(via The A Word)
Isn’t that redundant?
Hillarious – definitely – especially coming from a christian sheeple
Looks like you can buy christianmindfuck.com from GoDaddy. Someone needs to work on that 🙂https://who.godaddy.com/whois.aspx?domain=christianmindfuck.com&prog_id=GoDaddy
That would describe every Christian website, so…
Christianmindfuck.com should be a picture of God saying “I created a world with no evidence of myself in it so it would be more meaningful when you decided to follow me.”
Not anymore. That link shows a whois record as of yesterday.
Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: CHRISTIANMINDFUCK.COM
Created on: 22-Jun-11
Expires on: 22-Jun-12
Last Updated on: 22-Jun-11
Too funny! I wonder what the domain owners intend to do with it.
What is an “athiest”? Is it the superlative of athie? Is it even more athie than an athier?
If I were an athie, I would want to be the athiest one of all.
Oh Sigmund, I think I found one of your slips.
I thought it worth mentioning that such a scenario is not actually possible with iPhone’s autocorrect. Mindfuck is not even a valid word.
I don’t have an iphone, but can’t you add words to its autocorrect? My t9 has learned all kinds of words from me…
Wait, something comes with “mindfuck” in its dictionary? And selected it over other candidate words starting with “min–” like “mine”, “mineral”, “mini”, “minimum”, “mink”, “mint”?
Sorry Matt but ACN is correct. If a word is used, the phone adds it to the dictionary, depending on your personal settings.
Which means the devoted christian is also a hypocrite.
I’m sure it comes with “mindfuck” in its dictionary; my phone comes up with the craziest nonsense when I use T9.
I tried mindfuck just now on my iPhone, and no, it’s definitely not in the default dictionary, and no, it does not auto add the word to the dictionary when you use it. The only viable methods are some backwards-ass “hacks” allowing you to explicitly add the word, or a method by which you type “mindfuck” into the Safari address bar (that seems to auto add it).
But no, I can type it into as many text messages as I want and it’s never added, nor can I easily add it.
@Matt H I’m sorry sir but there have been instances where made up words such as “bongmistfa” will now come up at certain times due to me using multiple times in texts. So it does pick up words. No you can not actually add them to some “auto-correct dictionary” like T9, but if you use a word often enough in SENT text’s it will come up when certain keystrokes are pushed just like other words already there. This is just coming from my experience using the same iPhone 3gs for almost 2 years now, and never resetting the auto-correct which you can do.
But on a lighter note pertaining to this post, that is absolutely hilarious, even iPhone’s know the truth. It’s just obvious.
Well if the word can be added to the IPhone memory bank through frequent use what does this say about the Christian? 🙂