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Lol. I always thought the H stood for Holy. I often shout "Jesus Holy Christ" when annoyed about something.
It just goes to show, you learn something new every day!
Give quiche a chance.
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lewist wrote: Someone once told me Americans have to have a middle initial at least if not a name. I suppose it makes him sound American. Herbie seems as likely as anything else.
But I thought everyone knew that God, and therefore his son, was a white, straight, male, anglo-saxon American so it stands to reason he had a middle name. I'm only surprised he wasn't III or IV as well.
True lovers of knowledge are temperate and brave...
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'god willing' is also the most common Islamic phrase, sounding thus - inshallah
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Isn't it 'Harold'?
Our Father, who art in Heaven,
Harold be thy name...
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"And lead us not into temptation...."
Like he did to poor Adam
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Another vote here for John 11:35.
But usually in the slightly extended form-
John 11 [ empty intensifier] 35.