The act of eating babies has been practiced for many years to come, and us people do love the taste of baby tenders. But those Christians are against it. Should there be new rules and regulations about eating babies?
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Okay, as an agnostic I find babies pretty tasty. Every morning I grab my teriyaki sauce and pour it on a baby I catch. The thing is, baby-eating has been an act for many years, and it is a good source for nutrition.
Now, is eating babies wrong? No. The fact that it is an innocent act is because I actually eat baby Hitler clones.
But as Leviticus 31:22 says, "Thou shalt not eat babies with teriyaki sauce, even if they are baby Hitler clones." The other parts of Leviticus go on to refute both butterscotch and hot fudge as baby toppings. Meanwhile, in Exodus, God smites people for deep-frying baby wings and baking scalloped baby. While the Bible does not expressly ban baby-eating, therefore, it makes it too hard to do (everyone knows that babies are best deep-fried with hot fudge sauce), and we good Christians refrain from doing so. Why would anyone so obviously flaunt the Bible? Just because you're an agnostic doesn't mean it doesn't apply to you! Geez! The entitlement of some people!
Oh, no, sir! You see, my religion, Christianity, compels me to not only follow the Lord's Gospel, but force it upon others. Simply the fact that you do not BELIEVE does not mean I can't pretend you do. This is why, in debates, it's okay for me to cite the Bible on matters of disagreement between religions! YOUR Agnosticism is lesser than MY Christianity! So of course you continue to eat babies! They are delicious, but the Bible bans them, and because you MUST follow the Bible, even though you don't believe in it, you must NOT eat babies!