Thursday, December 2, 2010


You know those signs churches have outside their buildings? You know, the ones with the clever and not-so-clever sayings? I actually think some of them are cute. Not all, of course, but some. Perhaps even most. My favorite one ever is in the picture below. Haha.

The churches around here aren't nearly as fun, but oh well. They don't often preach about how I'm going to hell, so I'll take it.

Anyway. I saw one today on the way to pick up my son that was kinda weird.

No Christ, No Christmas
Know Christ, Know Christmas.

Ugh. Seriously, WTF.

That's not how it goes, anyway.


  1. Put Julius Caesar back in July. He's the reason for the season!

  2. This is a ripoff too.

    I remember when on twitter people were posting, "No god, no love. Know god, know love." You know what became the trending topic? "No god." Christians raged.

  3. haha, i hadn't even thought of it that way.

    No god, no bullshit.
    Know god, know bullshit.

    goldarn: if i remember that come july, i will be faithful in spreading the word.

  4. @ Goldarn - SO doing that this summer!

  5. This July I am not only going to wear a toga, but I'm adding on a vomitorium. Yes. Plan is good.

    Know Christ Know Christmas?!?


    I'm not even going to give my annual "the true origins of Christmas" speech. But now I have a wonderful idea for next year's "Christmas letter".

  6. There's one on my drive to work that currently says "God is the Potter, not Harry".

    Well, actually Harry's last name is Potter.


    Yeah, I don't know.

    Also, why has Janus slipped out of our January? Put Janus back in January! Put Freyja back in February! Put Mars back in March!...


  7. No Christ. Happy Holidays.

  8. Yeah, I like the one about staying in bed and screaming, "Oh God." But the other one made me throw up a little in my mouth.

  9. We should all attend the church of amazing shout-worthy Sunday morning sex.

  10. Yeah, there's a farm compound near me called... shit, I can't remember! Something religious. Anyway, the sign outside says, "Know Jesus, know peace. No Jesus, no peace." Every time I see it I want to pull over and remind them of all the wars fought on behalf of Christianity.