Friday, May 02, 2008

All rise!

43 comments:

Michael said...

This one made me laugh real hard. I love the things you come up with! Keep up the good work!

marcus said...

LOL -- Damn that's funny!

lucky7s said...

That was a great one to start the day with! Hilarious.

peterconiglio said...

fantastic! I'm sure Hemant Mehta will appreciate. :-)

Dr. JJ said...

Brilliant!! :D

japhy said...

We're working on the "droning crowds" part, thankyouverymuch. :)

talljay said...

God damn funny!

Anonymous said...

loved it - I was thinking I would see a Indiana Jones Temple of Doom reference.

Frank Sands said...

Why not both? If there was a chance of meeting zombies, maybe I would attend to Mass, eventhough I'm not a religious person.

mellowbeing said...

Hahaha! I've been lurking on your blog for a little while now but this one made me come out of hiding. It's all too true - this coming from a girl who went to 11 years of Catholic school and is now agnostic ;)

Carla said...

Oh my... sooooooo perfect!

Chaz said...

Sheer excellence.

Though, I might have specified "Catholic Mass" to avoid potential confusion among the lower ranks. This IS the internet, after all. It's easy for people here to get confused.

Julie said...

Brilliant.

Lemons said...

Appropriately, I've frequently heard Easter described as "zombie Jesus day".

Christopher said...

Body of Christ? or BRAINZ!

Eyebrows McGee said...

I'm so adding this to my powerpoint slides for my lecture on Catholicism in World Religions!

Anonymous said...

Either way, both are out to destroy your BRAINS!

a blawger said...

Witty, insightful & didactic. I love it!

Anonymous said...

This made me add you do my google reader. Good job!

KellyD said...

ROFL. I'm cathloic AND my son has a zombie thing going on. this was tooo too funny. I'm going to forward it to my parish priest. He has a great sense of humor.

professionelle datenrettung said...

You provide a nice direction by your art.I like it.

tmu said...

you probably have already answered this, but i linked your blog off my daughter's blog (Tankard of tea @ blogspot), and have not yet read all your posts.....

do you make these all up yourself? You are a genius! And they are hysterical! I love them!

kathy

Eric Hernandez said...

That was AWESOME! I sent it to my friend who is a priest. Hopefully it makes it's way to the Pope and Benedictine reads it and shoots milk out of his nose!

Jim said...

lol, that should say Catholic Mass tho, Ive been to other denomintions' Masses and they do not drone when they sing

Lili said...

Very good - great stuff!

trojjer said...

Brilliant :) I went to a Catholic school where I had to endure this sort of thing... It was merely the next closest secondary school available, because someone from the first choice shot me in the neck with an air rifle. At least they didn't force you to pray, and you could easily get away with singing alternative lyrics during those bloody hymms. (Hmm, more zombie activity?)

Liam said...

I'm Protestant, and play in the rock band at my church, so I can appreciate this from the "dark side".

You forgot one thing, though: disaffected churchgoers don't move when they sing. Zombies move--slowly, yes, but they move. ;o)

mirc said...

you probably have already answered this, but i linked your blog off my daughter's blog (Tankard of tea @ blogspot), and have not yet read all your posts.....

Anonymous said...

Since Jesus died then rose from the grave, by definition he is in fact a zombie. Just be glad they didn't have shopping malls in biblical days or we all would be cursed to pay for man's sin.

Awesome McCool said...

All I have to say is I'm more fearful of a zombie takeover then a vengful God... I'm ready for a zombie attack, are you?

Ros said...

Very funny. I think this link may be forwarded on to a few friends of mine! :D

boom said...

"All Rise"
Snerk

Ian Thorpe said...

My wife is a recovering catholic. I asked her, "Why did you never tell me it was so much fun?"

Anonymous said...

Just call it "Eucharist" and it's still one word, just easier to understand. (Heck, I'm not even Catholic.)

Anonymous said...

Yes i agree that`s really BRILLIANT. However i was wondering, considering you are so intelligent and you have so much sense of humor, if you can repeat this amazing joke but now based on the Islam.

I supose that that you dont have enough courage to do it.

It`s to much easy to joke about someone that is not going to defend him self.

Greetings and congratulations again.

David

The truth will set you free
John 8:32

Anonymous said...

It's a joke, no need to get offended.

Also, you challenge her to engage in activity that you believe will bring her some sort of retribution. Pretty much like saying "Go play in traffic". Not very church like, hmm?

Anonymous said...

Or perhaps "Black Sabbath Re-union" concert?

an Eastern Orthodox Christian said...

To David:
Islam doesn't include the incarnation, let alone transubstantiation, so no one can accurately make this joke with Islam.
Just try to enjoy the work of the artist without feeling victimized.

A good index card for the cartoon crisis would be a rising curve with axes "Muslims portrayed as violent" and "Muslims threatening violence."

Efogoto said...

Poor David, suffering from Jihad Envy.

Brownian said...

It`s to much easy to joke about someone that is not going to defend him self.

Especially when him writes and spells so badly.

Please Lord, if you really do exist, send us a miracle. Nothing special; a literate member of your faith would do fine.

Natalie said...

Hey Anonymous, your bigotry is showing.

I am so wise said...

Go read the literature on the topic and then revise this silly post. No where in the historiography is there any indication that zombies drink blood. I recommend that you start with Oral History of the Zombie War or The Zombie Survival guide.

Anonymous said...

from David

The truth will set you free
John 8:32


oh, the irony!

 
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