Thursday, July 23, 2009

INDECISIVE AND IT FEELS SO GOOD

For the love of God, just pick one, all right?!! I'll bet it takes you two hours to order lunch at McDonald's.

13 comments:

Jim Olson said...

It's for Unitarian-Universalists. I've seen this collection of symbols on the wall behind the pulpit in a UU church in the Boston area...

Sylvia Peck said...

And no cross.

Anonymous said...

i also thought it was interesting that they used the fish instead of the cross. I guess the cross was too scary of a symbol...

Anonymous said...

Pick one from column A, and two from column B.

But a couple hours later, (after theological indigestion passes) you'll still be spiritually hungry. . .

S. Durham said...

Heresy. What is there left to say. I don't see any Christian Symbols either. I'm glad I'm a traditional Anglican and no longer an Episcopalian.

Anonymous said...

and they leave out so many, a Swastika, Odin's eight legged horse, a peace sign, the eight pointed star of Scientology ...

Anonymous said...

There goes the 1st Commandment...

RevNeal said...

This looks like some of the crap I've seen my fellow United Methodists wear. Lord help us!

Anonymous said...

Where is the cross? Or is it too offensive, much better to go with a peaceful Jesus fish so as not to ruffle any feathers with a cross or crucifix

1389 said...

This reminds me of those "Coexist" stickers - which I detest.

For some funny takes on that:

Enough with the Coexist stickers already!

Amy said...

Hate to break it to you, but about 5 billion people in this world are not Christians. Some of us actually think that all of the religions symbolized here have just as much wisdom as Christianity.

--One of those heretics, and proud of it

Kristen said...

There's nothing wrong with using a fish rather than a cross to symbolize Christianity -- especially given it was legitimately used early in Christian history.

Some of the other posts on this blog are legitimately funny/awful, but this one? FAIL. Christians aren't the only ones to wear some sort of vestment.

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