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I can’t explain why, but the camel makes me giggle a lot.
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Jessica Bluemke grew up in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated from Ball State University in 2008 with a BA in Literature. She currently works as a writer and resides on the North side of Chicago.
“It’s a girl!”
Christian Extremists: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqgW-2orQQg
“It’s an [incandescent] girl!”
Very, very, NICE!
Great card, just wish Xmas wasn’t so close, may have to buy them for next year!
Not very imaginative. It is actually copying of Chrisian designs can distorting the message. Is that what the bible mean in saying that Satan is the greatest deceiver? I am not really sure if the quotation is actually biblical but I would think that it describes Satan of the bible pretty well. Someone told me that atheist day is 1st April. Maybe that should be a holiday and atheists can exchange cards then.
Seriously, my uber-Catholic grandmothers would have found these funny. If Satan designed these holiday cards as part of his master plan of deception, hats off to him.
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! The things you say! I swear I’ve never heard ANYTHING like them! SO FUNNY!
Oooh, I think I would like to buy a bunch of these cards and leave one at every manger setup I can get close to. Or how about a card that says “Oh my, he sure looks gay!” (Most of the time he does, with a big smile and the cute little dimples in his cheeks…)
it’s cute. it’s not that clever, but sometimes a point just needs to be made in a simple way to be effective. i’d bet this card gets more shock value in evangelical strongholds and recommend its use there. liberal christians have a pretty established history of trying to incorporate the “female principle” in the constructs relating to christ.
Eh, only so-so. Not much to offer I guess usually leads to lame counterfeits I’ve seen funnier cards that were cleverer that these sold at Christian book stores.
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