Some people are very bossy and like to tell others what to do, but don’t want to soil their own hands. Too many chiefs and not enough Indians
They are called "Dick Taters" .
Some people never seem motivated to participate, but are just content to watch while others do the work. They are called "Speck Taters".
Some people never do anything to help, but are gifted at finding fault with the way others do the work. They are called "Comment Taters".
Some people are always looking to cause problems by asking others to agree with them. It is too hot or too cold, too sour or too sweet.
The Preaching is too loud and long. Services are to long etc.
They are called "Agie Taters".
There are those who say they will help, but somehow just never get around to actually doing the promised help. They give lip service to the Kingdom of God and the Church. They are called "Hezzie Taters".
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