Religious exemption

Published June 8th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

I don't mind writing these but I have a huge backlog of requests, so no promises

What do you think, will it work?

27 Responses to “Religious exemption”

  1. Mongeeses says:

    Oh man “higher power”. What doesn’t qualify as a higher power .2, .3? What a hoot Bobby.

  2. Black Beard says:

    Arr, you maggots. You don’t be needin’ this ‘ere form. Just take a screen shot and copy into MS paint, and tamper wit’ it to yer ‘eart’s desire.

  3. Silas says:

    It’ll totally work. If it is against your religion to do something, such as a test, on a holy day, then what can they do? We allow Christmas vacation time off, so why not Fridays? (though I think claiming this to not come to school every Friday might cause some issues)

  4. theFewtheProudtheMarinara says:

    Don’t forget that faith can be your “get out of jail free” card in Science class, too! Just claim things like “the answer is whatever the FSM says it is, and if you don’t agree, you’re being insensitive to my religious convictions!”

  5. Jesso says:


    Just out of curiosity… How can you take phYsics if you can’t even spell it (or much else for that matter…)?

  6. Jenna says:

    Wow. I’m impressed. I really want an official letter from The Prophet too. Hey Bobby, set me up man!

  7. Michael says:

    Im a High school Calc AP math Teacher…. and if one of my students shows up with this the day of the test…. ill give em a bonus 50%…. i cant exempt them… but its enough that they dont rly have to take the test

  8. Ambrose says:

    have we gotten tax exemption yet in the US? how bout in any other countries?

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