Church Sign Epic Fails, “Homosexuality Is In” Edition

I’m certainly not one to advocate for vandalism of private property, but you know, sometimes the right letters just fall clean off a church sign and suddenly unbridled bigotry looks a hell of a lot more like the Greatest Commandment. Just sayin…

Okay, total Church sign win. These guys literally kicked the “S” out of this church sign. And it’s that much better for it.
I always get Tearsday and Thistday mixed up…which is why I’m always ready to scrap, come Fightday!
So, kids, the message is, kids: no smoking in church.
This has actually been bumped up to being the First Commandment in Baltimore and Detroit.
And by “rest,” I mean the faint idea of a good buzz, followed by a bloated feeling and heartburn.
I like to spin a little “Did she seriously wear that?” followed by a double shot of “Oh no he di-int!”
Bad news, guys. Turns out the Bee Gees are dropping like flies. Time to update the cultural references, methinks, maybe to someone more…living.
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    Sunday: Sun’s Day. The Sun gave people light and warmth every day. They decided to name the first (or last) day of the week after the Sun.

    Monday: Moon’s Day. The Moon was thought to be very important in the lives of people and their crops.

    Tuesday: Tiw’s Day. Tiw, or Tyr, was a Norse god known for his sense of justice.

    Wednesday: Woden’s Day. Woden, or Odin, was a Norse god who was one of the most powerful of them all.

    Thursday: Thor’s Day. Thor was a Norse god who wielded a giant hammer.

    Friday: Frigg’s Day. Frigg was a Norse god equal in power to Odin.

    Saturday: Seater’s Day or Saturn’s Day. Saturn was a Roman god.