weird kid story

Discussion in 'Christianity' started by cerridwen, May 24, 2004.

  1. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    When I was a kid, taking religion class, the teacher told me to never spell the word 'Christmas' as 'Xmas' because the letter x was Jesus' tilted cross, and it makes Him angry when you write things that blasfemely.

  2. Smudge

    Smudge Member

    reminds me of another thread somewhere :D

    (x marks the spot if you haven't seen it)
  3. fractalated

    fractalated Member

    heh - reminds me of bill hicks..

    .."if Jesus ever came back the last f'king thing he'd want to see is a cross. it's like wearing a rifle pendant to remember kenedy"
  4. Brocktoon

    Brocktoon Banned

    Well... I don't particularly care for Crucifixes because they dont tell us the whole story.

    The Cross... thats different because .. notice there is nobody on it anymore.
  5. Fractual_

    Fractual_ cosmos factory

    just goes to show how how uptight some christians are....
  6. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    that's pretty true... and kinda funny!
  7. Epiphany

    Epiphany Copacetic

    Actually, everytime someone sins without repentance, Jesus is reminded of the cross.
  8. FreakyJoeMan

    FreakyJoeMan 100% Batshit Insane

    "If Jesus lived today, we'd all be wearing little electric chairs around our necks."- Lenny Bruce, one of my motherfuckin heros. :D
  9. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches


    There was another time... well, my brother and I were very young atm, and an altar boy was lighting candles before mass started, and my brother started singing happy birthday.... now that was funny.
  10. BlackGuardXIII

    BlackGuardXIII fera festiva

    funny guy, I listened to a cd of his act once, and it was hilarious, very disturbed, but hilarious.
  11. cerridwen

    cerridwen in stitches

    lol... yea he's always funny...
  12. authority?

    authority? Member

    i agree but i don't see where that comment comes from?
  13. roly

    roly Senior Member


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