“I made the most legit gingerbread house yesterday you’ll probably ever see.”
Hey, hey!!! (Sorry, I love MC Hammer. 2 Legit.)
My home teacher — the one who talks about the prophet’s mantelpiece? — he says legit all the time.
Good thing! I had been worried for weeks now that her gingerbread houses were shady, under-the-counter deals staffed by illegal aliens. It’s so relieving to know that they’re actually legit.
She went on to describe how she’d used melted sugar to glue the walls together, and sugar panes for the windows. And said that it had taken her all day, which led to the confession that she hadn’t gone to church, which led her friend to confess that she had also missed church yesterday. A very legit conversation. 🙂
Hahaha. I hate when my gingerbread houses come out all illegitimate. That’s the worst.
I think you mean illegit.
Yes, nobody likes a bastard gingerbread house.
I love an honest gingerbread house.
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