5th January 2011

“Coming out as an agnostic was a slightly bigger deal in my family than coming out as gay but neither caused as much drama as coming out as a vegetarian.”


8 Responses to “5th January 2011”

  1. CaptainZero Says:

    A gay agnostic vegetarian? Candidate for Anti-Christ?

  2. Jezebel Says:

    I love it. Brings back memories of my own ‘coming out’ – first as a Catholic convert, then a nun, then an ex-nun, then gay, then atheist, then vegetarian. My poor mother still hasn’t recovered from the first one, let alone everything since!!!!

  3. GreatEighthSin Says:

    Lol, a little tongue-in-cheek satire. Nice touch.

  4. PEB Says:

    It does make you wonder though what else the Bible might have said and how people would take this literally today.
    Perhaps “Thou shall not eat broccoli during the month of March” or “Womens breasts should be referred to as ‘The devils dumplings!'”

    It could have made life much more entertaining today (not to mention boost the sales of black market broccoli in March).

    Perhaps wars would be waged between ‘The devils dumplings’ Christian factions and the ‘Lady lumps’ converts?

    It also makes me wonder why I’m at work thinking about breasts and broccoli?

  5. Atheist MC Says:

    @PEB have you read leviticus??

  6. Edmond Says:

    We oughtta give a good old-fashioned public stoning to anyone who comes out as Anonymous.

    “Anon.” is just another way to say “No one actually said this, it’s NOT a quote.”

    It might make for a good DISCUSSION, but then the site should be the Atheist DOTD, not QOTD. Are good, CITED atheist quotations so hard to find that we have to INVENT them here?

  7. Doubting Thomas Says:

    I can top all these – I’M A OSMONDS FAN !!!

  8. Admin Says:

    Doubting Thomas: “I’M A OSMONDS FAN !!!”

    Consider yourself banned!