Sunday, April 22, 2007

Back With A...Something

So, today, on my first post since Moses was in diapers, I've decided that it's time to correct a grievous error here at Kinda Kitschy. You may recall a small feature known as "Kitschy Wishes". Now, I don't know if I was high, tired, or just really, really hungry when I came up with that name, but I was thinking the other day of how much it sucks. Finally, God bestowed upon me a revelation of the name that I should have given that feature in the first place:

Kitschy Kreations

Yeah, I know. How did I not think of that before? I mean, I am an English major right? A bad English major, considering that I'm spelling "creation" with a K, but an English major nonetheless. You wouldn't think simple alliteration would be beyond my ken. Oh well.

So that's the new name for posts when I bring you the Christian products of tomorrow straight from my imagination. It just so happens that I have such a treat for you today!

Introducing, the Ford Redemption!


I know what your thinking:
That's just a random picture of a Crown Victoria on a golf course!

Well, it's not, okay?

Anyway, the Redemption is America's first Christian car. Ford has always put America first, and what's more American than Jesus?

The Ford Redemption comes with many features exclusive to America's first Christian car, such as a Pre-Installed Jesus Fish!


CD/MP3 Player and Satellite Radio with patented EternaPlay technology which programs your radio with nothing but Christian stations, and keeps it that way!


But best of all, the Redemption features state of the art laser guidance systems, which keep you traveling at or under the speed limit wherever you go!

Another witnessing opportunity from the Redemption!

So take to the road with Jesus and the Redemption, and you'll be singing "In the Highways" before you know it!

My parents conceived me in the back of '79 Humor-Blogs.com!

3 comments:

Miss Kitty said...

The awfulness is astounding...but wait until someone copies your idea and tries to sell Christian cars. No, really, they probably will.

Josh said...

Sorry, but I just couldn't resist posting this. Any blogger that makes fun of things should be able to take a little criticism, right?

You said, "I mean, I am an English major right? A bad English major, considering that I'm spelling 'creation' with a K, but an English major nonetheless. You wouldn't think simple alliteration would be beyond my ken. Oh well."

Shortly thereafter, you said, "I know what your thinking..."

Okay, wait just a minute. You're an English major, and you don't know the difference between the words your and you're? I guess I can't fault you too much since you admitted that you're [note the correct word choice there] "a bad English major."

For what it's worth, I'm not an English major, nor have I ever been.

You did teach me a word, though, so I suppose you redeemed yourself. ;o) I didn't know that the word ken means "one's range of knowledge or sight" until you inspired me to look it up.

Josh said...

Grammar correction: I should have said "Any blogger who makes fun of things..."