History YMMV / SaintYoungMen

2nd Jul '17 7:36:06 AM fruitstripegum
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* HoYay: On one occasion, the pair are walking through the city when a girl, giving out pamphlets in the street, asks Buddha if he's a ''Christian''. He then remarks to Jesus (at least in the French translation), "I believe in you/I have faith in you, does that count?" This makes Jesus blush. A lot. He replies something along the lines of "Don't say that in public, what will people think?" Possibly a CallBack to the time Jesus prays to Buddha at the shrine for New Year's (and Buddha prays to ''himself'', which basically works like a cosmic fridge note), but as per RuleOfFunny it's basically treated like an excessive public display of affection.




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* HoYay: On one occasion, the pair are walking through the city when a girl, giving out pamphlets in the street, asks Buddha if he's a ''Christian''. He then remarks to Jesus (at least in the French translation), "I believe in you/I have faith in you, does that count?" This makes Jesus blush. A lot. He replies something along the lines of "Don't say that in public, what will people think?" Possibly a CallBack to the time Jesus prays to Buddha at the shrine for New Year's (and Buddha prays to ''himself'', which basically works like a cosmic fridge note), but as per RuleOfFunny it's basically treated like an excessive public display of affection.
6th Jun '17 7:45:15 PM N1KF
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* FridgeBrilliance: Although the series' depiction of Jesus may be considered by Fundamentalist Christians as blasphemous, most Christians find it hilariously accurate, as the core concept of Christian faith states that Jesus incarnated himself as a human in order to feel human pain and weakness, as a preparation for his great sacrifice.

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* FridgeBrilliance: Although the series' depiction of Jesus may be considered by Fundamentalist some Christians and Muslims as blasphemous, most Christians find it hilariously accurate, as the core concept of Christian faith states that Jesus incarnated himself as a human in order to feel human pain and weakness, as a preparation for his great sacrifice.
1st Feb '16 7:07:22 PM Willbyr
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* CrowningMomentOfFunny - The series is full of these.



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29th Nov '15 2:39:35 AM kirara19
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* NoExportForYou: Saint Young Men reportedly will never see a U.S., India, and Philippines and overseas release, either of the manga or the OAV series and movie, because creator Hikaru Nakamura didn't want to risk pissing off religious fundamentalists.
22nd Sep '15 5:36:23 AM Adept
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* FridgeBrilliance: Although the series' depiction of Jesus may be considered by [[TheFundamentalist Fundamentalist Christians]] as blasphemous, most Christians find it hilariously accurate, as the core concept of Christian faith states that Jesus incarnated himself as a human in order to feel human pain and weakness, as a preparation for his great sacrifice.

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* FridgeBrilliance: Although the series' depiction of Jesus may be considered by [[TheFundamentalist Fundamentalist Christians]] Christians as blasphemous, most Christians find it hilariously accurate, as the core concept of Christian faith states that Jesus incarnated himself as a human in order to feel human pain and weakness, as a preparation for his great sacrifice.
22nd Sep '15 5:36:01 AM Adept
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* AmericansHateTingle: Saint Young Men reportedly will never see a U.S., India, and Philippines and overseas release, either of the manga or the OAV series and movie, because creator Hikaru Nakamura didn't want to risk pissing off religious fundamentalists.

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* AmericansHateTingle: NoExportForYou: Saint Young Men reportedly will never see a U.S., India, and Philippines and overseas release, either of the manga or the OAV series and movie, because creator Hikaru Nakamura didn't want to risk pissing off religious fundamentalists.



* XMeetsY: ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' meets religion.
21st Apr '15 10:03:35 PM CureArielRocks
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21st Apr '15 10:02:05 PM CureArielRocks
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* AmericansHateTingle: Saint Young Men reportedly will never see a U.S., India, and Philippines and overseas release, either of the manga or the OAV series and movie, because creator Hikaru Nakamura didn't want to risk pissing off religious fundamentalists.
15th Mar '15 6:11:49 PM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''AxisPowersHetalia'' meets religion.

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* XMeetsY: ''AxisPowersHetalia'' ''Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia'' meets religion.
1st Feb '14 2:33:39 AM MorgenReiter
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** The series's use of JesusWasWayCool tropes tends to underscore this; he's a laid-back, WesternOtaku, Johnny Depp lookalike while the rare Christians who appear in the series tend to be TheFundamentalist. Overall it's really more of an AffectionateParody than a TakeThat towards anyone, and besides Christians are ''one'' half of the series.

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** The series's use of JesusWasWayCool tropes tends to underscore this; he's a laid-back, WesternOtaku, OccidentalOtaku, Johnny Depp lookalike while the rare Christians who appear in the series tend to be TheFundamentalist. Overall it's really more of an AffectionateParody than a TakeThat towards anyone, and besides Christians are ''one'' half of the series.
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