monasteries, celibacy and kellogg’s cereal – probably the most right and wrong post I’ve made yet.

The celibacy wasn’t always a part of old Christianity though. It’s an import from when the Epicurean “friendship communities” (which were celibate) were absorbed into the surrounding culture and turned into monasteries, otherwise unchanged much. Somewhere around the 4th cent AD.

But generally yeah. Prayer is mostly used to keep boys from jerking off. In the 19th century, Science came to the rescue with Kellogg’s Cereal. It was better than those damn clamp on erection detectors that Scientists were giving them before.

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