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Monks defrocked after drinks party in the woods

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Never worn a frock myself.

Reminds of the American lady who asked the Scotsman, is anything worn under your kilt?  Nah, he replied, it'a all working just fine, put your hand up and check. She does and exclaims my god that's gruesome, put it back he says, it's grew some more.

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Just a case of high spirits 

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A nonsense post has been removed as well as a reply. 

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Disgraceful.

These/those kinds of despicable individuals have no respect or dignity, which sadly seems common place in this plus many other countries.


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And the Benedictine Monks never drank anything,religious beliefs are rather embarrassing to the Thinking Classes.🤠


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ID: 21   Posted (edited)

10 hours ago, rkidlad said:

Monks drinking or having sex with consenting adults - couldn't care less. 

 

Monks having sex with minors and stealing from the public - these are the monks police should be monitoring and investigating. 

 

Buddhism has a special place in society... this society.... and boozing yourself up is more than just not being 100% "monk like".   

 

Edited by maewang99

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1 minute ago, maewang99 said:

 

it's one thing for schools and universities to be fake.   who cares.  but Buddhism has a special place in Thai society... and boozing yourself up is more than just not being "monk like".  it's a bit more than that. 




 

Yes. Most people don't follow the rhetoric and use it as a good luck charm in the quest for fortune and fame. 

 

To paraphrase JFK "Ask not what you can do for your religion - but what your religion can do for you"

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Well they are human? No second chance? Sounds harsh penalty or sending a message to the clergy.

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If you go down to the woods today,you're sure of a big surprize.

defrocked,off to next temple,join again,no problem.

regards worgeordie

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Why blur out their identities ? They should be exposed and named and shamed 

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2 minutes ago, worgeordie said:

If you go down to the woods today,you're sure of a big surprize.

defrocked,off to next temple,join again,no problem.

regards worgeordie

Maybe this is the group that were caught and defrocked last year. That group vowed to move to another temple and keep drinking 

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Way too many monks in Thailand, but they're needed to make up the numbers required for ceremonies: 9 for homes, 10 for funerals etc. At the way too many ceremonies I've been to I'd say the general formula is (Starting from the furthest left monk): Head monk(knows his shit, might even believe his shit), devoted monk, devoted monk, trying hard/no options, scumbag, scumbag, drug dealer, gangster, gangster, drug user. >_>

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On 2017/4/21 at 7:16 AM, overherebc said:

Never worn a frock myself.

Reminds of the American lady who asked the Scotsman, is anything worn under your kilt?  Nah, he replied, it'a all working just fine, put your hand up and check. She does and exclaims my god that's gruesome, put it back he says, it's grew some more.

😆😆😆

 the Scotsman said, "This American lady sucks"

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