Oh, you Bible literalists.
Aye, Rick. Imagine walking up behind Fred Phelps’ evil daughter, clouting her round the head with one of her own placards, and, as she’s lying on the pavement looking dazed, saying, “Well, you did ask for a sign.”
Oh well. I just posted the picture, too. I won’t take mine down just because you had it first, MP. A gift is a gift.
Oh, truly, truly EXCELLENT!!!
Oh, I think clouting Fred Phelps’s daughter on the back of the head with pretty much any object would be fairly satisfying.
Oh no, I’ve been led astray. The Phelps comment gave me way too much dellight. Thanks MP.
Five of the six comments on this so far start with the word “oh”.
The other one starts with “aye”.
Is there meaning in this?
Aye, Cathy! Don’t ask me what the meaning is, just look for the signs….
Gee, you think perchamps it’s on purpose (let’s get another one going)?This kid loves it !
I invited Satan into my life when I was younger and stupider…seems he’s Still here!!
Yeah. Like Satan would want your life, David. I think not.
Orlando has one just off of the East-West Expressway that is green and it says:
You can always look to me for directions.— Billboard
I’d get a photo of it, but I’m usually rushing past it on my way to work. 🙂