I`m Wearing This To The Next Rapture [Pic]

Submitted by: Kim... 5 years ago in Misc

A little preachy, but still very stylish.
There are 68 comments:
Male 5,413
What`s that on her neck?
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Male 359
Just sort of dumb.
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Female 4,086
i like the outfit, except for the shoes. and would wear it if it came in my size, even though living in the bible belt i would get ten kinds of hell for it.

have to agree with insanmonster. i`m an atheist but i respect other people`s religions. and they should respect my choice of not having one. however it seems that no matter where i live i have to be extra careful in not disclosing my atheism to anyone other than very close friends. either people want to argue with me or want to convert me, even though i am interested in neither.
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Female 158
Nice shoes!
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Male 291
Alright, let me give my two cents on this convo. I am an atheist, so if you want take my words with a grain of salt but I think I make an important point. The founding fathers WERE secular and all of the BS that SOME (I cannot emphasize that more) christians spout is ridiculous, this is not and will hopefully never be a Christian nation. (USA) I would also point out that I am not necessarily against religion, I have some friends that probably wouldn`t be alive today without it (they were going through difficult times and were having trouble coping). My hope is that those who are religious and those who are not would learn to live amongst each other without trying to influence those around them. For example many of my friends are religious, I would even say most of my friends are religious but we get along because we understand and respect the differences between us. We can even have conversations about religion without fighting and I wish everyone would strive to be able to do the same
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Male 12,138
[quote]Well, I didn`t get the crappy education you got, that`s for sure. If you were ever to read what the founders said in their own words instead of drinking the Kool-Aid served up by your unionized government teachers[/quote]
Sorry, you had me up to Kool-Aid thing. Please expound? A valid comment will count as bonus marks.
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Male 15,832
[quote]That`s a very uneducated view, all the founding fathers were weary of religion.[/quote]
Well, I didn`t get the crappy education you got, that`s for sure. If you were ever to read what the founders said in their own words instead of drinking the Kool-Aid served up by your unionized government teachers, you would know that they were extremely wary of government and not the least bit concerned about the church.
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Male 15,832
[quote]OldOllie ? wtf don`t really know your laws...[/quote]
Yeah, you kinda proved that.
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Male 15,832
[quote]first settlers - 1492
first ammendment - 1789[/quote]
Columbus and his crew weren`t settlers in any sense of the word; they were explorers. The first settlers of the east coast of North America were the separatist Pilgrims fleeing the start-run Church of England.
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Male 10,339
Yeah that`s a good point.
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Male 2,419
@AJ
first settlers - 1492
first ammendment - 1789

not close enough to make a direct connection in the motivations of the people involved in these events
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Male 734
@terracottus AGREED!!! Let`s just move on people!
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Male 10,339
Guys, Old Ollie is right.

The first settlers were running from state run church, not church run state.

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Male 280
Okay, so exactly as behind ever die-hard evangelical Gaybasher there are hundreds of moderate, cool Christians, behind every annoying preachy atheist teen (and those who never grew out of this) there are hundreds of atheists who just don`t believe in god. Can`t we just ignore the preachy kind on both sides and move on?
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Male 382
@hobomoe, That`s not a Washington quote. It`s from the treaty of Tripoli. Written by President John Adams (Also a founding father).

@SvampeBob, It was written for 2 reasons, to protect the people from laws written by a church ran government, and to protect the people from a Government ran church.
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Male 3,475
"If you`re lookin` fer trouble..."
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Male 515
@oldollie
That`s a very uneducated view, all the founding fathers were weary of religion. they created a secular government with the intention of keeping it that way. All but one or two were Deists, which placed religions priority behind more important secular things.

It`s very easily illustrated by Washington`s quote

"The government of the United States is not in any sense founded on the Christian Religion”

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Male 2,593
She`s cute. Probably annoying but cute.
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Male 3,076
yey Flying Spaghetti Monster :D
OldOllie ? wtf don`t really know your laws, but I`m pretty sure that when your founding father made that law, it was to protect the state/people from the church.
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Male 4,902
@davymid-thats the smartest damn thing ive heard in a long time
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Male 15,832
Okay, except that the 1st Amendment wasn`t intended to protect the state from the church; it was to protect the church from the state.
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Male 4,547
Qwerty:
XKCD. :P
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Male 215
@AngryYouth

Well, the important thing is that you`ve found a way to feel superior to both. That accusation expires after one use per converstion, by the way.

