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  bizarre_ftw  |  21

I know this is a joke, but as I'm familiar with Celtic runes and how to cast and read them:
*facepalm* they aren't a magic horny pen, they're symbols that have general meanings that need to be interpreted. They're like tarot (kinda).
Sheesh! Look up a little background before you speak

  graham11  |  14

78- this is not a stupid-ass encyclopedia. Generally, people on FML aren't going to want to read a long summary of pointless information that pertains to nothing relevant!!

  bizarre_ftw  |  21

If they're commonly called Celtic runes then it's acceptable to call them that. English words come from Latin roots. Religions stole from each other by just changing the names of things.
Case point: Zeus and Jupiter


Zeus and Jupiter were the same god renamed. They were recognised as such. One of the best ways to replace a religion, according to Alexander the Great, is to find a local god with similar powers, (i.e. Lord of the Gods and God of Thunder - Zues and Jupiter) and say they're the same God.

The point you're trying to make would probably be the similarity between Saturnalia, the Roman religious event that took place in December, and Christmas. Then again, there's lots of neo-pagans who try to draw these parallels, and they do tend to look stupid, so i'd avoid it if i were you.

  bobbycorwen  |  5

You love God? I suppose you mean the Christian god and you apply his principles to your life. You are using gay in a condescending way, as it was condemned in the bible, but isn't your god about love?
All from your bio.

  DocBastard  |  38

It's a way to predict how the Boston Celtics are going to do. Obviously OP's girlfriend is in mourning because of the NBA lockout, and she's wrongly trying to use this method to predict how the relationship will turn out.

It's quite sad, really.