By Jace - United Kingdom
Today, I took my Catholic girlfriend home to meet my family for the first time. My brother thought it would be civil to spend over an hour insulting her religion and explaining in detail the many ways in which "the Force" is superior. FML
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  tacovender  |  7

Wow the shit hit the fan here. Fuck all of you guys who take too seriously to any end of the spectrum. Now, please shut up and enjoy the little shred of decent Internet that's left

  leadman1989  |  15

Sounds like a two way conversation to me, who sits there for an hour and gets preached at? It's not rude to tell someone that Santa Claus is bullcrap and it's not rude to do the same in this situation.

  Lauren10102  |  3

Even if someone is preaching to me, I wouldn't "insult" someone's religion. I'm not saying I would convert or whatever, but I'd like to think that people are more tolerant and pleasant than to insult someone's religious beliefs. Maybe I'm wrong...

  citymayer  |  7

I personally despise when people do this to me. I have my beliefs and they have theirs. Everyone just needs to keep it to themselves unless asked about it.

  ScaryGirl  |  4

Yes, he does. Freedom of speech. He can say whatever he wants, and so can anyone else. If someone tired to insult my lack of belief, I wouldn't actually get offended, but instead try to explain why they're wrong. Which probably wouldn't work, because you know, religious people don't like rationality.

  The__Redneck  |  7

If the guy's willing to spend an hour insulting his brother's girlfriend for being Catholic and then proclaim belief in "the force," it's a safe bet that he does not have a girlfriend.

And never will.