The OP is already set on trying to cheat. So, I don`t think it will matter if me or you tell him not to, or someone else encouraging him to cheat.
I don`t like cheaters. And it is irrelevant if they are religious or not.
It is clear that our beloved OP thinks that rules don`t apply to him, or they apply selectively. Good job to the ones encouraging him... that`ll make him a responsible human being.
You sound like suuuch a tool. Who exactly is he cheating bro? The government?
That wasn't a rhetorical question. Please, do elaborate. I need to hear this.
He shouldn`t lie to his parents, which all advices ask him to do. That is immoral and shouldn`t be done by any child, let alone a supposedly religious one.
If you would like your children to lie to you and do things they shouldn`t do, fine by me. But don`t expect me to respect you as a parent, nor your uneducated kids.
The short answer is: He is cheating himself. Next time he might decide that his parent`s advices on girls are wrong, so he`ll knock up the first one at 16 and ruin his life; or shoot himself in the head, or one of his friends, because his dad was obviously wrong in telling him not to touch his gun. There are plenty of occasions to piss on your parent`s advices, you know. Most of them lead to wonderful things...
[EDIT]And you know the really fun part? The irony in all this is that he is not mature enough to understand that the NO is part of the growing up process... IF he is not a troll, that is.
Edited by Phyxsius-, 10 September 2013 - 03:05 PM.