Friday, November 07, 2008

PFG, Carter. PFG.

See? I wasn't making it up.



Even worse, as I'm pulling up my car alongside to take a picture, I notice the owners' neighbors are out and about in their yard. Shit, might have been the owners for all I know. Did I care? Hell no (I mean, look at it), but I only took the one picture...

Again, this is parked on the street perpendicular to mine, so at least they aren't my neighbors. (Did they lose a bet? Seriously.)

7 comments:

alex said...

...I love that it's a magnet. Because they're hardcore, but not quite hardcore enough to go for the Jesus Saves paintjob and lower the resale value of their car.

MacGuffin said...

From a purely Christian viewpoint, kinda cheapens Christ's suffering, doesn't it? At least, I would think it does... difficult to judge, lost my faith years and years ago around the age of twelve.

Just tacky, really.

alex said...

(Also, how tasteless is it of me to wonder why there are claw-like scratch-marks across Jesus' nippleless man-breasts?)

Veloute said...

LOL I wondered the same thing. What's with the claw marks?

You live in a great place.

And believe "on"?

It's so bizarre that this is the one time it's "okay" to have a picture of someone violently murdered handily magnetized to your car... because it's religious...

Ellen Aim said...

Alex: Lol! So true. They're not THAT nutty. Wish they were.

MacG: Growing up here, it all just comes off as tacky to me these days. The gooey stuff, the hardcore gorey stuff, all of it.

Alex: I KNOW!! I wondered that, too!!! WTF??? The "art" aspect of it is truly baffling. And where ARE his nipples???

Vel: I live in a great place. Can I move now?

This would make a great argument in "The God Delusion." I sort of want to stick a brutal murder magnet of some random dude on the side of my car and park it beside theirs.

Just fer kicks, you know...

Triana said...

I'm am truly horrified in new ways I never thought possible.

GADS.

Ellen Aim said...

Just when I think Texas has nothing new for me...I am proved horribly wrong.