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StevoMuso (April 21, 2010, 10:35:11 AM):
So I have started wearing T-Shirts with slogans like "come over to the dark side... we have cookies" and comparing the Mighty Bullshit conference to Oppikoppi. I'm sure they pray for me, but I haven't been reprimanded yet. Any ideas as to how I can continue with making them uncomfortable without getting fired? Suggestions will be appreciated >:D
You could maybe wear a T-shirt that says, "Friendly Neighborhood Atheist" or "Imagine No Religion" or "No Gods, No Masters" or "I'm an atheist and that's that - Kathrine Hepburn". Hehe.
Mefiante (April 21, 2010, 10:49:32 AM):
She's at her wits end as to how to "ruk hom reg".
Lithium. Orally, or alloyed and delivered by slingshot.



i allready have the emo hair, wear black, piercings, tattoos....what more does a heathen need to do?!!
Maybe your gothic appearance turns you into a do-gooder magnet because it scares them greatly. With all that black, tell them you’re actually a reformed liberal Muslim and solemnly cite the Qur’an about killing the infidel. That should scare them into silence.

'Luthon64
Faerie (April 21, 2010, 11:00:40 AM):
I have recently embarked on a mission to see how far I can push them (quite fun, really) So I have started wearing T-Shirts with slogans like "come over to the dark side... we have cookies" and comparing the Mighty Bullshit conference to Oppikoppi. I'm sure they pray for me, but I haven't been reprimanded yet. Any ideas as to how I can continue with making them uncomfortable without getting fired? Suggestions will be appreciated >:D

I love pissing on batteries (figuratively spoken). I fit in beautifully in the corporate environment, do the whole professional thing quite professionally and conduct myself in a wholly xtian manner. Which confuses people greatly when they refer to me as "a perfect example of a good xtian woman" - to which I stolidly reply "I'm an atheist" - the facial expressions are wonderful to behold, the fumbling for words in their now jumbled and confused little minds springs forth in expressions of shock (awe?), horror, and at times pure disgust. I love waiting out their next interaction with me, some simply cross the passage in case I'm catching, other's will attempt to commisserate and ask me what disappointment I endured that catapulted me to the dark side. Great fun all in all.

At home I'm just me. Tatoos and bike and all.... my Mother is probably the only person that has'nt given up praying for me, but I can live with that, she's my mom. ;D

Sheesh, we atheists are a horrible lot, playing games with the sheeps... :-\
GCG (April 21, 2010, 11:12:24 AM):
maybe we should start a thread, how to intimidte your co-workers to the dark side.

and btw, i happen to be a bit of a fundie on labour laws, and if they as much as give you a verbal warning, you can take them to the ccma. they are not allowed to do squat regarding religion. or lack thereof. as long as you do your job, they cant as much as fart in your direction. if the ladies have an issue about it, they can ask you to desist, co it upsets them, and affect office morale, and that's it.
mdg (April 21, 2010, 11:25:47 AM):
Quote from: Faerie
..Which confuses people greatly when they refer to me as "a perfect example of a good xtian woman" - to which I stolidly reply "I'm an atheist" - the facial expressions are wonderful to behold, the fumbling for words in their now jumbled and confused little minds springs forth in expressions of shock (awe?), horror, and at times pure disgust...

That's how people think about me too.I'm often mistaken for a "good christian woman". I think it confuses them (and hopefully makes them think) because here is someone who can be good without god and his laws, they find it difficult to comprehend that a godless heathen can have morals.
I find it difficult to comprehend that people think like that.

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