You Aren’t a Real Theist Unless You Have the Bling

Clearly, you have to act all Flavor Flav-ish or you’re just not proud of your faith:

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And that’s not even the disturbing picture.

That distinction goes to the image here. But don’t go there if you’re at work… or haven’t eaten lunch yet…

(via LOL god)


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  • Oh Lordy! It’s a good thing that these gents have such sturdy necks to support their bling. Their holy bling.

  • Darryl

    The guy with the cross is disturbing, yes, but what’s even more disturbing is that there is some woman somewhere that gets a turn-on when she sees this guy.

  • Richard Wade

    Somewhere there’s a blurred line between religious jewelry and body armor.

  • Is that Joey Buttafuco or just someone who looks like his name should be Joey Buttafuco?

  • JohnB

    Speedos, bloated hairy bodies and religious bling the size of boat anchors! What a perfectly natural combination.

  • I’m speechless. Truly speechless. I just don’t know if I’ve ever seen anything that disturbing before. Perhaps they’re actually militant atheists who are covertly trying to gross all the real christians out so much that they lose faith?

  • Jen

    If you can’t knock yourself out with your Jesus Jewelry, you don’t love Jesus enough.

  • Cafeeine

    There is more behind the guy with the speedos than personal bling. In the Orthodox church (the Greek is the one that I know of) there is a tradition on Epiphany Day that the priest throws a cross into a body of water to bless it and several people (traditionally boys, but older men can also participate) dive in to retrieve the cross. see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphany_Day