Tuesday, October 24, 2006

False Advertising

Wouldn't serving drinks in these give people unrealistic expectations about the contents?


John 7:37-38: If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of kitsch.

Well, that's what it seems like, anyway.

7 comments:

Joel Bezaire said...

We are going into business together, Gregory...


KITSCH LITE! The new, Christian beer. The bottles could have Thomas Kinkade paintings on the label. "Made with living water and hops from the Holy Land".

You gotta admit...it's an untapped market. Who's with me?

Gregory said...

Kitsch Lite! Always a good decision!

Diesel said...

Holy crap, your site is terrible. I'm actually getting physically ill looking at this stuff. How can you even stand it? Do you have to wear a special suit so the stupid radiation doesn't give you brain cancer? And I thought it was bad when I ran across the boxed set of the purchase-, er, purpose driven life crap at CostCo the other day. Oh, you're going up on my links, young man. That'll learn you.

Gregory said...

Immunity to Jesus Junk is my super-power.

Allen said...

Um, if the promise that you'll never thirst again is included in the "Living Water" of Kitsch Lite, I'm afraid you won't sell very many.
I do remember a Maccabean beer in Jerusalem, though.

Joel Bezaire said...

You may never THIRST again, but you will need to drink again to forget about all of this Kitsch. That's where the profit margin lies.

Allen said...

Fair enough. I'll have one.