Sure-Fire Ways to identify a Member in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Gaydar is that the ability of LGBT’s to intuitively recognize each other. Mormons seem to possess the same instinct (of detecting other Mormons, not homosexuals. Although gay members may have both powers. They’re like superheroes).
Member Radar, Member-Dar, and Mo-Dar are differing terms that describe this skill.
My Member-Dar seems to be pretty dang spot on.
I’m just about sure after I realized I had it.
And it’s developed into a well-oiled machine of discerning efficiency.
Unlike Gaydar, Mo-Dar can not be purchased with money.
But don’t worry, here are some recommendations on developing your own clairvoyance connection to the hypostasis.
Vocabulary – We use odd phrases in everyday language like “fiber of my being,” “nourish and strengthen”, “tender mercies,” etc.
We’ll drop “the Adversary” like he’s a man that lives down the road.
Don’t forget substitute swear words (SSWs) like fetch, flip, shoot, crap, gosh, geez, dang, darn, and heck, to call just some.
Acronyms galore: SSWs, CTR, BOM, BOA, TBM, NOM, DH (this one contains a dual meaning), MMM (also dual–crap!).
Tips or Moves to use:
–Phrase-drop: Use phrases like “Zion”, “Funeral Potatoes”, “Studio C”, “Doctor Who”, “BYU”, “CTR”, “Jello Salad”, or “Temple Square”, even “Called to serve”.
Wanna get a true reaction?
Slide the easy name “Jeffery R Holland” into a conversation.
Yeah…that’ll turn some heads.