I am convinced that the download number is just an arbitrary number that stuckpixel just slaps on a picture based on the number of likes or something.
@joshin u, Unless there is booty or boobs, then I believe it is a true reflection of the public appreciation of the image.
So I've heard these people called Chreasters and CEOs (Christmas East Only) anyone else got names?
@oakssam, "people who don't believe in god but are afraid enough of death to make sure they go to church on the 2 days that it really matters in case he does exist" that's usually what I call them.
@oakssam, we call them the Cem goers, Christmas, Easter, and Mother's Day.
@Crazy Cracka , going to church does not make you religious or a better person anymore than me going and hanging out in a hospital makes me a doctor.
@oakssam, my family always called them, "once-a-year Catholics"
@oakssam, we call them Submarine Christians. Only surface for Easter and Christmas
@oakssam, in my language/country with call them
@oakssam, yearlies.... Stupid phone
@oakssam, my dad calls them C&E's
@meowarina, not saying I agree with their logic, just saying I know what their logic is
It's funny because I'm an atheist
@Your Grandmas Tits, Amen! Wait...
I know I'm going to get downvoted like hell for saying this but doesn't Easter originate from a pagan holiday? Doesn't God hate anything that has to do with pagans so when people celebrate Easter, they are disobeying God? I don't want to create a war or get anyone mad, just asking from curiosity.
@ManinASuit, not even close to pagan. It's a Christian holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus after 3 days of having died. The so-called connection to pagan holiday comes from a pagan goddess known as Ishtar (from the Middle East). However the only language which uses the term Easter or anything similar was English during the conversion of the English lands. There's no way knowledge of this minimally important goddess could have traveled as far as the theory suggests. Any literally almost any other language, the term for Easter is some variation of the word 'pasch' which again is a strictly Christian term for Jesus suffering and death. Hope that helps!
@ManinASuit, pagan "Easter" type celebration occurs on april 30 or may 1st, so no. But several holidays, such as christmas, do have pagan roots and beginnings. I think the reason most people dislike pagans is because instead of worshipping 'God', we prefer to pay tribute to nature, hence the holidays being located on and around moon cycles (solstices and equinoxes). Not bashing anyone, just explaining.
Ours is CEO cristmas and easter only instead of Christmas east only
That's because I only go to church on Easter and Christmas so I don't know anyone
@Hit the lights , ah so you're a chreaster? As am I
Starting to think Sexy Homunculus is a Christian... I ain't even mad!
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