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You could stand to learn the difference between religion and Faith.
Faith is a verb.

Enochs fire, Topix 88 Comments [5/30/2009 1:48:16 AM]
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I'm faithing as we speak.

5/30/2009 2:12:01 PM

Snopster in Exile

Faith is a verb? I don't faith that.

5/30/2009 2:28:49 PM

Barbarian

To faith, past tense: foth, as in "I foth your momma". T-form: faithst, as in "Thou faithst your momma too, o Lord".

Makes perfect sense.

5/30/2009 2:38:40 PM

a well known dangerous villain

Having spent two years doing an English Language course, I feel quallified to say:

"you stupid semi-literate spew-monkey".

5/30/2009 2:51:37 PM

JSS

Faith is a verb.

Then why did you just use it as a noun?

5/30/2009 3:51:19 PM

Amanda

I remember the last time I faithed...wait, no I don't, because it is NOT a verb.

5/30/2009 4:09:52 PM

Dr. Novakaine

This is so stupid it makes me want to self-destruct.

5/30/2009 4:22:13 PM

Father Karras

ENGLISH, MOTHERFUCKER, DO YOU SPEAK IT?!

5/30/2009 4:26:41 PM

EllwyenDarwin

lol,Faith you!

5/30/2009 5:34:37 PM



Nah, Faith's a noun, A lovely sexy, curvy noun at that.

5/30/2009 9:15:47 PM

dworkin

Nah, Faith's a noun, A lovely sexy, curvy noun at that.

5/30/2009 9:16:02 PM

Ajax

Then please faith off

5/30/2009 9:33:31 PM



Verbing weirds English.

5/31/2009 4:16:59 AM

Nowonmai

faith
Noun
1. strong belief in something, esp. without proof
2. a specific system of religious beliefs
3. complete confidence or trust, such as in a person or remedy
4. allegiance to a person or cause
5. bad faith dishonesty
6. good faith honesty [Latin fides trust, confidence]

FAIL!

5/31/2009 4:40:59 AM

Marc

You could stand to learn the difference between religion and Faith.

You could stand to learn the difference between fantasy and reality, but I digress.

Faith is a verb.

No. No it's not. Faith is a noun. To have faith is a verb, but faith itself is a noun.

5/31/2009 10:23:09 AM

Jezebel's Evil Sister

I'm in an unusually generous mood at the moment, so I'll give Enochs fire the benefit of the doubt and assume he has "faith" mixed up with "hope" or "wish" — which CAN be either verbs or nouns, depending on context.

Let's face it: "faith," "hope," and "wish" are synonymous. "Know" is an antonym applicable to all three. Basing life on faith means basing it on a hope or a wish — not on objective reality or even likely expectation.

5/31/2009 10:31:03 AM

Osiris

No.

5/31/2009 2:14:54 PM

Selkie

You failed middle school English.

5/31/2009 2:28:28 PM



GRAMMAR EPIC FAIL!

5/31/2009 3:03:10 PM

Heather

*Epic Facepalm*

5/31/2009 3:13:16 PM

Thejebusfire

:facepalm:

5/31/2009 9:21:03 PM

thelivingguano

This is pure comedy gold. On those grounds I can almost overlook its idiocy. I read it and laughed for 5 full minutes.

7/20/2009 6:54:46 AM

Deftera

Best FSTDT EVAR.

7/20/2009 8:12:16 AM

Anone-moose

"Faith is a verb."

This is right up there with JohnR7's:

"I can sum it all up in three words: Evolution is a lie"

So much concentrated FAIL.

7/20/2009 12:53:01 PM

Doubting Thomas

Yeah? Well faith you then.

This is coming from the same people who use the word "witness" as in "witness to people."

10/30/2009 12:04:35 PM
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