Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Verily, I say Unto Thee, They're Always After Me Providence Charms!

Miss Kitty from Educated and Poor sent me this. Now, I'm not sure what kind of seedy places she's hanging around at where she can get pictures like this. I'm worried about her. We might need to stage an intervention.

Anyway, here's the piece:

In case you have the eyesight of a diabetic bat, this tie is littered with pictures of golden hearts, folded hands, Crosses, Bibles, and music notes. I'm not really sure what the music notes have to do necessarily with the rest of the items, but oh well.

Hey...this gives me an idea! Hearts, Hands, Crosses, Bibles, Music Notes!

Providence Charms! The Christian Cereal! As Christians, we all know that there's no such thing as luck. Now, you can send that message to the world with your breakfast! Providence Charms, part of a well-balanced breakfast. This commercial interruption brought to you by Kitschy Wishes!

If only I had the photoshop skills of Diesel, of Mattress Police fame, this fake ad would have looked ten times better.

I always start my day off right, with a hearty bowl of Humor-Blogs.com!


Megan said...

Actually, what you mistook for music notes are actually the words "I ♥ Jesus." Cute, no?

Gregory said...

Cute? No.

Diesel said...

I don't know, that's pretty good photoshopping.

I wonder about the "charms" part though. Maybe Providence Relics? Sounds tasty.

The Ironic Catholic said...

I'll be there for the intervention.

Miss Kitty said...

Y'all, I live in the Bible Belt. You don't have to go far around here to find awful Christian kitsch.

And Megan beat me to the "I [heart] Jesus" on the tie. It was at a mall kiosk in Oxford, Alabama. My mom saw it and said, "You HAVE to send this to Kinda Kitschy!"

Gregory said...

Your mom knows about Kinda Kitschy?

Guys, her mom knows about my blog.

I think I just became a real boy.

Miss Kitty said...
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Miss Kitty said...

A real boy! Better tell Gepetto!

My mom's cool like that. :-)

Joel Bezaire said...

That box of cereal just became the desktop of my computer. Maybe forever.

That is hilarious stuff, Gregory.

Big Ear Creations said...

Hey there... just wanted to let you know that I featured your blog on mine today.

Really enjoying it!

Say No to Crack said...

You know, there's probably a HUGE market for Providence Charms ... I'd buy some!

John said...

You mentioned that, as Christians, we know there is no such thing as luck. Reminded me of something at a church I used to attend that I always thought was funny. They not only did not believe in luck, they didn't even want to mention it. So, on months that had five Sundays, this church would have a pot-blessing on the fifth Sunday. For those of you who just missed that, most sane people call them potlucks.

Remember, enjoy Sister Emily's Rum Cake in moderation.