One told me she loved Jesus more than her husband, anything or anyone alive.

 I told her i found that very sad and disturbing.
She's no longer writing to me.

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Did you tell him you believe in eunuchs? Or castratos? (more like he'd be singing soprano!)
I don't know about creepy, but one of the most stupid was a Seventh Day Adventist. I guess like Mormons, there's some 19th century prophet some of them are supposed to follow: How to dress, who to marry, that kind of thing.

My friend said, "Oh I don't follow that text because it's like 150 years old so obviously outdated. I just follow the dietary commandments in the old Testament.

-_-

Creepy, hmmm... I'll have to give it some thought. In its own special way, most anything a Theist says is creepy.
Yes, Ellen G. White is considered the prophetess of the Seventh Day Adventists. She was from Battle Creek, Michigan.

More corny than that other Battle Creek, Michigan product - Kellogg's Corn Flakes
Ellen White - that was the one! Thanks!

And being originally from Michigan myself, I'm well familiar with our varieties of corny. Not only is Kalamazoo a real place, but it isn't very far from Hell.
I remember hearing that.  Makes me want to go masturbate with a graham cracker.  Stuff like that makes me wonder how some people ever even figured out how to have sex.
I saw a lady wearing a t-shirt today that said, "Try Jesus, if you don't like him the devil will always take you back." That just irritated me.
NICE! I want one!
How about coming up with at T shirt that says" Try Thinking. If you don't like it you can go back to your religion"

But that would make you an "angry, militant atheist", wouldn't it?
I SO love that! Mwhahahahaha!!!!!!
hehe, you should print up a bumper sticker that says "Would Jesus Key this Car?" and place it right beside or below the "try thinking" sticker!
HA! awesome.

Though sadly, they would probably conclude that yes, Jesus would indeed key this car, and afterwards piss in the gas tank.
I've known a lot of pagans who made supernatural claims about being able to levitate, telekinesis, etc. The craziest was when my friend and her mom were having a whole conversation about babies being able to fly, and how they saw various babies fly and other people denying it, and how the reason no one else sees it is b/c they don't believe it. I mean I've known lots of individuals who made outrageous claims, but these 2 family members talking about it at length was a total mindfuck.

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