Back story: A student in my grade (I am currently a sophomore in high school) came in to my study hall. At the time I was walking to the front of the room to get something. He took his water bottle, poured water into his hand, and threw it into my face, saying "I now baptize you in the name of the Father, the Mother, and the Holy Spirit." He is a Catholic zealot, for lack of better word, and is usually fairly intelligent. This action was offending at first, but now I just have to laugh at the complete stupidity of it. What do you, forum, think of this?
I would make a doll out of cloth scraps, leather strips, buttons, etc. Then I'd take it to class, get his attention, get the doll out and furiously stick pins in it while glaring at him wide eyed and with my tongue gyrating out of my mouth.
Although that might be an invitation for an amateur exorcism.
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After he did it, he was laughing. I basically called him an asshole and told him F*** off. Honestly, I wanted to beat on him, but I've got my future to think about, and most colleges don't like assault charges.
Find something to slosh on him. That's just rude. I mean, the symbolism I would mock... prob just rub it in and say, "Nope. Still don't believe there's a god... Don't effing throw water on me again!!!"
Or how about this. Find him next to some girl he's not particularly fond of and pronounce them man and wife.
He must have had either very good insurance, or he still didn't change out of his baby-teeth, jokes like this are dangerous for your teeth, you know.
Packing heat to school and offing him would be a little extreme. But it would be fun to place a 38 snub nose against his temple and pull the trigger back. Watching the urine stream exit his pants would be over the top.
Sooooo many Christians, so few lions.
That is a little bit over the top i think. Also, it's still massively illegal. but that would be pretty funny.
Buy some weed, put it in his backpack or jacket when he's not around, give an anonymous tip to the teacher that he offered to sell.
Wait a few months until the dust settles and ask him: Where's your God now?
See, and again, we are going a little bit too far on this. Too much. Just too much.