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Donuts are delicious!

A girl was heard asking on the Timpanogos Cave tour, “Does Utah have any caves that are underground?”

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  • 7 white horses fell in a mud puddle.
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  • They took a bath.

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A Rameumptom is a high tower that the people would pray from, by saying “Thank you God for making us so much better than everybody else.” Then they would go home and not think about God for another week when they would return and climb back up the tower.

Book of Mormon | Alma 31:18 - 25

18 And again we thank thee, O God, that we are a chosen and a holy people. Amen.
19 Now it came to pass that after Alma and his brethren and his sons had heard these prayers, they were astonished beyond all measure.
20 For behold, every man did go forth and offer up these same prayers.
21 Now the place was called by them Rameumptom, which, being interpreted, is the holy stand.
22 Now, from this stand they did offer up, every man, the selfsame prayer unto God, thanking their God that they were chosen of him, and that he did not lead them away after the tradition of their brethren, and that their hearts were not stolen away to believe in things to come, which they knew nothing about.
23 Now, after the people had all offered up thanks after this manner, they returned to their homes, never speaking of their God again until they had assembled themselves together again to the holy stand, to offer up thanks after their manner.
24 Now when Alma saw this his heart was grieved; for he saw that they were a wicked and a perverse people; yea, he saw that their hearts were set upon gold, and upon silver, and upon all manner of fine goods.
25 Yea, and he also saw that their hearts were lifted up unto great boasting, in their pride.

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