Thursday, July 22, 2010

It's a singing Mother Teresa doll. It speaks for itself.

I mean, what can you say about it? (Aside from not seeing anything close to a resemblance...and no, I don't know what music it plays.)

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Need a hand?

I've got two for ya. *shudder*

Sunday, July 18, 2010

But does he know why kids like Cinnamon Toast Crunch?

Poor Jesus looks like something out of Planet of the Apes, the terrible remake version. And why, after seeing how the first one turned out, did thesecond guy go back for round two?!

Friday, July 16, 2010

Shake your groove thang.

Can you believe I got this for a dollar, NEW?!

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Send down the fire of your justice

Then bottle it as a sauce:

I seriously wish I could tolerate food with even the faintest hint of heat, because I love this bottle so much.

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Did you ever see that episode of Family Guy...

...where Peter becomes obsessed with the song "Surfing Bird" and drives the family nuts, so they destroy his record and he tries to buy a CD from a guy at a music shop and it turns out that the guy working there is Jesus and we find out that he comes back every 1000 years or so just to see how things are going, get out of the house a little?

Apparently that was based on fact. He's ba-ack! And still in customer service, apparently.

Saturday, July 10, 2010


He's decorating God's highway now.

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Your guess is as good as mine.

I have no idea what this is or what it means, but damn it I'm having fun guessing.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

I found these at a local dollar store and got them for a friend of mine - a Lutheran minister - for Christmas a couple of years ago. They were well-received.

Maybe too well-received, because now every year she gets Jesus kitsch from me. So far I've had no complaints!

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Yeah, I still exist. This blog hasn't been...Left Behind.

First of all, apologies to both of my readers: I haven't been able to sit down and do anything internet-related in a couple of weeks.

One thing I did get done in my recent days, between bouts of insane busyness, was plow through Left Behind, which I'm pretty sure is, like, Twilight for religious people. It was sexist, it was condescending to non-Christians and the writing was terrible. But I'll probably read the rest of them. What can I say? I like a good apocalypse.

I learned something else that piqued my interest: the series has been given the Muppet Babies treatment. There's a series called Left Behind: The Kids. I was under the impression that those under the age of adulthood were automatically raptured with the Godly adults, but it's entirely possible that I'm wrong.

I didn't take these pictures, can't remember who did.

I'm really way more interested in starting this series than I am in slogging through the rest of the original recipe series. It seems like it would have double the unintentional hilarity - the people writing the first book couldn't write adults' dialogue; I can't begin to imagine how they would write teenagers.

Also, I'm willing to bet money that Lionel turns out to be the token black kid.