You can be skeptical and friendly at the same time.
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Who needs the unnamed fruit from the Garden of Eden when you can have Skeptical Fruit?!
That is *so* how it works!
(via Toothpaste for Dinner. Thanks to Lauren for the link!)
Ha. “TO THE BLOG!!” makes it.
But my understanding is that the skeptical flavor is saltiness, not bitterness.
Isn’t it sweet that skeptics have an associated flavor?
The flavor of stupid is the same as capsaicin. It burns.
nah … the flavour of skepticism depends on what it’s mixed with. Heaven mixed with skepticism takes on a bland flavour, because it doesn’t exist. Hell mixed with skepticism tastes sweet, because it’s a relief to know that finite sins will not be punished with infinite sadism.
When I first read the title of this blog posting, I read it as though “Fruit” was the collective term for a group of atheists. (cf a murder of crows, a flock of sheep or a herd of cows) A group of christians can be referred to as a flock.
Makes me wonder…what *would* be a good term for a group of atheists?
Herding atheists reminds me of herding cats – we’re not natural groupers!
What is the opposite of flock?
I don’t get it.
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