Glad you could use the "roving mouse" technique. I patented it so I'll message you my paypal address for the $50 "technique user fee". Something else us "ol timers" (sounds mighty close to alzheimer's, there, DE!
) learned to do.
I would imagine those boys had a bit of laughter at the expense of those girls, but, not exactly the approach I would want to take. (If they saw me in my underwear they'd think I was in need of medical care and probably call 911 for me!
). I don't mind an interaction with the JWs. They are souls just as you and I are. There seems to always be a older one and a younger (either in age or learning) that gets out and comes to the door. I figure I might be able to plant a seed of curiosity or seeking in the mind of the younger one (the older one , too, maybe!) about my Christian faith. It is always a cordial affair. They usually ask me a question concerning my beliefs. I then state a few biblical facts of God with them which is diametrically opposite to their belief. There is no anger or aggravation present, though once I get through talking the older JW seems to be a touch uneasy as if he/she needs to carefully watch how the younger one (who usually does most of the talking) handles the remainder of the conversation. I simply view it as an opportunity. At the end of the conversation they predictably offer a pamphlet about the "kingdom". I then reach in my back pocket and pull out a pamphlet of "AN OPEN LETTER TO A JEHOVAH'S WITNESS
" (printed pamphlet
) and tell them if they will accept my pamphlet, then I'll take their's. Sadly, they never leave with a copy of my pamphlet. We then shake hands, wish each other a good day, and they leave. I admire and respect Jehovah Witnesses for their dedication, energy, and faithfulness to get out a visit people. If Christians shared the Gospel to the degree that the JWs their beliefs this world would be a much, much better place.
That's how I meet Jehovah Witness...and with clothes on.