I say "no", over and over and over, but what is heard is "I want you to baptize me first thing Sunday morning." Missionaries can't hear "no", is my experience.
Poor little guys. I guess that's what they have been taught. I have only had missionaries at my door once in the twenty years since I've lived here.
I was outside in the front yard when they came. I feel sorry for missionaries, so I was pleasant to them. They asked if I had heard of the Book of Mormon. I told them that I was raised in Utah, but was not a Mormon. We had a nice chat and they went on their way.
I've never seen missionaries since.
Goes in waves for us. Leave us alone for a few years, and then come around a few times over the course of a few months, then leave us alone. Mormons are still bugging my adult daughter who has never been baptized. They treat her like she is "inactive".
I wrote a nephew on his mission once, because he included me in his spam email. I wrote back, told him what I thought about Smith. He never wrote again and the Mormon family stopped inviting me to missionary farewells. Lol.
Seems Mormons dish it out but can't take it. A "Elder" Facebook "friend" could be fun.