Friday, February 06, 2009

Bus Signs of the Times

Faith and Theology has a caption contest going: a humorous bus sign to combat the atheist bus signs in London. The signs on London buses reputedly say: "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life."  Yes, deep stuff.  They have some great counter-entries so far:

There may or may not be a God, 
but if you don't stop reading this sign and watch where you're driving, 
you'll find out soon enough.

There's probably no life 
unless you stop worrying
and enjoy your God

My favorite so far gets the bus sign generator treatment:

Go see them all, and try your own hand at this if you wish.
p.s.  A new reader, Eric, has a great post with theological bus options.


Eric P. said...

If I'm not too forward in plugging my own blog, I think you may appreciate this: There's Probably No Point To This, So Stop Fighting And Enjoy the Humor

The Ironic Catholic said...

I do like it! Thanks for sharing!

LarryD said...

I went to that site a while back and came up with one, too:

"There are no women priests; so stop whining and put down the chalice."

DMinor said...

I'll bite:

If there is no God
why does it bother me
that you believe?

Jeff Pinyan (japhy) said...

Here's my contribution.

Blaise Alleyne said...

The United Church in Toronto had a more subtle tweak:

They actually ran their ads too.

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