REPLY PLEASE!

Published August 17th, 2006 by Bobby Henderson

Ok Mr. Bobby Henderson, Im seriously sorry but I don’t understand this whole idea of a bunch of noddels like flying around I just cant grasp that. I can understand if your trying to make a point like we shouldn’t put science down but you went a little over bord with your little idea. Im not sure if everything is well in your mind an I think you should get some help. Cause your idea is wack. But people have different belives an I gusse this is yours. But seriously how many people belive in this I think that you would have to be pretty messed up in the head or like I don’t even know I mean people freakin eat noodles why in the hell would some one want to worship it. Im a strong beliver in GOD an in Jeuse……. have you ever read the bible if not I you should maybe can find what your looking for in that . God will always pick you up when you are down just rember that



59 Responses to “REPLY PLEASE!”

  1. Christopher "Flame Mail Me If You Hate Me, I Don't Care" Edwards says:

    Ok Mr. Pre-K Writer,
    First off, some basic English lessons from a High School Grammar nazi.
    I. A Spelling List
    1.) Noodles (Or Noodels, as I spell it)
    2.) Board
    3.) Whack
    4.) And
    5.) Beliefs/Believe
    6.) Guess
    7.) Jesus
    8.) Juice
    (I didn’t know what Jeuse was, but I do believe in juice, so I am guessing you might too.)
    9.) Remember

    II. Punctuation
    1.) Periods; end declarative sentences and requests or mild commands.
    2.) Commas; separate ideas, parts of a compound sentence, items in lists, pauses and so on.
    3.) Apostrophes; generally (not always) used with the letter s to indicate possession. It is also used in various ways to show letters have been left out of a word (contractions).
    4.) Semi-Colons; are way beyond you.
    5.) Exclamation Points; are used to show emphasis, yelling in quotes, or show interjections.
    6.) Question Marks; are used to show interrogative sentences, which are more commonly known as questions.

    III. Capitalisation
    1.) Words are capitalised when they are proper nouns or found at the beginning of a sentence.

    IV. Contractions
    1.) Used to show when two words have been combined.

    V. Sentence Formation
    1.) Sentences need at least a Subject (sometimes implied) and a verb, or predicate. An example of an implied noun is in the sentence Move! It is actually (You) move! But the ‘you’ has been taken out because it is implied. An example of a demonstrated noun, as I call it, would be in the sentence Plums deviate. You had a huge as Hell run-on in there that took me a while to solve. And you had a freaky triple verb in one sentence, and they conflicted. should maybe can? Erm… what?

    VI. Euphemisms
    1.) I see at one point you say freakin. This is improper usage of a euphemism. It should end in an apostrophe, as it is a shortened word.

    YOU’RE CORRECTED LETTER
    ~~The numerals in brackets refer to parts and sections above. E.g., [I, 3] refers to the spelling of the word “Whack”, while [VI] refers to euphemisms.~~

    Ok Mr. Bobby Henderson, I’m[II, 3][IV] seriously sorry,[II, 2] but I don’t understand this whole idea of a bunch of noodles[I, 1] flying around;[II, 4] I just can’t[II, 3][IV] grasp that. I can understand if you’re[II, 3][IV] trying to make a point, like we shouldn’t put science down,[II, 2] but you went a little over board[I, 2] with your little idea. I’m[II, 3][IV] not sure if everything is well in your mind and[I, 4] I think you should get some help;[II, 4] your idea is whack[I, 3]. However, people have different beliefs,[I, 5] and[I, 4] I guess[I, 6] this is yours. Seriously though, how many people believe[I, 5] in this?[II, 6] I think that you would have to be pretty messed up in the head or,[II, 2] like,[II, 2] I don’t even know.[II, 1] I mean, people freakin’[VI] eat noodles![II, 5] Why in the Hell would some one want to worship them? I’m[IV] a strong believer in God and[I, 4] in Jesus/juice[I, 7/8]… Have[III] you ever read the Bible?[II, 6][III] If[III] not, you should find what you’re[IV] looking for in there. God will always pick you up when you are down,[II, 2] just remember[I, 9] that.[II, 1]

    Now, my response to you letter.

    Here is a way to understand the concept of a bunch of noodels flying around: Boil some spaghetti noodels. When they are cool (DO NOT TOUCH THE BOILING WATER!) throw them at the wall. The time between them leaving your hand and them hitting the wall is noodels flying.
    Now, you’re sentence about people having different beliefs serves one of two purposes; it either defeats the whole purpose of this letter, because you might respect that, or it might defeat the whole purpose of that letter, because you might believe that people shouldn’t force their beliefs upon others.
    We also can’t say how many people believe in this. How many Christians are there?
    Additionally, God is as probable as the Flying Noodle Monster, except we have seen noodels and we have seen flight, so they are more plausible. We have yet to see God.
    About people “frickin’ eating noodles”, do not Catholics partake in the flesh and blood of Jesus?
    Also, I have read the Bible. I have read it more than your average Christian. Not hard, however, as the average number of times a Christian reads the Bible is 0.00. When it comes to finding what I was looking for; I saw no marshmallows or advocating the persecution of Christians. Everyone else is put down in the Bible, why not Christians? Is it because they read the Bible? I sure hope not; most of them don’t. Besides, Gays read the bible too. Just look at me!
    And if God picked me up when I was down, he sure as Hell had fun dropping me on my ass again every time.
    I would know; I remember.
    ~~Christopher Edwards

  2. Christopher "Flame Mail Me If You Hate Me, I Don't Care" Edwards says:

    And yes, I said You’re Corrected Letter on purpose, before some smart ass points that out.

  3. polidoro says:

    There´s no hell, asshole…

    stop wasting your time and start doing as you please…

  4. smart ass says:

    And yes, I said You’re Corrected Letter on purpose, before some smart ass points that out.

    You are corrected letter? I don’t get it. Did you mean ‘Your corrected letter’?

  5. smart ass says:

    4.) Semi-Colons; are way beyond you.

    Apparently, they are way beyond you, too. A semi-colon may only be used where a period could also be used and can only separate sentences which relate to one another. The ‘grammar nazi’ moniker is looking shakier by the moment.

  6. wana says:

    noddles? yay! are they the funky version of noodles? lol :)

  7. puffaliaz says:

    One thing I hate is poor grammer. Followed shortly by non-believers.

  8. marinara disciple says:

    For the love of Noodles, why don’t these people ever use commas? Or a spell-check, for that matter…

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