Wednesday, July 30, 2008

UMC School Gets Top Ranking in List of Party Schools

Congratulations to Randolph-Macon College, a United Methodist-affiliated who claimed the #6 position in the Princeton Review's list of top party schools in the country.

Really, the University Senate should evaluate and rank UMC seminaries based on party-ness.

Now, your homework assignment, dear readers: devise a drinking game appropriate for United Methodists.

6 comments:

Ontario Emperor said...

Back in the late 1980s, when I was a member of the United Methodist Church in Upland, California, I helped to conceive a series of skits for a church talent show. The skits intended to skewer the rampant commercialism in the church.

My contribution to the series was a Bartles & Jaymes ripoff called "Wesleyan Wine Coolers." The pastors, who were a little more sensitive to Methodist history than I was, persuaded me to change it to "Wesleyan Church Punch Mix" instead.

(The highlight, however, was the guy who walked on stage wearing John Wesley Jeans, with a big "JW" on the back.)

Ontario Emperor said...

PS: I actually did *my* undergrad at Reed College, which has its own special place in the Princeton Review (it's usually the least religious school).

Anonymous said...

1. Every time you hear the pastor saying "just" in a prayer, take one shot of unfermented juice of the grape.

This is not going to be much fun, as drinking games go.

jimmorrow said...

Whenever an open heart, mind, or door closes--throw one back.

eh. that was lame.

I'll try harder when I get back to the states....

the reverend mommy said...

Open hearts, open minds, open containers.

Brett said...

On Sunday mornings, pretend you don't.