Good Guy Mr. Rogers. . MINISTER, NEVER ANYTHING IN m MOST MORAL [EWING Til SHIN!. Maybe its those same religious traits that allowed him to be the greatest good guy ever and to make his show the "most moral, caring TV show of [your] chil Good Guy Mr Rogers MINISTER NEVER ANYTHING IN m MOST MORAL [EWING Til SHIN! Maybe its those same religious traits that allowed him to be the greatest good guy ever and make his show "most moral caring TV of [your] chil
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#14 - justaredshirt
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Maybe its those same religious traits that allowed him to be the greatest good guy ever and to make his show the "most moral, caring TV show of [your] childhood."
#131 to #14 - fuckyosixtyminutes
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I cannot believe this ended up wtih a positive thumb count.
#15 to #14 - teranin [OP]
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unlikely, as religion is not intrinsically linked to morality. But, I did consider it, so thumb for you.
#83 to #15 - Slicernicer
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Not always, but to say that there are never morals linked with religion or certain perspectives on religion would be a bit stubborn.
#108 to #83 - pkrbarmoviea
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Of course, but read the Old Testament. The immorality of certain passages greatly outbalances what you could call "morally acceptable claims/advice/parables/etc.".
#115 to #108 - Slicernicer
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Except religious fundamentalism is a fairly modern thing, only emerging as a reaction to the enlightenment. Prior to that it was well understood that you didn't take everything literally.

I follow a religion that only observes the old testament, and the general consensus is don't take this stuff literally you have to figure out what it means.

If you talk to an evangelical on the other hand they may disagree, but I doubt even they would be stoning people.
#120 to #115 - pkrbarmoviea
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No, no. I understand and partially agree with what you are saying. But if I were to ask you what is the meaning of that passage where God advises the Israelites to break children skulls on rocks in order to amplify their victory, you probably could not really answer me on the terms you just pertained
#148 to #120 - ARRRGGGG
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Well, you see, the moral of that story is when you defeat someone (and this can be in anything from a decade long war to a simple game of chess) you should always slaughter them to a man, desecrate their corpses, burn and pillage their homes, and smash the skulls of their women and children to show how badly they got beat. Teabagging is also encouraged.
#165 to #148 - pkrbarmoviea
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That was hilarious!
#20 to #14 - anon id: f1767a7e
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idiot detected.
#21 to #14 - anon id: 60d79939
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Nah, religion doesn't make people nice. Biology makes people nice.
User avatar #197 to #21 - alexthebest
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I'm a biology student. I'm also an asshole.



Faggot.
#40 to #14 - partisan
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I can't say I agree. I think moral capacity is independent of religious stature. In any case take this thumb.
User avatar #97 to #14 - neoexdeath
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I dunno, I've seen some pretty ******** behaving Catholics and Mormons.
#110 to #97 - icefall
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I dunno, I've seen some pretty ******** behaving athiests.

Assholes will be assholes regardless their religion or lack of it.
#166 to #110 - dsgbiohazard
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Implying he compared it to Athiests.

Honestly, this entire FJ thread ******* blows. Sure, how nice he is probably is because he's a minister. But that isn't something that should be pointed out. Honestly, I don't think the content should even have gotten front page. It's as if everyone who thumbed it was like "HUR DUR THAT'S SO COOL, THE RELIGION GUY WAS A NICE PERSON."

so religion
much surprising
very minister







The pic is from 'Toradora!'.
User avatar #141 to #97 - danniegurl
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Catholics and Mormons are also very different religions.
User avatar #140 to #14 - hydraetis
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I didn't know Mr Rogers existed until High School.
User avatar #156 to #14 - animedudej
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i don't know... i've met people who are just as kind who either arent christian or dont have a religion
User avatar #190 to #14 - daentraya
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I believe that being a good person with already good morals is what makes a religious person a person with good morals, not the religious person being good because religious traits.
If he wasn't religious or got inspired by the good parts of the religion, i still think he would have turned out to be a good person
#88 to #14 - thefjgienni **User deleted account**
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could it also be possible that his good traits aren't just exclusive to religious people, and maybe that the show appealed to a wide audience both secular and religious people because can all agree on basic **** that makes us good people?
User avatar #22 to #14 - YllekNayr
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Even if it were, he had the courtesy to not alienate those with different views by actively espousing them on air.
#105 to #22 - pkrbarmoviea
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Espousing? Are you sure you know what that word means?
User avatar #171 to #105 - ViXi
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He was probably going for exposing (his religious views).
#274 to #171 - YllekNayr
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No, I meant espouse
User avatar #275 to #274 - ViXi
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Oh
#177 to #171 - pkrbarmoviea
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Oh... Wow, I'm stupid. Thank you.
User avatar #179 to #177 - ViXi
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No problem, it was a little confusing.
#1 - charpentier
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#25 to #1 - zzforrest
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Maybe you are being seen as racist and bigoted because you are racist and bigoted?
User avatar #33 to #25 - charpentier
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So, religion is more important and should be viewed as morally superior to cultural identity? What we don't like is how religion are given a free pass just because it's viewed has an untouchable subject. You don't choose your race, sex or sexual identity so being racist, sexist or homophobic is wrong but you choose your religion. You choose to believe in a god, you are not born that way.

