Monday, October 11, 2010

Caption Contest #90

The Jesus van

Caption away in the midrash box.
UPDATE!  We have a winner!
From Dave:
"I heard the honk of a horn and a smell as of burning rubber. Then Michael, the Archangel, came pealing 'round the corner with his heavenly vanguard, and a third of the cars were swept from the street."

A (very) loose translation from Revelation

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19 comments:

The Merry said...

Whaddya mean "No Dogs"?

Anonymous said...

ever heard of "overkill"?

Shark Bait said...

We'll scare the Hell right out of you.

ArchAngel's Advocate said...

A. All dogs go to heaven
B. This van says "No dogs"
Therefore, this van does not go to heaven.

Tim said...

The fact that they didn't use Comic Sans is proof of God's mercy!

Roz said...

Not exactly a party crowd.

Gina said...

...and you thought the Pope-Mobile was something to see.

Saints.SQPN.com said...

...and we all thought that those Viking murals on vans in the 70's were tacky...

CMinor said...

Uh...did Jesus mention anything about sending out a Second Coming advance team?

CMinor said...

Archangel's Advocate:
Of course not. There's probably a sticker on the back bumper that reads, "In case of Rapture, this van will be unmanned!"

But what's with specifying No Dogs and No Pigs? Would loading, say, a Charolais steer into the van be okay?

Panda Rosa said...

Of course, "No Dogs" might mean the driver's a Georgia Tech fan...

Will I get in trouble if I DON'T honk if I love Jesus?

CMinor said...

Panda Rosa,
In that case I guess he's no fan of Arkansas, either.

Daria said...

Mrs.O'Brien is now reconsidering using protestant homeschool curriculum after her children decided to do their graphic design homework on the family van.

Dave said...

"I heard the honk of a horn and a smell as of burning rubber. Then Michael, the Archangel, came pealing 'round the corner with his heavenly vanguard, and a third of the cars were swept from the street."

A (very) loose translation from Revelation

ArchAngel's Advocate said...

Dave, was that from the "Street Racer's Bible" translation?

Dave said...

More like the "Wacky Races Bible" edited by Dick Dastardly and his dog Muttley (yes, I wasted my youth on Saturday cartoons) :-)

ArchAngel's Advocate said...

My copy is autographed by Penelope Pitstop

DMinor said...

"Tonight's church dinner will be catered by the Rev. Billy Bob's all beef Bar-B-Q . . . ."

CMinor said...

So, D, then "Turn or Burn" is a cooking instruction and not an eschatological prophecy?