Reader Christine gets emails from an online coupon program and she discovered an interesting item among her deals:
Damn. Babies are only $7.99? They must be in season.
They must have gone dumpster diving after the proms. Cheaper after prom season
A coupon program for atheists? I want in!
I prefer my babies raw but at $7.99 that is a steal.
This is as good of a time as any… Wanted to say I have been reading for a few weeks and have learned a lot, mostly the myths about atheists have been crushed! I gre up in a fundie evangelical home, and while I have turned from a lot of their ideas, I still like to call myself a progressive christian. I am trying to learn as much as I can, so I don’t become one of them.
Thank you all for your comments, I read them all. Even from old posts when I am looking for answers.
Mmmmm…fresh cooked babies….
Nice one Dawn, good luck in your efforts to learn and explore your beliefs. You wont regret it as whatever you wind up believing will be on your own terms by your own experiences, and that is what matters in my opinion.
They are in season, we’re heading into July, and thus starting into the time of year most of the delicious little kabobs are harvested. All of that supply must be driving the price down.
And Dawn, that’s awesome, it takes a lot to open one’s mind and explore beliefs.
Careful! That price might be per pound, in which case a decent-sized baby would set you back at least $60-$70.
…and somehow I failed to notice the things that actually are priced by the pound. This is an excellent deal on baby meat.
I prefer to purchase my baby raw and to slow roast it over some mesquite until the meat is falling off the bones.
Dawn,we are just joking.
Which coupon service is this?
Chewy on the outside, crunchy on the inside…
Old Jon Swift: I have been assured by a very knowing American of my acquaintance in London, that a young healthy child well nursed is at a year old a most delicious, nourishing, and wholesome food, whether stewed, roasted, baked, or boiled; and I make no doubt that it will equally serve in a fricassee or a ragout.
I only eat babies once a year at the Annual Atheist Baby BBQ. Thanks for posting that though, Hemant.
Can this eating babies joke end already? It’s not funny. It’s not cute. Just stop.
Why Ben? Got a stomach full?
@G Wiz hahaha
I thought they were a little out of season. I always serve my slow roasted baby around Festivus.
@Dawn, Come over to the dark side… we have baby meat.
I read that some tribes in Papua New Guinea practiced cannibalism until the 70s and when baby food appeared on shelves, it didn’t sell well. Had picture of baby on and they’d say ‘ we don’t do that anymore’. Not sure if true or not.