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Vestigial organs are the invention of evolutionists. My grandmother was lost her tailbone from an accident when she was 50 years old. For the next 40 years she had pain sitting for any length of time. I have all my teeth----------wisdom and all. It is very hard for me to bight off more than I can chew....... Goosebumps help to warm one up when one stands in a draft. GOD did not make any unuseful parts; however, HE has allowed man's body to cope when some parts (because of a sinful world) go bad. That was a blessing.

Little Nipper, foru.ms 34 Comments [11/29/2007 7:14:10 PM]
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Ah, the little nipple.

"bight" ???? hahahahaha

11/29/2007 7:18:21 PM

Old Viking

Little Nipper's magic way with language always clarifies things for me.

11/29/2007 7:22:08 PM


Appendix? And tell people that have had impacted Wisdom Teeth that they are useful.

11/29/2007 7:34:37 PM

Caustic Gnostic

Just think...in a matter of generations, fundies' brains will become vestigial.

11/29/2007 7:36:49 PM


Um ... your grandmother had pain when she sat for any length of time because the tailbone nerves were still there.

If she hadn't been born with a tailbone, she wouldn't have had those tailbone nerves, and could have sat down comfortably for just as long a period as someone with a tailbone could.

Oh, and removing the rear molars does not make it any easier to "bight" off more than you can chew.

Now, would you care to comment on the structure of the lower back, or the utility of the tonsils?

11/29/2007 7:46:11 PM


Caustic Gnostic
"Just think...in a matter of generations, fundies' brains will become vestigial."
And what a happy day that will be!

11/29/2007 7:47:47 PM

Seamus D

Tailbone, eh?

Say no more, say no more!

11/29/2007 7:49:22 PM


Fundies' brains seem to already be vestigial.

11/29/2007 7:51:31 PM


I'm having my two wisdom teeth forcefully removed from my jaw about three days after Christmas, on my holiday break. Chew on that for a minute. I'll probably be personally cursing out whatever God decided that I have to give up vacation time for surgery.

And I'm sure you'd like to meet the person getting all four wisdom teeth out, plus a root canal.

Flimsy anecdotal evidence doesn't prove a single thing. And remember, my anecdotal evidence is as valid as yours.

11/29/2007 8:00:26 PM


I've had all 4 of my wisdom teeth removed when I was 18, because it was painful and because it'd get worse 10 years later if I didn't do anything.

Anyway who the hell told you goosebumps are vestigial?

11/29/2007 8:06:34 PM


Goosebumps are an organ? O_o

For some reason, I'm actually surprised he has ANY teeth. Don't know why.

11/29/2007 8:12:04 PM


Little Nipper, I imagine goosebumps would work a lot better if we were covered in hair or fur. There is nothing that can trap the warmth now.

11/29/2007 8:13:36 PM

TB Tabby

Another one for the Fundie Word Redefinition Project. Vestigial doesn't mean "useless." It means "rudimentary." For example, a vestigial arm could be moved and used, but it wouldn't have the full capabilities of a regular arm.

11/29/2007 8:27:43 PM

...I never had wisdom teeth. And X-rays confirm I never will. Just born without them.

So from what you say, I should be sad. But from what everyone else says, I should be glad.

Given that I have a very small mouth (unlike you), I think I'll go with the latter.

11/29/2007 8:44:59 PM


@AnonymousAsshole: Speaking of nipples, I wonder what God's clever plan for putting those on males was.

11/29/2007 8:52:27 PM


When you see it, you'll shit brix.

11/29/2007 9:48:21 PM


And we haven't even gotten into the utter uselessness of tonsils, or the whole esophagus crossing the windpipe. If there's a god, He seriously wants us to choke.

11/29/2007 10:08:33 PM


Osiris: It's that dinky little bone not attached to anything, right? Hm... kind of looks like an upside-down sock.

11/29/2007 10:21:28 PM


Male nipples.

11/30/2007 5:14:54 AM

Mister Spak

God made you with an unuseful part between your ears.

11/30/2007 9:22:22 AM


Toenails, anybody? Toes, I gather, are good for maintaining balance and a greater degree of flexibility in movement, but the nails? Fucking useless. All they do is sit there needing trimming all the time, except when they get ingrown and can thoroughly cripple your feet, or a fungus gets into them which is the very devil to get rid of.

11/30/2007 10:34:49 AM


I have only three wisdom teeth. Now explain that to me. God couldn't decide?

11/30/2007 10:47:46 AM

Apendix and the tailbone grow naturally. So invention of evolutionist?, next time tell me that kidneys are as good for humankind as the invention of ipod.

11/30/2007 12:34:46 PM


Um... I don't think you know what you're talkin about, Nips.

11/30/2007 1:01:19 PM


We can conclude from the anecdote that the purpose of the tailbone is to prevent pain in the ass.

11/30/2007 1:01:28 PM

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