1a. Updated comment: "I'd better put these books away because they're pretty hinky."
1b. Definition: http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/hinky
2. Her statement: "Mumbling is very rude."
2a. My response: "What? Why is that?"
2b. My updated response: "I thought mumbling a BAD comment was very rude. What if I mumble something neutral or positive? Why is that still rude?"
3. Her question: "How old are you?" (after Easter dinner)
3a. My response: (drawn-out conversation about how and why I hate to tell my age, before dragging it out at last.)
3b. "Oh, I'll be more than happy to tell you if you're my Facebook friend again!"
4. Me: "___ _________ ____ _____ _____ _ _________ ___ (casual form thereof) ____ ___ _ __ ________."
4a. Her interjection: "(official first name)!"
4b. (feels belittled from being told to call her "(official first name)" while other friends can call her "(casual form thereof).")
4c. Updated response: "For as long as you want me to call you "(official first name)," how about you call me 'Tanaka?'"
5. Telling to (official first name): "Please feel free to point out any social mistake I make right when I make it."
5a. Updated request: "Please feel free to point out any social mistake I make right when I make it, but expect me to defend myself if you sound too rude."
6. (To be determined...)
Things to clear up with them
1. In the Fall of '08 (my first semester at Institute,) whenever I missed a service (typically from oversleeping,) the pair of missionaries would come visit my apartment at 5:00 that afternoon to check if I'm okay.
That's why I told Dillon Roark that I couldn't just stop and start attending another church, and that it was therefore, hard to leave the LDS. (You later cleared it up in a message by explaining how easy it was to leave.)
2. (To be added...)