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Utah partygoers'particularly goers going to the kind of party where people laugh and have fun, as opposed to a party where people just stand around looking cool'are excited about a recent discovery that has potential as a party game.

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To get it started, simply announce the discovery'that virtually any song containing the word “woman” can be made hilarious by replacing that word with “Mormon”'and then get ready for The Big Laffs as your guests outdo each other in a battle to come up with the funniest song.

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Here are some selections to get you started:

• “American Mormon”
t• “Girl, You’ll Be a Mormon Soon”
t• “I Am Mormon (Hear Me Roar)”
t• “When a Man Loves a Mormon

It’s fun! It’s inoffensive! And it’s guaranteed to provide you and your partygoing friends minutes of fun.