Date: August 06, 2019 04:02AM
I recently spent some time with my sister's family. Apparently they all went to some kind of "Meet the Mormons" event a few years ago and bought "meet the Mormons" t-shirts for everyone in the family as souvenirs.
Most of sister's family seems to find the t-shirts really comfortable to put on when they're relaxing around the house because it seemed like someone in the family was always wearing one around the house.
Other than that, they seem to be trying to diligently comply with the Nelson's jihad against the Mormon nickname.
I wanted to be polite, so I didn't say anything about the t-shirts while I was visiting. (But I couldn't help but find it hilarious whenever I saw one of them being worn.)
They seem to be oblivious to the irony of gushing about their admiration for Nelson the Prophet while wearing worn out "Meet the Mormons" t-shirts. I suspect that the words on their t-shirts don't even register in their conscious minds at this point.
Just one of those weird things that you can experience when you have TBM relatives.