I was reading through a Tribe.net discussion on the use of the word “Gypsy”, and found the following ads. Note the one for Mormon Underwear. Heh. underwear_google.png

Kim (Ceffyl)

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Ceffyl Aedui · August 6, 2007 at 08:23

Oh. My. There actually is a thing called Mormon UnderwearWikipedia entry on Mormon underwear:

Temple garment

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In some denominations of the Latter Day Saint movement, the temple garment (or the Garment of the Holy Priesthood, or informally, the garment or garments) is a set of sacred underclothing worn by adult adherents who have taken part in a ritual ceremony known as washing and anointing ordinance, usually in a temple as part of the Endowment ceremony. In modern times, the temple garment is worn primarily by members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) along with several small religious groups who separated from the LDS Church. Adherents consider them to be sacred and may be offended by public discussion of the garments. Anti-Mormon activists have publicly displayed or defaced temple garments to show their opposition to the LDS Church.

The garment is thought to symbolize the “coats of skins” which Jehovah (Yahweh) made for Adam and Eve before casting them out of the Garden of Eden (Genesis 3:21). It is worn, in part, to remind adherents that they have made special oaths and covenants to God. Members of the LDS Church today are commonly clothed in the garments, together with outer temple clothing, for burial. The garment is believed to be a spiritual “shield and protection” against the powers of evil (and against physical harm, according to some adherents).

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