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Cursed_worship Removed: R8 Keep It Cursed

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u/TesticleToucher69 Aug 18 '22

Fucker ate the whole Christ

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u/[deleted] Aug 18 '22

Could you explain? I am a Hindu.

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u/toyebanny Aug 18 '22 edited Aug 18 '22

(Somethings may be wrong since I’m an Christian-orthodox) That thing in the box is what we call the Eucharist it’s basically to symbolize Jesus’ body since Jesus said himself at The Last Supper that the “bread was his body broken for you” disciples, while the wine was “his blood poured out for you.” So the church gives one piece of bread and a little bit of wine if you’re old enough

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u/[deleted] Aug 18 '22

Okay, that makes sense.

Thanks and have a nice day :)

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u/nefewel Aug 18 '22

You get the wine even if you are not old enough (source: am also orthodox)

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u/ho-lee_-sheet Aug 18 '22

Wat, at least not over here in germany and we can buy wine ourselves at 16.

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u/MLGkid_HD Aug 18 '22

Germans are not orthodox, my man

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u/Mister-3108 Aug 18 '22 edited Aug 18 '22

Well pretty sure there are at least some orthodox people

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u/MLGkid_HD Aug 18 '22

That is not what I meant, overall, Germans are not typically orthodox, although there are a few outliers. There. You happy?

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u/ho-lee_-sheet Aug 18 '22

Yeah but originally it was overall christianty. The person replying just stated which part they're from. So I have just been adding information.

My "wat" is what it is; me being surprised that there are parts in the world where they give ya alcohol sooner than we german folks would. lol

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u/IDrinkPaintAndStuff Aug 18 '22

In Canada we have to wait until we are 18

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u/ho-lee_-sheet Aug 18 '22

Our government does want to raise it to 18 as well though. Which in my opinion shall make the under age drinking even more reckless since there is another 2 year gap of anyone who could legally make the same experience. lol

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u/ASignificantSpek Aug 18 '22

Some churches where I live give out grape juice instead so that more people can participate.

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u/CindersNAshes Aug 18 '22

It's the practice of proxy cannibalism for "symbolic" reasons.

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u/toyebanny Aug 18 '22

Yeah basically

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u/TheExaltedNoob Aug 18 '22

Nothing is wrong. Eat the body, drink the blood. I see no problem?

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u/wow_a_username_ Aug 19 '22

Then what's rasin bread?

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u/PigThin- Aug 19 '22

Bro I can't 🤣

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u/wastelandho Aug 18 '22

"Who finished all the Jesus and put the god damn box back in the tabernacle!?"

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u/FACE-GRATER Aug 18 '22

It's sacrilicious!

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u/PillowTalk420 Aug 18 '22

Sacrilegious, and scrumptious! Also part of a complete breakfast.

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u/sorefoot66 Aug 18 '22

Is that you Homer?

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u/Oliwande Aug 18 '22

It's not, actually. Eucharist bread can be bought in some shops with catholic accessories and it's not consecrated. Me and my friend used to serve at local church and we ate a lot of those. It's pretty much just flour+water wafer.

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u/The-Game-Master Aug 18 '22

And its stops masturbation!

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u/Pristine_Arm2785 Aug 18 '22

Okay Mr Kellogg

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u/knowerofexpatthings Aug 18 '22

It is Efficiency, the most powerful of all the elder gods

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u/Plotees_the_third Aug 18 '22

I'm not Christian, what does this mean?

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u/Etilon Aug 18 '22

At the last supper christ served his apostles bread saying that it represents his body and wine saying that it represents his blood.

Now, in the present, the general gist of it is that you are supposed to eat a spoonful of wine and a bit of bread at certain grand holidays.

Needless to say, this person ate the entire christ alone.

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u/Purple_Tuxedo Aug 18 '22

Tradition states that the early church was plagued with local equivalents to modern day edgelords who called them cannibals for this rite, even though they didn’t actually believe it was physically Jesus in the crackers, just a symbol.

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u/bluebirdgm Aug 18 '22

In Roman Catholicism, there’s actually a concept called transubstantiation that says that the bread and wine changes into the flesh and blood of Christ (though of course not visually, let’s not let things like observable facts get in the way). Other denominations prefer to think of it in a more metaphorical/allegorical way.

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u/tirrigania Aug 18 '22

Them crackers is Jesus foreskin and the wine Jesus blood

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u/Ok_Caterpillar_5252 Aug 18 '22

I am hindu from India used to go church on Christmas and few other days they don't give that white thing to me. Always asked are you a Christian? Can anyone explain concept behind that white thing?

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u/Itz_Gibbyc Aug 18 '22

I'm guessing your talking about the white cracker looking thing. My perspective is from a catholic view point, I'm not to sure about other christian denominations believe. We call it the eucharist and we consider it to be the body of christ in the form of bread and we consume it since we consider it holy. To take it we have to first go through the sacrement of the first communion which is pretty much just getting taught why it's important. Sacrements are pretty much different steps in life for a catholic (examples being baptism, marriage, etc.) We also take a sip of wine that represents the blood of christ. Sorry for the long explanation and I don't mean to start any conflict.

