Bibles Be Trippin’

This is a real book by Jocelyn & Alayne Ingram and it’s offensive as hell (at least to anyone who finds things on the Internet offensive):

I have to read more… someone put this in all hotel rooms. It’s way more interesting than the Gideons version.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Qu-Quine/1176671728 Qu Quine
  • http://www.last.fm/user/m6wg4bxw m6wg4bxw

    Now Cain said to his brother Abel, “Let’s go out to the field.” While they were in the field, Cain attacked his brother Abel and killed him. And forevermore Cain’s dead brother was known as Disabel.

  • more compost

    I just read that article about R. Crumb’s book. One of the quotes in the article is astonishing:

    “It seems wholly inappropriate for what is essentially God’s rescue plan for mankind.” said Mike Judge, of the Christian Institute, a religious think-tank.

    The bible is God’s rescue plan for mankind? Rescue from what? His own creation? Why don’t these peoples’ heads explode?

  • ortcutt

    This just looks really dumb. There is nothing clever about the excerpt above.

  • http://profiles.google.com/conticreative Marco Conti

    What I find hilarious is that the article on the Telegraph has no comments and it was published in October 2009. Can you imagine the same article about a pornographic bible on one of our online news sites being ignored so by the prude majority?

  • CelticWhisper

    So you’re saying that he’s now disabeled for all eternity?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Harrison/23417637 Michael Harrison

    I would, instead, suggest the lolcat Bible.

  • http://itsmyworldcanthasnotyours.blogspot.com/ wmdkitty

    *groan*

  • Artor

    It’s better than the source material.

  • Artor

    Or maybe they closed & deleted commenting?

  • http://twitter.com/ourdailytrain Our Daily Train blog

    I always suspected that Cain and Abel were the predecessors of liberals and conservatives, respectively.

  • allein

    How about the Brick Testament?

  • http://athmorality.blogspot.com/ Katie Graham

    I find it hilarious. My bar for “offensive” in humor is a lot higher than some people’s on the internet, though. Some of the critiques I’ve read make me wonder if even Mark Twain would have had a chance if he had been dogged by certain internet PC pushers. I think humor should offend some people. It’s a great way to get people talking.

  • Rain

    “It seems wholly inappropriate for what is essentially God’s rescue plan for mankind.” said Mike Judge, of the Christian Institute, a religious think-tank.

    Oh shock and horror. It sounds like someone illustrated some Bible verses that believers never bothered to not gloss over before. Well, now it;’s here, live and in your kitchen, compliments of R. Crumb.

  • Rain

    “It seems wholly inappropriate for what is essentially God’s rescue plan for mankind.” said Mike Judge, of the Christian Institute, a religious think-tank.

    Dude sounds like he knows what he’s talking about. He sounds very authoritative. Citation please. Whooops everything falls apart all of the sudden when we ask for a citation please.. Well, that was easy. What a maroon.

  • Jesus

    Freakin’ HILAROUS!!!!!!

  • Thalfon

    That’s what happens when your heavenly father is an enabeler.


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