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Discussion in 'Freemason's Lodge' started by ede, May 21, 2007.
ever heard this phrase before? i was asked it last week and had never heard it before.
I have heard that one before, along with how big is your dog
I understand it that it means the answer is supposed to be your lodge.
I have heard it a few times.
I heard one the other day, something about a dog with a red collar? Anyone heard this one? From a Brother from Mt. Airy, NC
Haven't heard the Grama deal but was exposed to the Dog thingy once.It's about this high =,had a yellow collar -,etc. tom.
My youngest grandma is about 120.
My Grandma is 19
"ain't none of your business how old my grandma is"
Remember Brothers, this is a mode of recognition, though not in the ritual. Nuff said.......
a point well made... thank you
Grandma is your Grand Lodge, your mother is your lodge. This is called Catchecism. Prince Hall usually uses this and other phases like what size shoe do you wear? But I did see a little dog with a red collar around his neck and he was about 3 inches high...
I know of the grandma thing but never heard of the little dog, could someone enLIGHTen me perhaps? If you don't want to put it here for obvious reasons, send it to my signature at gmail.com.
check your dueguard and find the dog thats about 3 inches high when you are finished throw the leash over your shoulder.