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u/Ok_Caterpillar_5252 Aug 18 '22

Thanks but still why I can't have it :(

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u/Itz_Gibbyc Aug 18 '22

Sacraments. The first communion is the 2nd sacrament after baptism. Your supposed to do your first communion to take it. Or if you just want to eat the bread wafer just buy a box of it since it hasn't been blessed during mass.

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u/[deleted] Aug 18 '22

Biscuit ke chakkar mein convert mat ho jana.

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u/Ok_Caterpillar_5252 Aug 18 '22

Nhi bhai chutiya nhi hoon kharid k kha lunga 🤣

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u/[deleted] Aug 18 '22

Lmao 😂😂

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u/sorefoot66 Aug 18 '22

Guys think of it as a little white beef biscuit. It's not hindu friendly.

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u/[deleted] Aug 18 '22

Beef? That makes it untouchable.

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u/tirrigania Aug 18 '22

That cracker is Jesus foreskin and the wine, it's his blood

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u/Elriuhilu Aug 18 '22

I'm the most Catholic person of all time because I once ate a Palestinian hippy.

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u/mors_videt Aug 18 '22

Sacrilicious!

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u/ChosenChris Aug 18 '22

He put the cereal first. That's good.

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u/Notworthanytime Aug 18 '22

I fail to see what's cursed about this.

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u/bunnywithahammer Aug 18 '22

two thousand year dry age steak experiment

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u/potatospot Aug 18 '22

snacks and wine? hey Christianity ain't that bad

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u/Strict_Antelope_6893 Aug 18 '22

Devouring the cracker christ

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u/mr_uwuthethired Aug 18 '22

Cereal is the worst way to start your morning-

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u/WaceMindo Aug 18 '22

I remember my friend steal a bunch of these and we'd eat like a quick snack. Fun times. But once they get stuck inside the top of your mouth it's game over, most annoying shit ever.

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u/revzsaz Aug 18 '22

Who the HELL eats their "I Can't Believe It's Not Christ" brand fat free eucharists with red wine vinegar flavored Kool Aid?! I meeean, I get that he's just trying to purify from enjoying what happened at the altar last night, but come on bro. Have some class. At least break into the little storage in the Narthex for the good stuff :P

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u/Kenji_Sencil Aug 18 '22

God forgive them for they dont know what they're doing

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u/CmdrHoratioNovastar Aug 18 '22

It only works if you pay! God needs money.

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u/ThisIsWholesome Aug 18 '22

Ngl those crackers are fire af

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u/slickshot1320 Aug 18 '22

I was gonna say where can I find them and what are they called?

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u/ThisIsWholesome Aug 18 '22

Just look up Communion crackers and they'd pop up fairly easily

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u/Cloud_jumper28 Aug 18 '22

It doesn’t work like that 🤓🤓

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u/hoiToni Aug 18 '22

damn bro got all of Jesus and more in that bowl

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u/Rhg0653 Aug 18 '22

Christ Chex’s

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u/Gobal_Outcast02 Aug 18 '22

Stale wafers and barefoot wine. Definitely how I want my morning started

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u/yeeeteeey69 Aug 18 '22

How many of those do you need to eat for it to be considered one entire Jesus

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u/demon_of_revenge Aug 18 '22

As an atheist I can confirm that meal tasted like shit

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u/Flaky_Sandwich9353 Aug 18 '22

Jesus Biscuits!

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u/paulthefonz Aug 18 '22

You have no idea how much I’ve wanted to buy a box of communion just to put out for guests. My only issue, I have no idea where to get communion wafers

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u/Lefay2319 Aug 18 '22

Jees-its!

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u/Otherversian-Elite Aug 19 '22

The question is, how many wafers and how much wine to rebuild Jesus?

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u/SyderoAlena Aug 18 '22

Imagine saying "it doesn't work like that" when everything you do is also just made up.

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u/MidnightExpresso Aug 18 '22

You have no more proof that God doesn't exist than I have proof that God exists. The amount of proof I have is zero.

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u/SyderoAlena Aug 18 '22

And u have no proof this is a cat texting you. But to claim that would be absurd

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u/MidnightExpresso Aug 18 '22

To claim that would be absurd, yes. But why is it absurd? It's absurd because we know cats cannot type sentences. You have seen cats, and people hqve seen cats. They are physically incapable of typing sentences. Sure, cats can be trained to type words. And some cats can type gibberish just by walking on it. But we know cats cannot type sentences, let alone debate the existence of God, because we have seen cats' behaviour.

Now God is a bit different. We have never actually seen God. We have not touched Him, not felt Him, nor seen His behaviour. So to say He exists or does not exist, is impossible to prove unless we have true evidence. If we haven't seen Him, then how can we know what He does and if He exists? You see what I'm saying?

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u/SyderoAlena Aug 18 '22

Well ya see I'm a specially chemically engineered cat who has human intelligence. And so you need to just believe me because I say so.

Now I'm not saying that there isn't a chance that a god exists somewhere in the universe. I think its absurd that the god u claim to exists exists. Because you put all these special little characteristics on it, and you have no proof that that is true.

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u/SyderoAlena Aug 18 '22

If I said cats are just as intelligent as people and they can understand everything we do and say, what would u think.

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u/ToiletStallStalker2 Aug 18 '22

The duality of man