Very bad deeds

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Wanking into the font is one thing, but burning the fucker down is quite another

“...and then it took me twenty minutes to clean up the church bathroom”

Very bad deeds are deeds that are not quite evil, but are generally frowned upon by most major governments and religions in the civilized world. A number of studies by people and organisations who are paid huge sums of money to have an opinion on such things indicate that a build up of a number of "Very bad deeds" may lead to Gross Moral Turpitude.

edit Distinguishing Very Bad Deeds from Evil Ones

There are certain features that distinguish evil deeds from ones that are merely very bad. Evil deeds bring great harm, suffering, and possibly death to people. A very bad deed merely puts one off one's lunch, makes one go "eurgh" at the thought of it, or is considered to be rather mean or in poor taste.

Very bad deeds are something which a person does without any mercy or showing concern towards others, such as becoming a school teacher or going into politics. Traditionally very bad deeds happen to good people, so they should just grow a pair like the rest of us have had to.

edit Examples of Very Bad Deeds Compared to Evil Ones


Different cultures and traditions hold differing views of what may indicate a very bad deed.

Evil Deed: Burning down a church. Very Bad Deed: Masturbating in a church bathroom.

Evil Deed: Setting a kitten on fire. Very Bad Deed: Pulling a kitten's tail.

Evil Deed: Genocide. Very Bad Deed: Frightening large numbers of people who may or may not have a heart condition.

edit History of Very Bad Deeds

People have been doing very bad deeds since there was such a thing as bad taste, unpleasantness, or off-putting thoughts. One of the most notorious doers of very bad deeds was Margaret Thatcher, whose moderately unpleasant demeanour and hideous visage frightened all of England for quite some time.

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