Thursday, February 15, 2007

Scary stories.

40 comments:

Stacy said...

Out of reverence I probably shouldn't laugh, but come on, that's just clever!

ziptie said...

Hmmm, didn't you do one similar to this not long ago?

pujamad said...

hi Jessica, this is quite something for me.. that you can articulate your thoughts this way. I even wrote about it in my blog. fun!

Dirkie said...

Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance.

Although i'm commenting for the first time, i've been enjoying your site for a while now. A lot. Don't stop!
Thanks.

hfm said...

Love your blog.

CJ said...

The other option would be the Holy Trinity.

Anonymous said...

That is incredibly clever!

(And, sorry CJ, you ruiedn the joke by pointing out the Holy Trinity inspiration. )

Nate said...

I disagree; I think that the fact that the 3 circles intersected makes a triquetra makes it funnier.

T Mcleod said...

CJ = DUH

austin said...

these are great

Anonymous said...

RSS feed, please!

Anonymous said...

Heard you on Penn's show. Great work!

Turtle said...

Damn, this is funny. Mainly because you get to imagine what the story would be like. I run a webcomic similar to this in that I only give some plot elements and let you imagine the rest.

Heqit said...

I must be irreligious -- the first thing that popped into my mind was "Camp at Elsinore!"

Kergillian said...

Brilliant!

gillen said...

LOL!

LuccyInTheSky said...

huahuahuahua... Doesn't sound like you had a lot of fun....

Preebs said...

I just heard you on the Penn Jillette Radio Show. Keep up the good work and beware the "Pull of the Weasel"

James said...

I'm just relieved you didn't add 'inappropriate touching;' that would take it too far.

Whoops.

Gelatoallimon said...

gooooood!

Chris said...

Heehee, lets all educate cj on the dynamics and role of misdirection in humor and wit.

Anonymous said...

The creepy/cool thing is I was listening to the Penn podcast (congrats!) and right when I found your site and found this diagram was right when the caller was talking about it. Scary fun. This is brill stuff!

ENGL 1020 said...

A fine, rhetorically efficient reduction of Hamlet for the Boy Scouts of America.

BlueNight said...

That's almost identical to my diagram of Triessentialism, a simple reiterative systematic philosophy that explains everything. But funny joke.

heather said...

well we know what YOU did all weekend :)

Anonymous said...

this is gonna make me crack up every time i hear a prayer now lol

Tom McLeod said...

Hint of controversy, Quick to understand, fast laughter - T-SHIRT!

Anonymous said...

Hysterical!

Carol said...

I'm afraid of you! You're too funny!

Great blog you've got here.

Cheers!

MasterCKO said...

oh man, this is hilarious.

I love the punchline.

Anonymous said...

Jessica...you are so clever and funny! It's a relief to know that someone so young GETS IT! Good work!

Anonymous said...

Jessica...you are so clever and funny! It's a relief to know that someone so young GETS IT! Good work!

Anonymous said...

Thank goodness I'm not the only viewer of this diagram to notice the Holy Trinity alternative. However, the term "Spirit" when referring to the Third Person of YHWH is the best English can come up with.

Oscar said...

I am glad I listen to Penn's podcast. Jessica, yours is the wittiest blog I've ever come across!

Anonymous said...

o.k that is really freaky

Anonymous said...

oh my gilly gally GOSH!!!!! a lot of people have responded 2 tht 1!!! (altho it is VERY gd!)

Anonymous said...

you could add another circle intersecting father and son and call it the trinity and have both.

Anonymous said...

YOU ARE SOOOOO STUPID ET A FREAKING LIFE

Scary Stories said...

LOL. This is hilarious.

fat girl said...

oh double snap!

 
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