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The Ron L Hubbard Thread
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The Ron L Hubbard Thread

A thread in which we invent our own religeons of increasing stupidity and crappiness.

I'll start:

IKEAntology is the religeon in which you worship our lord Ingvar Kamprad by purchasing items from IKEA. On the 30th of Febuary 2042 you must line up items purchased from IKEA in alphabetical order
(IE, Alexander the Coffee Table on the left and Zachary the desk on the right at the end) and wait until 9:33PM, where a bright beam of light will take all the items up into the sky and transport you to HEAVEN. All the IKEAnologists will be there (except those who have sinned by not buying £500,000 worth of furniture) and peace and happiness can ensue and the bushes and trees can roam free in the fields and etc...

I dare you to make up an even stupider religeon.
05-28-2009 08:42 PM
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Re: The Ron L Hubbard Thread

Penguinism, where we all live in igloos, everyone eats snow-sicles, and our god is the mighty penguin in the sky. We also all live in the Antartic. Anybody who defies these customs is frozen alive.

We came here from the mighty penguin in the sky on his magical egg rocket and preform daily four hour worshipings consisting only of " All hail mighty penguin. "

Our currency is the snowball, and people join by throwing 16 snowballs at one certain igloo at a certain point of the day during any Friday.

Our religion's one hope is that one day the mighty penguin will return cleanse the entire world to the teachings of Penguinism.

" I never knew until that moment how bad it could hurt to lose something you never really had. " ~From the television show The Wonder Years
05-28-2009 09:30 PM
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