Jacqui (jacqui) wrote,

Ummm, it has come to my attention that a lot of my friends are selling their souls. I'm pretty darned concerned about this. Didn't you guys learn anything growing up? Selling your soul = short happy time here, long, long, long excruciatingly painful time burning in hell. This is not a good plan. Don't do it

I first noticed this soul selling trend when someone listed their immortal soul for sale on Ebay. Okay I may have chuckled a little bit, but I ran screaming away and spent my money elsewhere. I think I may have bought some more of those little rubber squeaky dogs and cats I like so much.

Now we have the SoulXchange and it's witty founder, The Devil. So let me be the first to say this here on Live Journal, what the fuck do you people think you are doing?!? Stop it. This is not a good thing. It's not like you're getting anything valuable in exchange. You're not asking for money or fame, you won't become a Rolling Stone or Anna Nicole Smith. You're just selling your very precious souls for the heck of it. Hmmm, sounds like a pretty good deal for the Devil. He designs a web site and lures you in with not money but..., and you sign on the binary line. People, let's at least make the Devil work a little bit harder here. Eternity is a very long time to spend on fire.

Sheesh, come on people, anyone ever heard of, uh, the Bible? I'm more of a Dead Sea Scrolls kind of gal myself, but even if you don't believe in all of this Heaven and Hell, fire and brimstone, angels and devils, Euridice and Orpheus, Faust and the Seven Deadly Sins, kind of stuff, wouldn't it make sense to err on the side of, oh I don't know, caution? Not gonna sell this soul over the web, nope, not gonna. Sorry Senor Diablo, I no sell my soul to you.

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