We have a lot of morman missionaries in TOkyo, too. They always have really cool backpacks :D
Donny Osmond and another guy came home once, in London.
Many, many years ago when I was footloose and fancy free, I and my flight attendant roommates and friends used to date young, good-looking Mormon men, all pilots and airline personnel. During their own wild oats days, they really were Jack Mormons, but eventually they all returned to the fold and married Mormon girls. But, it was fun while it lasted!
... and marry 8 wives? I've got my hand full with one. hahahaha
I have run away from a few of those.
I was running with Steffe.
Handsome young men... I see them all the time.. they are the only young men on foot or bicycling with white shirts and ties...
To be seen as well over here.Please have a good new week.
I'm fine with Mormon visitors, but I run from Yehovah's Witnesses.
I admire they're dedication Leif.
No matter where they are in the world, they all look alike!!
I'm with Steffe and Randy and I agree with Bibi.
Britain (where I come from) is now a more and more secular society. You don't even see the Jehovah's Witnesses missionaries that once were around. I wonder how these two would fare in the UK?
Jerusalem has a whole Mormon university on Mt. Scopus.
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