^ That got a chuckle out of me.
I'd like to join this one, too. :D
I consider myself an agnostic atheist. I was born and raised in a semi-rural area of Tennessee, which wasn't a problem most of the time but it bit hard when it actually did bite. At some point during my freshmen year of high school, a lot of people thought I was a Satanist and wouldn't even so much as glance in my general direction.
During the last half of my senior year of high school, I was being evangelized by the FCA's student president through hand-written letters and open invitations to events at his church. The first letter incredibly vague, and I kind of thought he had a crush on me or something and didn't know how to phrase it properly. The second letter was a more obvious sign that he was trying to get me to "see the light" and the Bible he gave me with the third letter sent it straight out of the park.