How tenuous, that imaginary friendship.

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10 Responses to How tenuous, that imaginary friendship.

  1. LunarWorld says:

    I have been saying this for YEARS! You are brilliant.

  2. L33tminion says:

    It’s also here. You would like this video, I think…

  3. L33tminion says:

    Seems there’s a ton of overlap between that film and Indexed.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Just wanted to say that when I saw this I felt like I’d been smacked in the face. In one perfect graph, you have outlined exactly what makes me so sad all the time. Thank you.

  5. Jhon says:

    Haha I LOVE this one. Just discovered your blog and its concept, but I think I’ll come back and read the (huge !) archives :)

  6. Elliott Grasett says:

    With respect, religious doubt is quite dissimilar to doubts about Santa or the Easter Bunny.

    No one was ever burnt alive for denying the divinity of Santa Clause, or failing to affirm the triune nature of the Tooth Fairy.

  7. Fletcher says:

    Re Elliot: And that’s just one more reason that I’d sooner believe in Santa Claus than god. :D

  8. Ali says:

    Elliot, the point she was making was that after finding out that Santa Claus, the easter bunny, and the tooth fairy weren’t real it then made us less able to believe that ours parents weren’t lying about god.

    • aadfg says:

      You are a big, fat liar. Santa Claus is in fact real. There is evidence to support the claim.

  9. aadfg says:

    The truth is that Santa is real, and the Easter bunny isn’t.