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Willow ([personal profile] willow) wrote in [personal profile] bossymarmalade 2015-04-24 02:10 am (UTC)

Her theory is that since we grew up in Trinidad, where we get Hindu and Muslim and Christian holidays off, we thought it was normal and natural to learn about other people's religious observances, but in North America it's not.

You have just explained my confusion. I have honestly thought people were just being either jackasses or weird or were somehow really sheltered and I was meeting all of them.

It also explains that one time, I saw Pentecostals explain themselves to Presbyterians and I was all; 'aren't you all non Catholic Christians, wouldn't you know some of each other?'.

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