now, if they want to stand there and listen to me mother f*ck them (using that language too) then they obviously feel some need to be punished....lol
How do you all respond when a Christian on a mission asks you if you're "saved?"
When my grandmother kept sending me religious e'mails dealing with God and Bush, I asked her to stop, as I'm not religious. Her repsonse came with a few more e'mails, and the statement, "I'm not religious either, just saved." I told her that I'd rather not be saved than be there with her. ..she's not a nice person. :/
I love how some people believe in Jesus simply to be saved.
I've only had one door call, where they were very good at hiding exactly what they were doing and actually got my boyfriend to start filling out a survey for them...I laughed at him, as I never talk to people who come to my door, just tell them I don't want whatever they're here about and shut the door. He realized after a few questions what was going on and tossed the papers back to the guy and shut the door. They continued on around the complex.
The most experience I've had with this scenario, though, is while waitressing. Customers are always leaving some, "Are You Saved?" card, or "Find God, Find Yourself" crap. As long as they haven't left yet, I'll walk right back over to the person and hand the card back to them, telling them I don't need it, I'm happy without some fake god in my life.