Church Sign Epic Fails, “Testicle Festival” Edition

Good news is we’re having a potluck after church today. Bad news is some of the dishes have testicles in them. Enjoy!

Yeah, well, it’s not like he’s using them for anything, being a virgin and all…

You’re telling me.

Ironically, it’s the story about when Jael drove the tent stake through Heber’s head. Here’s hoping he’s not a prophet!

I hear T-Mobile’s reception totally sucks down there. Like, only 3G. Talk about hell!

I’m not sure, but I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.

Must be all the stress from walking up that hill to church. But props for putting out a sign letting us know there was no new…oh wait.

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  • Pastor Richard

    Uh oh. Thanks for reminding me that people make fun of things they aren’t familiar with. I just saw the Testicle sigh online today. My chairman of deacons and I think it’s a great idea to try at our small cattle-country church. We *are* nuts for The Lord, we *do* eat calf fries, and it would go a long way toward getting across the fact that for all our liturgical ways, we are not stuffed shirts or prudes.