Francis Xaviernote not to be confused with the also well known

Karma Houdini: Patrick. Noodle Incident: “Patrick! You forgot how to eat again! Quick, I’ll get the funnel!” Obfuscating Stupidity: SpongeBob pretends to be stupid to make Patrick look smarter in front of his parents. Unfortunately, Patrick starts to believe that he is stupid. Oblivious to His Own Description: Over the course of the episode, Patrick begins to believe SpongeBob really is dumb, forgetting about their own plan. Screw This, I’m Outta Here!: After various failed attempts at getting Patrick’s parents to believe he’s actually dumb, SpongeBob screams and runs out of the house in frustration. What he doesn’t know is that the starfish couple he met are not Patrick’s real parents. “Shaggy Dog” Story: Patrick manages to impress his parents at the cost of poor SpongeBob’s sanity. Then Squidward brings over Patrick’s real parents, who’d been standing outside all day wondering where their son was. Title Drop: Patrick briefly wears a “I’m With Stupid” T shirt. Too Dumb to Live: Patrick lampshades this, feeling this is how his parents view him. It turns out they aren’t exactly mistaken about their son, who can’t even recognize them until after he’s already mistaken two other people for his parents! On that note, Marty and Janet are definitely this, for thinking Patrick was their son in the first place and going through the trouble to see him only to remember they have no son. Took a Level in Jerkass: Patrick starts to believe that SpongeBob really is dumb, forgetting that SpongeBob is only pretending. Patrick then starts making personal insults, and when SpongeBob tries to remind him that they’re only pretending, he denies it.

As detailed elsewhere, this was also the time during which Christianity first reached Japan. The first contact was made through the Catholic missionary St. Francis Xaviernote not to be confused with the also well known St. Francis of Assisi, who arrived with the Portuguese traders in 1549. The daimy of southern Japan (on the island of Ky saw an opportunity in Christianity to establish better trade relations with the Portuguese, and so most early missionary work contrary to the usual form of the time launched from the top and worked its way down to the commoners, rather than vice versa (though the largest number of converts still came from the peasants). Nagasaki in particular was greatly affected by Christianity, as before the arrival of the Portuguese and the missionaries it was an insignificant fishing town. Thanks to increased trade between east and west, it gradually transformed into a major economic port and a Christian hub city in its part of the world. Ironically, the persecution and martyrdom of Christians several decades later was carried out primarily in Nagasaki although when Christianity went underground in Japan, most of these “hidden Christians” (“kakure kirishitan”) lived in Nagasaki.

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