It went over just as well as you think it did.
"SANTA OR JESUS?
BELIEVE IN ONE AND BE HAPPY FOR A YEAR
BELIEVE IN THE OTHER AND BE HAPPY FOR LIFE"
All these are true : "The proper way to ask in on your knees!" Seen on Canal St & Jeff Davis in New Orleans.
"God is now here," where the letters are so close together, so it says "Godisnowhere," as in "God is nowhere." Seen in Houma, LA, and Vero Beach, FL.
"Have a Jesus day!" got to me a little at first, but now I think 'Jesus' is my new favorite adjective.
SEVEN DAYS WITHOUT CHURCH MAKES ONE WEAK
Yeah, pretty clever. See what they did here, which was really quite ingenius, is they made week (a period of seven days) and turned it into weak (as in feeble, not strong). I think the people who write these things must also write the cards you buy at dollar stores.
I also saw this one:
ALL MY CHILDREN, TURN TO THE GUIDING LIGHT AS THE WORLD TURNS.
Which makes sense. Old people watch soap operas and go to church. One is a form of entertainment soaked with adultery and sexual deviancy, while the other is a TV show.
"Church is not a spectator sport" (with image of a snowboarder on a mountain)
...because church is an involved and exciting sport, right? X-treme?
I remember one in Dallas proclaiming that Jesus was holding my atoms together. Thanks, Jesus!
We've found some cool stuff in the woods. Now it's time for you to pinkie swear you won't tell mom and dad.
There's a Brainiac. He's not THE Brainiac. However, he's one aspect of Brainiac. Or maybe there's supposed to be a different Brainiac in every universe and they're all cosmically connected, presumably via their brains. Either way, I think this particular Brainiac is the boss Brainiac.
I highly recommend Windows 10 With Mouse + Keyboard Support Edition
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