Immigrants can come here and use the religion card to bypass laws but if we say "Hey, that's not fair to the rest (majority) of us.'' we are automatically viewed a racist. I don't dislike you because of your race or your religion, i dislike you because your are not willing to give this new culture you've established yourself in (willingly) a try and because if something in our culture offend you, we are the one who have to back down because, and once again, if we make a fuss about it, we are viewed as racist.

French canadians fought for decades to get rid of the oppressive nature of the catholic church. It was common, until my parents generation, for women to have 6,7,8 and even 11 to 12 children because they were pressured by priest to do so. All this was also happening while cases of priest raping children was rampant and silence was kept about it. We got fed up.

French canadian are not trying to pressure poeple to change religion, we just want them to respect the laws that are already in place. If you go take your picture taken at the dmv, you can't wear something on your head, may it be a religious symbol. If the street say no parking on mondays, religious holiday or not, you can't park there. If your synagogue faces a gym and you don't like to look at women working out, you glaze your own windows, you don't pressure the gym to glaze theirs.

We are just tired of those who uses their religion to do whatever the **** they want. We removed prayers in school and crucifix a while ago, and it's not to be replaced by another symbol. It's about secularism, not racism.
#219 to #33 - anon id: b6249413
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Lolz, pussy deleted his comment.

Typical butt-hurt, pathetic userfag.
User avatar #267 to #219 - charpentier
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Says the guy who don't log in.
User avatar #5 to #1 - deathklokiller
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the pq is trying to force an election they are smart marois is sadly not dumb
User avatar #34 to #1 - animalsslamina
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Just say you're sorry, eh?
User avatar #35 to #34 - charpentier
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Sorry for what?
User avatar #36 to #35 - animalsslamina
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incurring the red-thumbed wrath of the fj community
User avatar #37 to #36 - charpentier
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I'm not doing it for the thumbs.
User avatar #4 to #1 - godtherapist
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No you're not. The media is portraying it very even handed.
User avatar #74 to #1 - treepump
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Trying to restrict religion is just as bad as people who shove religion down your throat. Forcing people to hide what they believe in is what has sparked many wars and conflicts.
User avatar #75 to #74 - charpentier
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Yes. Exactly. That is exactly why we our trying to keep religion away from politic, because we know what it leads We can't make everybody happy but we can try to make things fair.
#3 to #1 - iamundecided
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Not only that, The Canadian federal government is gonna sew the province because the law goes against the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. A charter created under Trudeau, a native Qu├ębecois. Maybe they should focus on becoming their own country before creating laws that contradict federal ones.
Carry on living your life. That is what Canada is about.
Rant over. Stuck your red thumbs up my bum now. And if I enjoy it, maybe I'll marry you, regardless of gender. Because this is ******* Canada and I can do what I want.
#16 to #3 - rickmac
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*aboot
#18 to #3 - trollins
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They're going to sew a province.
#19 to #18 - iamundecided
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Tabarnac, usually I'm good with english, tonight isn't my night. Sue, sorry everyone... Might as well point out the stuck at the end while I'm at it. Should be stick.
#57 to #3 - Pyromie
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Sew them what? A Sweater?

Sue.
User avatar #58 to #57 - iamundecided
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Merci, [not sarcasm] I will most likely never ever make this mistake again...[not sarcasm]
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#38 to #3 - MythBuster
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don't let it happen Canada.. the US federal government sewed the states. twas a sad day...
#39 to #38 - iamundecided
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Haha, someone already made that joke.
User avatar #41 to #39 - MythBuster
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oops sorry mines funnier
#8 to #3 - arandomanon
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#10 to #8 - iamundecided
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Smartass.
I'm sorry for the name calling.
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I don't know why I saved this, but it will be useful one day.
#17 to #10 - arandomanon
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#62 to #3 - derfying
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User avatar #249 to #3 - angelious
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what did he say?
User avatar #68 to #3 - lieutenantderp
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I can't see anything
User avatar #71 to #68 - iamundecided
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An enlarged version can be found on comment #10 as a reply to comment #8.
#23 - ballstou
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Yeah... like i believe that.
#26 to #23 - Chupacabras
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He was actually teaching kids how to count with his fingers
User avatar #264 to #26 - luquaz
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i doubted you at first , but then this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xlow12sSdmc

