I recently started a feature called, Facebook Fans Questions. And this was the first I posted. Boy, did it get a lot of responds. Below are some of the most interesting and entertaining comment by my social media family, beginning with my own.
Michael Baisden This question is from Albert Murray. Great question Albert! I can’t wait to read the responses! My question is just how dirty can Christians talk and still feel comfortable? I know some of you Christian folks can get raunchy! LOL
Valerie DiCristofaro James Well my question is can you scream “Oh God” or “God damn”?
Freda Turner: You never hide how you feel. You got to loosen up. I don’t think God or Jesus will hold back. Plus, it is not in the Bible, to tell you not to. You just never hold on back on how you feel. I know I’m not. I might just say hallelujah, it all good. Amen. 🤗🤗🤔🤔😀😀😅😅😍😍😋😋💯💯👌👌❤
Dorothy Wilder: Lol..funny everyone think that being a Christian means you’re perfect ..No one is perfect but God ..No one..all Christians mean is we believe the gospel of Jesus christ….So yes we can ..we are people who just believe in Jesus ..we are not perfect and not mother Teresa and she wasn’t perfect either .. lol..Lord
Ruth Naomi Boaz: I certainly do not use profanities, but I guess during sexual intercourse everybody’s different will act a certain way, but I believe as a believer we are to make a personal effort to keep Our mouth clean at all time. Regardless of our good whatever it is that we doing is, we shouldn’t be grieving the Holy Spirit. That’s My Opinion.
Lazzie Madison: LOLLLLL! We were born sinners, besides in the heat of the moment a few cuss words won’t hurt because God understands that u really didn’t mean to say those bad things because the devil made u do it😜😜U just unleashed that beast lurking inside ya…
Tasha Coleman: No one is thinking about whether they are a Christian or not during sex, they are concentrating on getting busy. If they are, the sex is horrible.
Charna Callwood: You would think Christian people weren’t human the way life speaks. We are not a separate species. When it’s all said and done we’re still just human. FYI. this is for free. If it’s in you, it will come out. It just takes different things to trigger that nerve whatever that may be.
Excuse any typos from the post. I wanted to keep the comments as raw as possible. I look forward to posting more questions and sharing the best responses.
Thanks to all of my social media family for engaging with me and each other every day!
Are You Allergic To Negative People? Read My Funny Story About How I Deal With Them.
I have issues with negative people! And there are some days where it feels like every negative person in the universe was put in my path to aggravate me. But unlike most people I have the luxury of working from home. That’s what’s great about writing; it’s a secluded occupation. But I remember the days of fighting rush-hour traffic on the Dan Ryan Expressway when I was growing up in Chicago, and that hellish bumper-to-bumper traffic on 405 in Los Angeles when I was shooting my TV show, “Talk or Walk.” I was so stressed by the time I arrived at the studio, I needed a hot stone massage and a pot of coffee just to decompress. “How do people do this every day?” I would say to myself. The show was eventually canceled, which was a sad day. I missed my crew and the incredible show guests. But I didn’t miss that damned traffic, let me tell you.
And driving back home was no better. You would think that people would be in a hurry to get home after work but the traffic would move even slower. Every day I would stress out running red lights rushing to get back to my quiet and serene apartment. Meanwhile, everyone was driving as if they were dreading making it home. My attitude is, if you’re not rushing to get home, you’re probably not in the right relationship.
Every day I make it my business to try to speak to everyone who crosses my path, at least the ones I make close eye contact with. Sometimes it can be a simple nod of the head; other times I’ll just blurt out, “Hello!” It shocks the hell out of people, too, especially when you do it on an elevator. Most people try to avoid making eye contact or speaking to you. That’s a challenge to me, so I’ll wait until everyone is on and the doors close, and then I’ll say, “Good morning!” real loud. Most of the time people are pleasant and will smile and respond back. But some people are grouchy no matter how polite you are. The sun could be shining bright on a beautiful spring day and they would have something negative to say.
By Michael Baisden
Excerpt from his book, Raise Your Hand If You Have Issues!
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Nice Guys and Churchwomen! Do Nice Guys Finish Last?
Many men can relate to the humiliating experiences associated with dating and the club scene. It is an environment where perpetrating and game playing is the norm. The nice guy is out of place in this setting where perpetrators rule.
He would be better off pursuing a meaningful relationship elsewhere. “But where is elsewhere?” The nice guys tell me they get burned no matter where they look. Some say the best place to meet a good woman is in church. But often times women in church are no different from women out of church, if not worse. Not only do you have to deal with the same level of materialism and promiscuity, but you have to tolerate the hypocrisy, too. Besides, I haven’t seen a shred of research that proves to me that women in church are classier, more responsible, or more appreciative of a good man.
Many of them raise hell all week at the club, drinking, smoking weed, gossiping, and yes, having premarital sex, then go to church speaking in tongues while giving the preacher ten percent of their salaries. Is it all in the name of God, or do they pray and pay to cover up their guilt?
The nice guy doesn’t care one way or the other; he simply wants a woman he can share his life with and treat like a lady. But where is she? And how many times does he have to get burned before he decides it’s time to change his game if he wants to stop getting burned?
The Bible speaks a lot about heaven and hell. But if you’re a decent man looking for a quality woman in America today, you’re already living in hell!
Excerpt from Never Satisfied: How And Why Men Cheat
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