Fat Bird Problems. A pigeons trying to win over a mate was denied. To add to the humor, it shows that the pigeon is like a popular description of a fat, atheist
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A pigeons trying to win over a mate was denied. To add to the humor, it shows that the pigeon is like a popular description of a fat, atheist, fedora-wearing, neckbeard who I presume, may or may not enjoy a TV show about compressed horses.

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Submitted: 01/18/2014
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#2 - theblobble (01/18/2014) [-]
"compressed horses"
"compressed horses"
#6 - gitanisme (01/18/2014) [-]
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#13 - rfeliz (01/18/2014) [-]
He didn't wear the hat when he was trying to tap that. That's where he fucked up.
#15 - crustypizza ONLINE (01/18/2014) [-]
#4 - nopefarther (01/18/2014) [-]
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#27 - alekksandar (01/19/2014) [-]
>approach beautiful dove
>open beak
>stumble for words
>c-c-coo... coo.. coo-
>bread crumbs begin falling from under wings
>she flies away, disgusted
#5 - redtooth (01/18/2014) [+] (13 replies)
You know what, I'm an atheist and I've never once spoken out against Christianity. It doesn't make any sense to me personally, but I've always respected people's rights to believe what they want to. I've never had religion-based stereotypes because I am aware that every and each person is different. I've never called anyone stupid for being a Christian or a Muslim or a Hebrew; I've always viewed religion as a choice and at that a choice that one must reach on his own, not because of peer pressure or following internet trends to make yourself look like a cool edgy person. I don't quite like that a majority of you people seem to base our appearance off of r/atheism, I mean sure, the whole fedora, euphoric shit was funny at first, but because I am not a fedora wearing neckbeard, I wouldn't like to be called and represented as one just because I am an atheist. I mean, how would you people like for your image to be represented by WBC? It's rodonculous, and quite frankly I can't see the logic behind it.  Sure, it's a joke, and maybe for the first month or two it was funny, but it's gotten to the point where a fedora, neckbeard or failure to have a girlfriend necessarily means that you're an atheist. As someone living in Eastern Europe, I have to deal with enough shit on a daily basis for being an atheist as it is. I wouldn't like for the general image of atheism to become what it's becoming because that would imply I am part of that stereotype.    
   
This has hopefully been a respectful and non-offensive rant from my side, and thank you for reading.
You know what, I'm an atheist and I've never once spoken out against Christianity. It doesn't make any sense to me personally, but I've always respected people's rights to believe what they want to. I've never had religion-based stereotypes because I am aware that every and each person is different. I've never called anyone stupid for being a Christian or a Muslim or a Hebrew; I've always viewed religion as a choice and at that a choice that one must reach on his own, not because of peer pressure or following internet trends to make yourself look like a cool edgy person. I don't quite like that a majority of you people seem to base our appearance off of r/atheism, I mean sure, the whole fedora, euphoric shit was funny at first, but because I am not a fedora wearing neckbeard, I wouldn't like to be called and represented as one just because I am an atheist. I mean, how would you people like for your image to be represented by WBC? It's rodonculous, and quite frankly I can't see the logic behind it. Sure, it's a joke, and maybe for the first month or two it was funny, but it's gotten to the point where a fedora, neckbeard or failure to have a girlfriend necessarily means that you're an atheist. As someone living in Eastern Europe, I have to deal with enough shit on a daily basis for being an atheist as it is. I wouldn't like for the general image of atheism to become what it's becoming because that would imply I am part of that stereotype.

This has hopefully been a respectful and non-offensive rant from my side, and thank you for reading.
#32 to #5 - keybladewarrior (01/21/2014) [-]
If you read properly, I said "Popular desription", I never meant it to be directly offensive against any atheist, fat person, or fedora-wearers in general. But thanks for that respectful rant, and not a flip out.
If you read properly, I said "Popular desription", I never meant it to be directly offensive against any atheist, fat person, or fedora-wearers in general. But thanks for that respectful rant, and not a flip out.
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#20 - RomanR (01/19/2014) [-]
mfw
#1 - anonymous (01/18/2014) [+] (2 replies)
You tried at a super descriptive description, but failed. He doesn't have a neck beard, and how do you know he's Atheist? Boom.
User avatar #31 to #1 - keybladewarrior (01/21/2014) [-]
If you read properly, I said "Popular desription"
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