chupacabras was right
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THAT WAS THE MOST ADORABLE THING EVER.
I wish I watched this as a kid!
User avatar #52 to #26 - LaBarata
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Where is pointer?
#69 to #52 - Chupacabras
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He was counting down the numbers to go with his fingers I believe, pinky=1, ring=2, middle=3, etc. He actually cracked up during this session, but the kids (probably) didn't get the joke.
#80 to #69 - tomahawkit **User deleted account**
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take this gif
take this gif
User avatar #70 to #69 - LaBarata
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I know. I was quoting the song.
#72 to #70 - Chupacabras
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Ah, my bad then. Still, enjoy the picture of Mr. Rodgers happily laughing away.
User avatar #73 to #72 - LaBarata
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Yeeeeah, he knew EXACTLY what was going on
#30 - mondprinzessin
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Mr. Rogers was so nice, that when his car was stollen, the thieves returned it to the spot they took it from and left an apology letter.
#7 - tredbear
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he was the nicest and my favorite persoon of any show when I was a kid.   
   
My favorite part was when he fed his fish.
he was the nicest and my favorite persoon of any show when I was a kid.

My favorite part was when he fed his fish.
#231 to #7 - ompalomper
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now imagen him looking at you and saying this after you did something bad
#100 - EllieMuffin
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I'm afraid I might start a downpour of rage and debate with this, but to be honest, basically the whole show was just that. Christianity is all about being a good person. Love your neighbor as yourself. He was advocating the core of religion without directly relating it. Pretty nice guy.

I know some people are going to be like "BUT CHRISTIANS ARE ALL ASSHOLESRALEFLKW#AFOMDLKVNSKNEIFNEK" or something. Those people are called...
Assholes. The fact that they call themselves Christian, whether they honestly are or not, doesn't really mean anything except that their state is rather ironic.
User avatar #116 to #100 - warioteam
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OH GOD DONT RUIN HOBBES WITH OUR MASCOTING ********
User avatar #117 to #116 - warioteam
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YOUR*
#109 to #100 - pkrbarmoviea
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But what if someone could argue that religion is actually bad in its center core, perhaps even argue that religion "poisons everything"?
#111 to #109 - EllieMuffin
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Well, here's the thing. Someone could, but it would quite simply be false. The religion I'm referring to, at least, only intends good. That's not an opinion, it's quite simply a fact provided by the religious concepts and texts. It's people interpreting it in extreme ways that make it end up seeming bad. All sorts of wonderfully terrible stuff stemmed from people with lots of influence interpreting something completely incorrectly.
#112 to #111 - pkrbarmoviea
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You just said its intent was "good", and then you said that people interpreting it in extreme ways make it seem bad. I will simply assume that what you mean by "seeming bad" is something alike crashing a plane in the World Trade Center. The only thing I need now is that you relate religion's intent (good) to crashing a plane in a Federal building.

I'm not trying to be an asshole, I'm really not; but I think that no one needs religion to be/become "good", because this judgement in and of itself is entirely based on everyone's subjective notions of morality (not to say that subjectivity is not alike in almost every sane individual).
#119 to #112 - anon id: c43ed75c
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Religion was intended for good and for "salvation" and all that but that's a story for another time.

I think what they were trying to get at is religion did teach the "love thy neighbor" thing, but then you get extreme people doing extreme stuff like the Westboro Baptist and the extreme Muslims who crashed two planes into the World Trade Center.

You get extremists in every group and there's nothing anyone can do about that. They make the rest of us look bad and don't realize that what they're doing contradictions what many "religious groups" for lack of a better term, teach.
#121 to #119 - pkrbarmoviea
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But you cannot claim religion to have a good core if pushing their ideology to an extreme causes death and terror.
#129 to #121 - EllieMuffin
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The religion itself is good. However, the way certain people interpret it into their actions may not be. People will always have issues with other people and try to find a medium to channel those issues into drastic action. Religion is often misused as that medium. It doesn't say anywhere in the bible or in any other religious text (I assume), "And he whom you do not like must be smitten by a great metal bird of fire." or anything. Things like that aren't the religion. It's the radicals that warp it.

