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Comments: Toddlers have been banned from practicing yoga in a Somerset church hall, because the activity is "unchristian" and promotes other spiritualities. The interesting image of toddlers doing yoga aside, at least one of you dove straight into the gutter:

Have you seen some of these yoga mums and the clothes they wear to do yoga in? Definitely not for kids but certainly MILF material.

Lloyd


Blah Blah Blah, obviously a fundamentalist etc.

Has it ever occurred to people that there is no 'Law given right' for someone to hire any hall for any purpose? If the hall is owned by the church it's up to the church to choose whether they want to rent it out and to whom.

All that aside, Kids Yoga? Are you having a laugh? Why the hell do kids need to do yoga? Damn hippies.

Anon


PraiseMoves: "The Christian ALTERNATIVE to Yoga"

No, really - it exists. :(

http://www.praisemoves.com/

Anon


Actually young kids doing yoga isn't as daft as it sounds. It helps them learn to relax, calm down and concentrate. It also teaches them to be gentle and not use their full strength for everything. My friend's wee boy takes one of these classes and it's probably the only hour in the week when he's not running around at full speed like a Tazmanian devil.

Dave Murray


My otherwise sane wife has the same problem with yoga... apparently you can't get to the higher levels of yoga without becoming buddist. Or Hindu. Or maybe rastafarian. One or other of them...

Apparently it's a kind of brainwashing where you start doing something fun and end up with religion. Comparisons to sunday school led to me sleeping on the sofa...

caffeine addict


An 18-year-old burglar somewhat foolishly personalised his exploits by writing his own name at the scene of his crime. The words "Peter Addison was here!" greeted surprised investigating officers, and this budding master criminal was swiftly cuffed. Cue a discussion of how best to punish the blighter:

In the words of Bugs Bunny, what a maroon.

Although, from an educational point of view, at least he was able to write his own name.

John Bayly


Just sometimes, I wish they'd bring back public humiliation as a form of punishment. Stick the fools in the stocks for people to laugh at. Anyone feel like starting a petition?

Lewa


Just sentence them to a) clean up their mess and b) help redecorate the place.

Not only will the Centre benefit, they might actually learn a useful skill that they can use in the future instead of imposing a meaningless fine they they'll either pay back at £5 a week or just ignore.

Graham Marsden


so instead of a DNA database they just give everyone in the UK a black marker pen

the Jim bloke


Genuis. It was the perfect double bluff... it's a crime they got caught... best regards Sherlock Holmes...

Anon

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