(Please let somebody get my reference.)
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Male 315
Not attractive.
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Male 12,138
Why would anyone do this? It`s akin to wearing a t-shirt that says "I don`t play chess - so suck it, chess players!". Besides, she`s not atheist, she`s anti-theist. Those are two different things.
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Male 734
In some ways, a preachy atheist is as bad as a preachy religious person. They all need to shut the drat up!
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Male 6
The Flying Spaghetti Monster on the back!
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Female 275
I used to think this kind of thing was preachy and stupid, but then I read The God Delusion, and it changed my mind a bit. With all the horrible things religion spawns in the world, maybe being a preachy atheist isn`t so bad. Better than letting kids be raised in a brainwashing household, being taught that "blind faith" is something to be admired.
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Male 310
She`s as bad as a Christian wearing a "Jesus loves me so screw you Atheists"

Attention whores.
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Male 48
Come on atheists, your annoying preaching is as bad as the christians.
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Male 2,034
Do you really not believe in god? Or do you just want attention?
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Male 2,121
I feel for you Gerry and SmilinSam. I hate preachy atheists as much as atheists probably hate preachy religious people. I cringe whenever I hear stuff like the latest apocalypse prediction and `anti-gay`ness. It`s more fuel for the "All Christians are crazy douches" fire.
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Female 3,598
ugly. preachy. fail. i`m an athiest and i don`t want to shove that down anyone`s throat just like i don`t want religion shoved down mine.
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Male 161
love it
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Male 1,451
I`m appalled (but not surprised) at how many people don`t get "Thank god I`m an atheist"

I`m thinking skirt says "Less god/more fun" I approve. Something tells me this is homemade, and not for sale. :(
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Male 3,894
Nobody needs to be that in your face about it. Just makes them look like they want attention.
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Male 38,468

that kind of `in your face` crap gives all us athiests a bad name.
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Female 734
she`s been touched by His noodly appendage!!
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Male 228
True dat, Sethdog!
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Male 4,902
@SethDog-agreed
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Male 286
i agree with SethDog
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Female 614
omg i love her shoes!!
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Male 768
Preachy atheist douche bags are just as bad as preachy religious nutters!
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Male 559
bracing for impact
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Male 875
meh
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Male 3,061
my grandma used to own a pair of those shoes.
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Male 10,339
P.C. Misinterpretation.
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Male 559
"Separation of church and state, was to keep the state out of the church, not the other way around."

What about the Establishment Clause? That specifically stipulates the prevention of a national religion, which has been further deemed by the Supreme Court to imply that laws can not be passed based solely on religious grounds. (That`s why Prop 8 isn`t being defended with lines from the Bible; the defendants must defend Prop 8 only in the context of secular grounds.)
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Male 397
"Remember, the puritans (who coined the phrase) wanted to get away from England`s STATE RUN church."
Yes, but the puritans aren`t the ones that made this country. It was a bunch of deists and agnostics. They wanted the country to be good for everyone.
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Male 868
Would have been better if she was hot- but she`s not.
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Male 684
The majority of Americans derive their understanding of morality from religion.I would wager that many of our laws are very much influenced by christian morality, not secular morality. I am all good with people believing they know right from wrong, but please keep your delusions to yourself. Do unto others as they would have you do unto them, not as you would have done to you. Also, thanking god that your atheist is quite subtle and clever way of showing the ridiculousness that is belief without evidence.
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Male 25,416
Its cool but not
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Male 10,339
@honkeylips: Refer to my post about 3 or 4 down.

Separation of church and state, is to keep the state out of church, not vice versa.

We are founded on rights given by the creator FFS.
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Male 144
honkeylips..simple..don`t do thing`s t get fines..and its no longer a problem.
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Male 1,586
I have a question. Why is it that the state can double my fine on Easter weekend when Easter is a church holiday? Wouldn`t that fall under separation of church and state?
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Female 182
"Thank God I`m atheist"
Thank god I`m not wearing that ugly assed dress. Btw, if she`s thanking God isn`t she contradicting herself? If it`s meant to be a joke, it`s not funny it just makes her look retarded.
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Male 12
Seems contradictory I mean thank God I don`t believe in God.
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Male 38,468

oxymoron ?
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Male 71
yea super stylish if your blind and dumb
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Male 346
she`s...weird looking
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Male 10,339
Separation of church and state, was to keep the state out of the church, not the other way around.

Remember, the puritans (who coined the phrase) wanted to get away from England`s STATE RUN church.
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Female 584
Eh...I get the message and all but that is ugly ass heck...
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Female 295
"still very stylish."
um...not...really.
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Male 490
Eh. "Keep your church off my state" - Ok, Keep your state off my church.

Live and let live.
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Male 553
do they have any for men?
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Female 812
Stylish my ass
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Female 539
Link: I`m Wearing This To The Next Rapture [Pic] [Rate Link] - A little preachy, but still very stylish.
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