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10-07-2012, 05:48 PM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
I can't make my disbelief all that funny >.> A lot of what I did was just depressing.

I believed that the world must have been made for some purpose which seemed to be understood by most, but since I knew they were wrong I thought that part of being succesful was being able to lie to yourself (wait that's pretty true...).

I was kind of invested in auras and chakras though I had no backing it was my own thought which I later figured out how to describe easier. My main thought on how real it was had to do with the adrenaline rush that created events where time moves slower according to your brain.

I had the morbid disgust at the fact that I was rather incapable of causing myself serious harm. I tried many activities that I knew were dangerous and rarely even got a scrape.

I still think I'm a cat and it's not silly =p

I'm not a non believer, I believe in the possibility of anything. I just don't let the actuality of something be determined by a 3rd party.
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11-07-2012, 01:25 AM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
I was, at one point, a young earth creationist. I actually believed evolutionists literally believed that cats gave birth to dogs and such. Also, I thought women who had abortions should be executed - never mind that Canada ended the death penalty before I was born.
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11-07-2012, 01:34 AM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
cheapthrillseaker, you got me when it was about anthems Wink

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16-07-2012, 06:31 PM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
I was a muslim
1. I believed I would be resurrected on the day of resurrection.
2.I believe an angel had been sent down to an arab man when he was all by himself alone in the desert to give him the immortal words.
3. I believed that pre marital sex and wine were sins against god
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27-07-2012, 12:43 AM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
What I've read so far does not sound fun... It looks more like traumatic memories
waiting to be set off by some random, emotional event.

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27-07-2012, 02:27 PM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
This is more like a "Guess my religion" game.

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08-08-2012, 11:22 PM
RE: Make fun of your ex-faith
(09-07-2012 03:23 PM)cheapthrillseaker Wrote:  I believed...
I was going to live on paradise earth forever and ever and ever and... 0_o
Knocking on doors made me Superman
A woman's rights was 'right this way!'
The founder of my religion was a man who was right with God
My god had a name that was barely even used anymore
Catholics were the only ones who were close enough to my way of thinking, but still completely off the ball
Playing sports was a bad thing
You should lose your virginity after being married
I'd ridden myself of all pagan beliefs
Armageddon was a GOOD thing
The Earth was only 4000 years old
National Anthems where a time where I had to sit down for my beliefs
Pursuing a career was pointless
Disney was the shit at 14 (not the Pixar collaborative stuff)
Dating was outlawed
Hanging out with anyone outside my religion was a bad thing
Getting the crap beaten out of you by your folks was normal
Masturbation was a sin but no dead relatives were there to see you do it
Ghosts didn't exist, but did in the bible, and they were a dying breed

Look, this could go on and on... I'm gonna take a break now.

CTS

Dammit, Cheap took all mine! Tongue

Wait, I think I can add a few more!

Holidays and birthdays are immortal pagan practices.
Only 144,000 go to Heaven; regular folks stay on Earth and get resurrected (although, I think Cheap kinda said that).
Fantasy novels and comic books are Satanic.
You shun your friends and family if they're disfellowshipped.
Going to college was a waste of time.
Getting married isn't particularly recommended.
Having children is highly discouraged.
So on and so on....

I happen to be wearing my Sparlock the Warrior Wizard tee shirt as I type this, funny enough! Big Grin
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