It's been nice talking, and I mean no disrespect by dropping out like this, but I should get to sleep. 'Night, pkrbarmoviea, as well as the entirety of FJ.
#133 to #129 - pkrbarmoviea
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Good night to you too.
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Christianity has two halves, and therefore two different types of followers. You have the "love and forgiveness" new testament, which people like Mr. Rogers follow, and the "fire and brimstone" old testament, which is what assholes follow.
User avatar #150 to #100 - aldheim
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By the same vein of christian assholes just being assholes, a christian nice guy can just be a nice guy.
User avatar #102 to #100 - actinglead
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well... he was teaching to be nice to everyone. Which is what Christianity teaches. and he may of been doing it because of his faith. But it is a message for everyone that is true. No matter what religion you are. The idea of this post was more of he may of taught christian morals. but they should be world morals...

and i think this even though I personally am not Christian.
#103 to #102 - EllieMuffin
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Indeed.
Indeed.
User avatar #113 - thetom
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yea but we're from the internet, we all saw the ultimate showdown...... he's a murderous ******* lunatic....
#125 to #113 - justanotherzombie
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And if you've been the ****** part of the internet you've seen the ultimate orgy.
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'This is the ultimate orgy, of homosexuality. Good guys and bad guys with dildos.'

Yeah, I've seen it.
User avatar #139 to #113 - Crusader
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Or he was like Katniss in Hunger Games, trying their best to avoid people and only killing near the end.
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You spelled "Ultimate Crusading Neighbor of Justice" wrong.
User avatar #28 - mrfourtysevenman
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im a christian
i might say bless you as you are leaving but im not all like
GOD SHALL NOT STAND FOR YOUR TYRANNY BLASPHEMOUS SINNER!
as people think i am for some reason
User avatar #31 to #28 - demandsgayversion
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Do you have the authority to bless people? I'm a minister, and I override all your blessings, as they were counterfeit. Hand in your religion card, please.
#49 to #31 - LaBarata
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I, too, am a minister, and I override your override.
User avatar #51 to #49 - demandsgayversion
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Seeing as the only way to resolve our difference would be a rap battle, and I can't rap, I'll let you win this one.
#54 to #51 - LaBarata
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Indeed.
#59 to #54 - demandsgayversion
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I never payed for the actual certificate, so I just kept this
User avatar #60 to #59 - LaBarata
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It was worth it just to see the WHAT THE **** on people's faces xD
User avatar #61 to #60 - demandsgayversion
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I thought it would be cool to do my siblings' weddings, but they don't want me to because I'm atheist. Apparently that's more important than family.
User avatar #64 to #61 - LaBarata
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One of the reasons I did it was so that I could officiate a friend of mine's wedding, because the place they were originally going to do it wouldn't do a same sex wedding (In Canada, it's legal here).

I got into a brawl with the homophobic father of one of the grooms, who decided to crash the wedding. I headbutted him midsentence, but made it impossible to tell from the angle.

It was glorious.
User avatar #65 to #64 - demandsgayversion
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That's awesome.
User avatar #66 to #65 - LaBarata
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The best part was going over the pictures with others after the fact. Just imagine the following in an adorably campy gay voice.

"And this is us in our suuuits!"
"Awww!"
"And this is us on the altaaar."
"Oh, you look so great together!"
"And this is the minister lamping my dad in the faaaace."
"Aww- wait, WHAT?!"
#96 to #31 - neoexdeath
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I AM A MINISTER. PLEASE LINE UP ALL YOUR UNDERAGE BOYS IN A SINGLE FILE LINE, AND HAND IN YOUR CHECKS FOR INDULGENCES. FURTHERMORE, I COUNTER BOTH OF YOUR BLESSINGS, BECAUSE **** YOU, THAT'S WHY!
I AM A MINISTER. PLEASE LINE UP ALL YOUR UNDERAGE BOYS IN A SINGLE FILE LINE, AND HAND IN YOUR CHECKS FOR INDULGENCES. FURTHERMORE, I COUNTER BOTH OF YOUR BLESSINGS, BECAUSE **** YOU, THAT'S WHY!
User avatar #134 to #96 - demandsgayversion
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A minister isn't a priest, two different things. We like our boys nice and legal.
User avatar #135 to #134 - neoexdeath
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I know, hence why there's Epic Fail Guy up there.
User avatar #136 to #135 - demandsgayversion
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You didn't make it obvious enough. There's a fine line between idiot and comedic genius.
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**chittywok rolls 99**
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#76 to #50 - chittywok **User deleted account**
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**** dude you just reminded me i rolled doubles for the first time today. thank you so much i want you to have this
#67 - deathrinder
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#232 to #67 - thesinful
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The most devastating insult of all time.
User avatar #95 to #67 - myllamaispurple
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what have i done with my life
User avatar #78 to #67 - AceofHearts
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Guilt just flowed through my entire body as I read that.