“Good Friday doesn’t count THAT much, does it?”
As we saw in yesterday’s post, there are a surprising amount of Holidays that occur throughout America, ranging from “Well that’s just stupid” to “Oh I guess I’ve heard of that.” In honor of this week being the week of America’s fucking birthday, we’re continuing our five part feature on Holidays in America. Continuing onward…
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Posted in America's Holidays
Tagged A Week of Holidays, America, Barack Obama, Casimir Pulaski Day, Clint Howard, Emancipation Day, Good Friday, Holidays, Illinois, Jesus, Juneteenth, Mad Anthony Wayne, Sufjan Stevens, Wisconsin
~Make it Meta
To be honest, we wanted to post a solid image of the week. But then all the apocalypse/end of days talk has put on on edge. So we decided to just give you a picture of a DJ version of Jesus. Because that seems pretty cool…Unless today is the rapture. Shit. Anyway. Rapture. DJ. Jesus…
Have a good weekend everyone.
If you’ve ever read the constitution, there’s probably some section in there about how church and state need to do their own thing. We at AFFotD agree with that. Too much Jesus talk makes us feel sort of weird, but honestly there’s just one religion out there that really freaks us out. You know the one. The one that likes fire so much.
Yup. Zoroastrians are weird. We’re fine with all other religions though, but we’d rather not talk about them. Really, as long as you aren’t those goddamn Persian Zoroastrians, or the Westboro Baptist Church, we’re okay with you, but aren’t going to talk about you much.
But, while we choose not to get into religious discussions, we do appreciate it when religions try to convince people to go to their houses of worship, only to do so with hilariously accidental sexual innuendo.
Basically, this is just a veiled excuse to post funny church signs. So enjoy.
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Posted in America Fun Fact of the Day
Tagged America, Bible, Chris Hansen, Church Signs, Hinduism, Jesus, New Testament, Ridiculous Church Signs, Ron Jeremy Rap, Westboro Baptist Church, Zoroastrians