So, whats your favourite mythological story?
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10-04-2014, 11:23 AM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
A thousand years from now once the world is perfect…some asshole will find Tolkiens books and actually think it happened. Someone should write in it and say "THIS SHIT NEVER HAPPENED"… But even then, if anybody points it out they will reply "you're taking it out of context".

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10-04-2014, 11:48 AM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
(10-04-2014 11:23 AM)Just Another Atheist Wrote:  A thousand years from now once the world is perfect…some asshole will find Tolkiens books and actually think it happened. Someone should write in it and say "THIS SHIT NEVER HAPPENED"… But even then, if anybody points it out they will reply "you're taking it out of context".

There will be different denominations, one will follow the books, other the movies, other the cartoons... it will be majestic as fuck Hobo

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10-04-2014, 09:44 PM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
(10-04-2014 11:48 AM)nach_in Wrote:  
(10-04-2014 11:23 AM)Just Another Atheist Wrote:  A thousand years from now once the world is perfect…some asshole will find Tolkiens books and actually think it happened. Someone should write in it and say "THIS SHIT NEVER HAPPENED"… But even then, if anybody points it out they will reply "you're taking it out of context".

There will be different denominations, one will follow the books, other the movies, other the cartoons... it will be majestic as fuck Hobo

Can we PLEASE make sure that we make sure the stories and books we make up that pretend to be based on a true story for literary purposes do NOT end up being taken seriously. We should warn the future.

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11-04-2014, 02:39 AM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
(10-04-2014 11:23 AM)Just Another Atheist Wrote:  A thousand years from now once the world is perfect…some asshole will find Tolkiens books and actually think it happened. Someone should write in it and say "THIS SHIT NEVER HAPPENED"… But even then, if anybody points it out they will reply "you're taking it out of context".

This is actually happening already. Maybe not entirely based on Tolkien, but those otherkin dumbasses are something!

There are many places like this where you can find stuff like

Quote:You say that Tolkien is fiction, not history. I do not totally agree. Whereas Tolkien did indeed publish his books as fiction works, does this mean that we must rule out the possiblity that Tolkien might have been someone who had been awakened for some great length of time, and maybe the inspiration for the works he put forth may have been his memories of various past lives.

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11-04-2014, 10:54 AM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
(11-04-2014 02:39 AM)undergroundp Wrote:  
(10-04-2014 11:23 AM)Just Another Atheist Wrote:  A thousand years from now once the world is perfect…some asshole will find Tolkiens books and actually think it happened. Someone should write in it and say "THIS SHIT NEVER HAPPENED"… But even then, if anybody points it out they will reply "you're taking it out of context".

This is actually happening already. Maybe not entirely based on Tolkien, but those otherkin dumbasses are something!

There are many places like this where you can find stuff like

Quote:You say that Tolkien is fiction, not history. I do not totally agree. Whereas Tolkien did indeed publish his books as fiction works, does this mean that we must rule out the possiblity that Tolkien might have been someone who had been awakened for some great length of time, and maybe the inspiration for the works he put forth may have been his memories of various past lives.

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11-04-2014, 11:04 AM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
The myth of Rome's beginnings: Romulus and Remus

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11-04-2014, 12:25 PM
RE: So, whats your favourite mythological story?
I like Douglas Adams.
(It technically is a myth because it explains something.)
If anyone doesn't know already, Adams made the Answer to life, the universe, and everything to express that it would be a stupid and never ending task to find out the answer of life, and it would sure have a ridicolous outcome.

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