But to date, probably the most outrageously GAY and stupid thing he ever did was tell us about his "religion". And I use that term lightly, for his religion was a clusterfuck of other religions, twisted and raped-shaped into his "beliefs on life". Twas pure FAGGOTRY that propelled this vision, of this I am sure.
See, we were making up creation stories, a project after reading native American literature, and we all had to read our stories aloud. Mine was a creation story about creation stories, If I remember correctly. It was stupid, but I got points for creativity because my teacher kicked ass. But anywho, It eventually was Jacks turn... oh God what he said leaves a bad taste in my mouth even still.
He starts off by telling us that this is in fact HIS religious views on the creation of earth and how things work. That gave everyone the same feeling of dread, I'm sure. He starts spewing oral bullshittery about the earth being the daughter of the Moon, and the cosmos being one big happy family, and random unsorted pagan beliefs were thrown in for good measure. But one point I'll never forget is when he said fairies exist, and control the elements and drive the physics of this world. I was so close the laughing my ass off, but Mrs. Hall gave me the "Save it until lunch" look. She nearly cracked up also, though. From this point on, anybody dumb enough to believe him to be a sane and intelligent human now looked at him as the shit stain on the collective asshole of society that he was.
In conclusion, No, fairies and elves do not exist, and Jack made me feel all the more adamant toward this subject of fantasy.
Also, Jack was born in France. THE END.