Reverend says his "spit or swallow" sign was not a sexual reference


#1

Originally published at: http://boingboing.net/2016/10/06/reverend-says-his-spit-or-sw.html


#2

He said God took care of the sign by blowing it over with a gust of wind.

He then added, “Yep, that was quite a blow job. What? Does THAT mean something else, too?”


#3

Never mind. Too easy.


#4

He said God took care of the sign by blowing it over with a gust of wind.

Great seeing that god has his priorities straight. Hate seeing him get too bogged down in Aleppo or other hotspots.


#5

I find that…hard to swallow.


#6

What a ding dong.


#7

When I saw this I didn’t know whether to gulp or do a spit take!


#8

Someone else already finished that one off, anyways.


#9

Let me guess; this guy can read the line “And the angel answered and said unto her, The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee” with a straight face as well…


#10

I believe him. People can be pretty naive. And the reference as far as forgiveness works. You swallow the hostility and hurt you want to spit back out.


#11
Reverend says his “spit or swallow” sign was not a sexual reference
Sexual references are the best part of my dating resume.

#12

I was slow, but I couldn’t improve on @ophmarketing’s post anyway.


#13

yeah, i actually will give him the benefit of the doubt here. i can see it working in a forgiveness way, and that’s the context given. it just happens to be funnier in the “OMG SEX” context.


#14

He wouldn’t be the first one to blow it.


#15

Well…it made me choke.


#16

It must be hard going through life thinking like a 14 year old boy.


#17

When I was a 14 year old boy it was hard at the most inopportune times.


#18

To be fair, given the top one is Lutheran, I’m fairly sure they meant the joke as we’re reading it. The other two, probably not.


#19

Interpretations on who the ‘bride’ is vary substantially; but “Christ the bridegroom” is very, very canon(unless one is Jewish, of course; they tend not to be fans of the sequel); and you aren’t really much of a bridegroom without a bride; nor is it generally considered a proper marriage without a consummation; so some comparatively overt potential-jesus-sex is very much on the table; it’s not just something the snarkers came up with to amuse themselves.


#20

This reminds me of my favorite way to make the Campus Crusade for Christ people evangelizing to me leave when I was in college, “You know how I know Jesus loves me? He swallows.”