10.) A lack of dance skills is actually looked upon favorably.
These dance moves by Adventists I have seen done, yes.
9.) Wearing long skirts means you hardly have to shave your legs.
8.) We can be proud (um, humbly grateful) of the Adventist connection to delicious veggie meats that can be eaten straight from the can/box.
Big Franks. Stripples. Little Links/Saucettes. What’s not to love?
7.) Abstaining from alcohol saves you a lot of money and empty calories.
Added bonus: You never have to worry about beer goggles.
6.) Anywhere you go in the world, there are only 2 degrees of separation among Adventists.
You can find an Adventist church in almost every country, and it’s almost guaranteed that someone there is going to know someone you know. It’s like being in a giant family! (Note: this item also makes it onto the list of “Worst Things About Being An Adventist” as word of activities you’d rather keep secret can quickly spread.)
5.) Going on a student missionary year not only makes you really cool in Adventist circles, but also provides a chance to travel, exposes you to new cultures, broadens your mind and delays entrance into the real world.
4.) Not buying earrings/necklaces/rings/bracelets allows you to save up for that really nice watch and car.
3.) Keeping the Sabbath gives you a good excuse not to go to your co-worker’s lame party on Friday night (but gives you extra incentive to party HARD on Saturday night).
2.) Biblically, we kick butt. And so do our elderly.
1.) Taking a nap on Saturday afternoon is not only an approved activity, it’s almost a requirement.