Y’all ladies cooking crockpot chili with the door locked.
They’ve took prayers out of school and our girls get themselves pregnant and then this ACLU crowd wants us to teach kids how to avoid the consequences with what they call sex ed.
After the opening prayer—which they’d gone to court to preserve—Edna Grund gaveled the meeting of the Lulanocca City Council to order. She liked the feel of the gavel in her hand, partly because she’d worked so hard to hold onto it against the constant backstabbing of Adam Guise, Valva Chiffron, and Dawn Childers. Edna called them the Gang of Three.
Adam Guise simply didn’t think a woman should be running anything and stood on firm Scriptural ground: “For I suffer not a woman to teach,” he recited. “Gospel of St Paul,” he’d always add, squinching his eyes and stiffening his back so that his chest and belly puffed forward like a strutting gamecock.
Valva Chiffron was a Chiffron, and as the locals always said, “Chiffron is as Chiffron …