Nope, not spiritual or religious at all, so I guess I'm something else.
A little bit of all. My innate sense of curiosity has lead me to some very interesting places.
Somewhat to the first, not bloody likely to the second, and you betcher to the third.
I don't know what I am anymore I'm with the side that has the most physical evidence I guess.
I beleive something created this wacky world we call earth i think it was george carlin i need to talk to him or whoever created this mess
I am not religious or spiritual at all. I think there is enough evidence to come to the conclusion that religion was just an invention of the mankind to control the way people live their lives
Spiritual isn't as precise a word as I would like:
Spirituality means something different to everyone. For some, it's about participating in organized religion: Going to church, synagogue, a mosque, and so on. For others, it's more personal: Some people get in touch with their spiritual side through private prayer, yoga, meditation, quiet reflection, or even long walks.
Research shows that even skeptics can't stifle the sense that there is something greater than the concrete world we see. As the brain processes sensory experiences, we naturally look for patterns, and then seek out meaning in those patterns. And the phenomenon known as "cognitive dissonance" shows that once we believe in something, we will try to explain away anything that conflicts with it.
Humans can't help but ask big questions—the instinct seems wired in our minds.
Same with "religious":
Religion is a cultural system of behaviors and practices, mythologies, world views, sacred texts, holy places, ethics, and societal organisation that relate humanity to what an anthropologist has called "an order of existence". Different religions may contain various elements, ranging from "the belief in spiritual beings", the "divine", "sacred things", "faith", a "supernatural being or supernatural beings"  such as God or angels, or "...some sort of ultimacy and transcendence that will provide norms and power for the rest of life.
But, my obsessiveness with precision in language aside, I am appropriately described as spiritual, religious (in the better sense of the term), and as people have occasionally observed, I am also "something else."
Not spiritual . . . I don't have time for supernatural claims
Not Religious . . . I don't have time for "Man Made" supernatural claims
Oh, I'm something else baby! (George Costanza Voice)
I am very religious. I love the Lord God with all my heart and desperately want My heart to b ready for Him when He comes
I am catholic.