Quote# 62393

who doesent believe you will be punished in the grave for you sins that you did not repent upon? TRY THIS
1.put a cat or a dog in a graveyard
2.what do they do
they will immediatly try to run out or start barking mad or other things.
The reason why . Only animals hear the punishments.
They can hear all the people screaming because of punishment.
the prophet muhammad says, "if god were to let you hear the screaming you would faint"......ill try and get the proper ayah.

samirah68, Y! answers 71 Comments [5/18/2009 2:32:30 PM]
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"1.put a cat or a dog in a graveyard
2.what do they do"

Pee on the grass, usually.

5/18/2009 2:34:34 PM

Thinking Allowed

Cats bark? Whodathunkit?

5/18/2009 2:40:11 PM

Paschal Wagner

Well, someone's barking mad.

5/18/2009 2:43:48 PM


Would someone please try this and report back?
Thanks in advance.

5/18/2009 2:46:44 PM


Bullshit, I've seen plenty of dogs in graveyards (I sort of live in one for nearly 2 years) and they don't act any different to when they're outside the grave yard.

5/18/2009 2:48:07 PM


There are no ghosts in graveyards. Do you know why that is? PEOPLE DON'T FUCKING DIE IN GRAVEYARDS. People die in hospitals, nursing homes and their own fucking beds at home. You want to hear some scary ghost stories? Talk to the nurses who work third shift at the hospital. THEY can tell you some shit.

Oh, and if there's anyone screaming from being punished in the afterlife, it's Muhammad. Babyrapers don't fare well in the punishment area, or so I here.

5/18/2009 2:50:01 PM

Cobby Moggy

Apparently this cat didn't get the memo.

5/18/2009 2:50:06 PM


My cat loved to go into the cemetery to hunt.

5/18/2009 2:50:41 PM


Bullshit. I've taken my dogs on walks through the cemetary across the street countless times and I've never seen them act like you claim they will. And that's not the mention the dozen or so stray cats who live in that graveyard. This is just Lying for Mohammed. Next time won't you at least try to put a little effort into you half assed assertions.

5/18/2009 3:15:13 PM


I take the fact that I was thinking "Christian" for most of that post as evidence that your religions are all the same. Except maybe Buddhism, but I've never met a Buddhist fundie in my life.

5/18/2009 3:16:10 PM


What a horrid mixture of grammar fail and argument fail...

5/18/2009 3:24:51 PM


Double post.. Pro-tip: don't refresh the page after you comment

5/18/2009 3:29:22 PM


@ Wehpudicabok

Except maybe Buddhism, but I've never met a Buddhist fundie in my life.

They are far and few between, but they are out there, though they are still light years better than the fundies from the Abrahamic religions.

5/18/2009 3:31:08 PM


No, because you are trying to kill them and their self preservation instincts kick in.

Please note that if you forcibly try to bury alive a human person they will also kick and scream and try to get away. You have demonstrated nothing other then life's instinctive fear of death, which is an obvious evolutionary mechanism to ensure that gene's get passed on.

Edit: I read the post wrong. I thought he said grave instead of graveyard. So now it becomes a stupid misinterpretation to a claim that is demonstratively false.

5/18/2009 3:37:30 PM

I'm curious if you're just a liar or you're stupidly repeating lies told to you. I've taken my dogs to a cemetery before - They sniffed around until it was time to leave. So, tell me, were they just unusually brave and decided to "sniff out" the ghosts or were they just curious about their new surroundings and doing what they do when they're taken anywhere?

5/18/2009 3:42:43 PM

Doctor Whom

Y!A stupidity: It isn't just for Christians anymore.

5/18/2009 3:47:20 PM


I often walk my dogs in graveyards. They do not "start barking mad" though they do do other things, such as pee and sniff where other dogs have peed.

I suggest your dogs and cats bolt and/or bark because some nitwit put them somewhere they didn't want to be. (Do you see yourself in this scenario, sandra?)

5/18/2009 3:48:54 PM


I walk my dog past a graveyard sometimes. He never reacts at all.

5/18/2009 3:49:19 PM

My local Victorian cemetery is very popular with dog-walkers.

In contrast, the modern crematorium (just out of town with its entrance well screened by trees) is much favoured by doggers, I understand.

5/18/2009 3:52:54 PM


At least most Christian fundies make bullshit claims that can't be easily disprovable by the layman, this is just pitiful.

Plus, why only dogs and cats? I guess you can't use birds though, since even your dumb ass realizes they aren't afraid of graveyards.

5/18/2009 4:09:43 PM

liar liar blablabla

5/18/2009 4:17:43 PM


5/18/2009 4:31:20 PM


True story: Being of Italian descent, every damn holiday, even freaking Arbor day it seemed like we had to go to the cemetary. My husband and I went through the motions and had just gotten a new black lab puppy. We didn't have kids yet. Well, lab puppies being what they are, they are happy all the time. So we walked up to the family plot and our pup "Ozzie" lifted up his leg right on my grandparents grave stone. Well not all the family thought it was funny but some did. My grandmother loved animals so I'm sure she didn't mind, not sure about dear old grandpa though :) Well Ozzie got lots of attention after that and was oblivious to any punishment going on. (he didn't get punished either)

Moral of the story: Cats don't bark they meow.

5/18/2009 4:36:44 PM


Wow and I thought it was because they don't want to be buried alive or even have lots of dirt piled on them. Thanks samirah68 for clearing that up. lol

5/18/2009 4:42:38 PM


Funny, that's what cats and dogs tend to do when you're forcing them to go somewhere, and THEY DON'T WANT TO GO. (Try taking a dog or cat to the vet...)

5/18/2009 4:43:06 PM

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