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Hilarity ensues when typo inspires men over 30 to share how they eased back into 'exorcising'

An individual's genuine query became a funny one when a simple typo had individuals responding with incredibly hilarious replies.

Hilarity ensues when typo inspires men over 30 to share how they eased back into 'exorcising'
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The importance of 'exorcising'

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | cottonbro studio

Exercise keeps an individual healthy and feeling good about themselves. Regular physical activity keeps the body strong while also having many other health benefits. From preventing heart disease to maintaining a healthy weight, it's very useful. Reddit user u/VeganEgon was curious about this subject and inquired: "Men over 30, what’s the longest you have ever gone without exorcising? And how did you ease back into it after?" Because of the hilarious typo where they wrote "exorcising" instead of "exercising," people on the platform wasted no time in replying to the post with funny comments. Here are 10 of them that are sure to get you laughing out loud. 

1. Holy water inquiries

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | Ron Lach

I never really took part in exorcism yet. I can't imagine dealing with demons and ghosts. Also, how do you even get a supply of holy water? u/RedlineN7. Any water can work as long as an ordained minister/priest is able to bless it! I have a guy who does a giant 300-gallon tank for me once a year and it usually lasts through all my exorcisms for the year! Pro tip: use a super soaker to propel the holy water, makes it a lot easier to make sure you hit the demons! u/cody_1849

2. Be sure to warm up before facing demons

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | Andrea Piacquadio

Well, if you are not regularly exorcising this time around, at that age, warm up and do not exorcise demons you can't face or that takes you too much effort. Take proper rest between sessions, you have to remember you're no longer the exorcist you were before and that takes time. Maybe you could time three minor ghosts per week before your first low-class demon. With patience, being constant and adding additional challenges you'll be sending a Behemoth back to hell in a shorter while than you think. Ah. No need to buy all that fancy stuff from the movies, just your old cross and holy water from your sink is okay for a start. u/Reasonable-Pin2812

3. Revisited the gym only to exorcise someone

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | William Choquette

It had been about four months during COVID that I went without really moving much so I went to the gym for the first time in a while. Another patron was at the weight rack and started shouting in Latin, then their eyes rolled back and they started climbing on the walls. I got a cross and held it up while shouting at the demon to leave the person in the name of Jesus and shooting a super soaker full of holy water I carry around just in case. u/FLGator314

4. Smaller demons

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | Yaroslav Shuraev

The last time I exorcised was around Halloween, I exorcised around 35 demons that stood in front of my house. The funny thing is all the demons were child-size and didn't fight me back at all when I splashed them with holy water and threw them away from my house. u/kurokuze. I don't think you did the right thing. Those are young demons, very impressionable. If you give them candy you'll have their favor and won't bother you. u/DeltaRed12

5. Demon came out at the mention of a gym

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | Victor Freitas

I actually did not exorcise at all until I was in my late 40s. My weight fluctuated heavily over the years, especially after I quit smoking. If anyone mentioned going to a gym or doing anything strenuous, I would burst out in expletives and talk about how their mother had carnal relations with demons. One day I was talking about it on the bus and someone mentioned that I may want to visit Father Tim at the local Catholic Church. Not being a Catholic, I was reticent but paid him a visit. A little Holy Water and some rituals later the demon left my body. Eventually, someone mentioned the gym again and I didn't burst out into fire and brimstone. That was the moment I knew the demon was probably gone for good. So I joined the local gym. I sometimes miss a week but usually go three days a week. Some mornings that demon tried to come back and make me hate the gym, but Father Tim blessed my Brita pitcher so it puts out Holy Water and a quick swig drives that demon out again. u/CrustyBatchOfNature

6. Too many demons 

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Exorcising? F*** it's been a minute, to be honest, demons aren't the issue most people think they are, they're just a*******. It's an exhausting gig I'll be honest because everyone thinks it's just Judeo-Christian demons and the truth is it's multiple pantheons worth of demons and knowing whose from who and where is a nightmare! Sometimes literally!!!! Have you ever had to scour you're nightmares for information!? It's spooky as s***!!!!!! If I could live on my couch I would!!! But it's got goblins and they're constantly stealing my change. u/Tehdonfubar555

7. Not get carried away with commitments

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I've definitely slowed down since turning 30. It's easy to let it get away from you with work and family commitments. At university, I was way more on top of it, 2-3 times a week I'd expel a dark servant of Baphomet from the innocent flesh of a young virgin and cast them back into the shadowy void from whence they came, but now I think I'd struggle with your average poltergeist. u/sealcon

8. "The devil is in the details"

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I can actually answer this! My only exorcism was in March of 2011. So the longest I've gone was before that, and the answer is twenty years. u/Fred8975. My brother in Christ, that's too long. You have to exorcise your demons daily. u/kvakerok. No. I think OP is currently possessed and is asking the longest you’ve been possessed without getting the demon out. His demon has a very full schedule and doesn’t want to leave... then after he finally does... he wants to get possessed again. u/Mistersister0u812

9. Stopping only to refill holy water

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | Ron Lach

I only stop long enough to refill my flask of holy water and polish my cross. u/Solrackai. I went to a PT and was shocked when, during the warm-up, he turned his head 360 degrees and was proclaiming that a family member “sucked co**s in Hell.” I ended up going to yoga after that. u/MidlyAgreeable. Did he stand by and shout "The power of Christ compels you, you’ve got this." u/MobiusNaked. Don't forget to put on your robe and wizard hat first. u/kosmonautinVT

10. About three months

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Representative Image Source: Pexels | Yan Krukau

I had to have a shoulder surgery after an accident. Exorcising is rather hard with your arm in a sling. Flinging holy water with your feet really isn't all that much fun. So around about three months including rehab. u/Necrophilip. I try to exorcise once a day. Just to get rid of whatever that’s haunting me from the day before. It helps me to focus on my day’s work. Sometimes I get lazy, then I don’t feel like myself at all, doesn’t help with the voices in my head. u/KnafetsK

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