So, I’m watching Ed Edd n Eddy with my roommates and thought about something. The reason they are the outcast kids is because Ed is really mentally retarded, Edd has high functioning asperger syndrome, and Eddy is just a kid with ADHD. I don’t mean that in an insulting way, though.
This situation is actually kind of funny to me, because not only does it prove that 90% of the time, I have been right, but it also shows how some people in a friend group are not your real friends.
Some “friends” think its cool to talk down to you and discourage everything you do and try their hardest to make you feel inferior. You realize you are not inferior, you are actually hell of a lot smarter than they are, and you stop taking their insults and you stand up for yourself for once. Then when you defend yourself, they get mad and stop being your friend because you’re the asshole, not them.
The world would be a much better place if everyone got high and masturbated for often.
You know, I never really understood why atheists even attempt to argue with a religious person anymore. Like really, what good is it going to do? You’re both going to sound like militant douche-bags and usually, even though I am an atheist, most militant atheists do not bring up any constructive arguments or criticisms and most religious people don’t even use logic in an argument, so its just a giant cluster-fuck of people calling other people stupid on a count of circle jerk. Regardless of what you believe, you’re still going to die, I mean, let’s be real, the Earth still turns, days still come, people are still born, and people still die. So why waste time with life arguing over complete and utter bullshit?
I used to be such a militant atheist, trying to rid the world of all religion. Then I grew up and realized that would never work. So now, even though I completely think any organized religion is BULLSHIT, I respect people who hold those beliefs. What the hell does it matter what other’s believe? As long as they aren’t bothering me, why should I bother them?