Buzz Things Every Kid Who Went To Church Remembers 2 years ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Sunday Funday Post to Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1kZiZ4Y Like BuzzFeedVideo on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1ilcE7k Post to Twitter: http://bit.ly/1jqdwrz All media … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Beware The Lesbian (Parody) January 8, 2016 11 Instant Ramen Hacks You Need To Try January 7, 2016 If Groomsmen Were Bridesmaids January 4, 2016 Donald Trump's major fat-shaming problem was on full display at the debate. September 28, 2016 People trying to fly with crazy ideas January 5, 2016 The Anxiety Of Getting Your Prescription Refilled January 16, 2017 19 Comments The Ice King January 21, 2016 who went??!!? So kids don't go to church now???? Astaries~* January 21, 2016 Preachers are always so creepy :/ Icelandic Warrior January 21, 2016 I'm proud to not only be a lesbian, but an avid Christian. Don't even bother commenting on this about how I can't be both. Watch me. Amya Anderson January 21, 2016 They didn't mention having to join the Christmas pageant every year until your 13. Shadowgirl Forever January 21, 2016 I went to church when I was younger… I'm a Satanist now… Idiotic Cow January 21, 2016 All of these oh my goodness my Grandma and Grandpa (my mom worked in the early and lates) would take me and all my brothers to church every Sunday and those of you whom have older brothers know that tense moment before prayer when you have to hold hands with your brothers and you know the signature "Death Squeeze" was coming and you knew you had to sit perfectly still and quiet while you heard you bones get all smooshed. Yup. Older bros. Samiullah Khan January 21, 2016 This comments section is already HELL! XD! No one? Ok. Bye. Anneliese Targaryen January 21, 2016 Buzzfeed should've mentioned being 12, not sexually active, getting your period late: And thinking you're the next goddamn virgin Mary. Hypatia Hardy January 21, 2016 I think you mean Baptist church, not Catholic haha. Jeenah Hernandez January 21, 2016 gosh…not to seem mean or anything, I've always disliked church. my mom and dad realized that after we were using their phones instead of looking at the preacher guy. we went from a Spanish church, to an English church,and then a church camp. and believe me, that wasn't fun either. for the only month we were their, they had the worst good possible for 6 to 10 year olds. crackers with cold cheese and ketchup is not pizza. and a little cup of salad…was NOT food. we always want home tired and very hungry. we had no snack time like kindergarten does. that was our only meal. and we were there for about 7 hours. thanks church. you definetly persuaded me going back. A Christian Gamer January 21, 2016 My YT name tends to start random flame wars. Phreaking Troll January 21, 2016 I always believe'd in my church,just think its quite boring to be there :p KattWaffle January 21, 2016 Im a christian, but im 100% ok with gays and i belive in god, but a big part of the bible confuses me. I dont go to church because my parents never brought me. I also belive in reincarnation and my friends often bug me about it ._. Plus, i think some things in the bible is well, not true. Katcrazykatie Plays January 21, 2016 95% people complaining about atheists in the comments0% atheists complaining about religion 5% comment percentage comments alyssa chan January 21, 2016 Sunday school is the best. It's always so chill. Except for the kids hahah Krista Daniels January 21, 2016 The comments here include: Butthurt AthiestsNostalgic Christians/Catholics/ the othersComments telling you what's going onAnd me reminiscing and telling you this. Ella Wade January 21, 2016 This is ALL so true. Ojohnson50 January 21, 2016 THIS IS 100% ACCURATE! Good job, buzzfeed. MsElphina January 21, 2016 Also growing up and going to church, everyone there knows who you are. You really are a child of the community. In terms of discrimination and stuff I really believe its what kind of church you go to, in mine there's a gay couple who's well respected and everyone accepts my boyfriends or girlfriends. My preacher in fact is apart of the gay marriage and refugee movement. But I know others which are more closed off and others that are even more accepting then ours. it really depends on the community.