Osias wrote:The person after me believes in Jesus.
OldBoring wrote:The person after me believes on Jesus.
tiuwiu wrote:Well, I don't believe Jesus exists either. But sometimes I wish I'd believe it just for the pleasant illusion that praying makes a difference.
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:Not in an active way. I guess I eat two or three vegan dinners meals each week. But I really love eggs and cheese so that number probably won't increase/go up.
The person after me uses puts on make-up each day.
OldBoring wrote:The person after me always finds something to keep them busy when they're bored at work.
Dormouse559 wrote:Osias wrote:The person after me believes in Jesus.
Acquiring a religion involves, to some extent, learning a different vocabulary and syntax—for example, the old Quaker use of "thee" and, in some Christian circles, phraseology such as believing "on" Jesus instead of the vernacular believing "in" him.
tiuwiu wrote:The person after me likes to be alone
tiuwiu wrote: with nothing to do.
france-eesti wrote:I hate to havehaving nothing to do, I'll feel useless and will try to find out something to getkeep me busy.
The person after me is happy because they had a carbohydrate-free week.
Hoogstwaarschijnlijk wrote:The person after me believes it's wrong to make the contradictiondistinction? between animals and humans because there is no reason why humans would be so different (or better) fromthan animals.
Osias wrote:The person after me is in love with their new hair.
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