So every month we get a ward newsletter via email, right? Actually I have no memory of this ever happening before. Either they just started the ward newsletter, or I haven't bothered to open it in the past. Both are distinct possibilities.
Anyway, so in most singles' ward newsletters they have little "spotlights," yeah? And they are usually very thinly veiled personal ads, even if the person spotlit is a reluctant participant. I know because this happened to me when I was 19 and got interviewed for the first ever newsletter in my brand new ward. Me, Alli, Nancy and Hediyeh were all fresh out of the dorms and a little frightened of grown-ups, and the humiliating, dripping-with-innuendo spotlight they did of us didn't help our situation in the least. It ended up being one of the most embarrassing summaries of me and my roommates I have ever had the misfortune of reading. I can't remember all of it, but here are some tidbits:
"Elisa's perfect date would be watching the Simpsons while drinking chocolate soy milk in front of a fire (But don't worry boys, I'm sure she'll have some REAL milk for you, too. ;) )"
"Alli's perfect date would be 'something she's never done before.' What hasn't she done? Well, boys, I'll guess you'll have to ask ... "
"Nancy is a New York Princess!"
I'm sure Alli or Hed can supply me with other memories of that awful spotlight. We kept it on the fridge for the entire school year.
Anyway, so this one that I just read wasn't nearly as bad, but please tell me if you notice anything sort of ... funny. Click to enlarge!
See anything? Need some help? This is from the young woman's profile.
And then it goes on. Apparently the third thing she'd like to do is "Learn to count," huh? Ha!
But wait! Check THIS action out, this time for the girl's male counterpart:
Options for this discrepancy:
1. Somebody can't count.
2. Somebody can't edit.
3. I am an asshole.