The Fruit of Atheists

Who needs the unnamed fruit from the Garden of Eden when you can have Skeptical Fruit?!

skeptical-fruit

That is *so* how it works!

(via Toothpaste for Dinner. Thanks to Lauren for the link!)

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  • 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?

  • Robin

    The flavor of stupid is the same as capsaicin. It burns.

  • llewelly

    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.

  • Craig

    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?

  • Michael

    I don’t get it.