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Dec 17 2009

And now, for your enjoyment, today’s clueless-theist-with-no-sense-of-irony moment

I offer no comment.

HT: Jennifer Juniper via Facebook.

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  1. 1
    Lurker

    I have no comment to offer either. I do not believe any is possible.

  2. 2
    Don

    Oh, boy. Thanks for that, Martin. I will be giggling like a schoolgirl for the rest of the night now.

  3. 3
    Rhys Halliwell

    The handwriting says it all. I'm surprised that she didn't use the standard backwards 's' that little kids use to evoke sympathy on their lemonaid stands.

  4. 4
    eta.tauri

    Wow.. I wonder if she actually wrote that or if it was a 4 year old. The penmanship is hilarious.

  5. 5
    Pinkydead

    Is there some more innocent meaning of the word "teabagging" that would explain this?

  6. 6
    Martin

    Well, that would depend on how elastic your definition of the word "innocent" is.Warning: once you click the link, you will never be able to unlearn the information there.

  7. 7
    Sparrowhawk

    Oh come on. You know she'd do it if he asked.@pinkydead: No, but the whole "tea party" thing was dubbed "teabagging" by liberal commentators like Olbermann, etc as a crack at how stupid it is. I guess this lady didn't figure that part out.

  8. 8
    Ing

    Yes cause Jesus had so much to say about American political process.

  9. 9
    Martin

    Sparrowhawk: A little clarification: the first appearance in the media of the phrase teabagging was the photo of a Freeper's sign at a tea party in this Washington Independent article. This sign, unlike the lady's above, was probably created with a full awareness of the meaning of the term. But that didn't stop folks like Olbermann, Maddow, Anderson Cooper, and Wonkette from running with it. Naturally the tea party crowd have been huffing and puffing in faux indignation at the crude liberal media resorting to fratboy humor to mock their rallies, etc., but you have to know they love it. Any attention is good attention when you're on the political fringe.

  10. 10
    Bud

    Teabagging for Jesus… Now that's the kind of evangelism I can get into.

  11. 11
    AtheistUnderMask

    Religious people should just stay out of everything because once they take a side it makes it really hard for that side to be taken seriously.

  12. 12
    Curt Cameron

    Martin, Pinkydead seemed to know the sexual meaning of the word, she was asking whether there was a non-sexual meaning that she wasn't aware of.

  13. 13
    felix

    I teabag against Jesus. My wife participates, and my cat watches. That's three of us against you alone, granny.We Win.

  14. 14
    Guillaume

    That made my day. A little observation: this might actually be Biblically acurate, depending of the interpretation one makes of the relationship between Jesus and his apostle John. Maybe teabagging is exactly what Jesus did.

  15. 15
    Ing

    "I teabag against Jesus. My wife participates, and my cat watches. That's three of us against you alone, granny."The Hole-y trinity.

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    Jason Jarred

    Oh thankyou martin, that made my day, particularly since I had never come across the term 'teabagging' before. When I read your link I started giggling like a school girl!

  17. 17
    Brian

    Martin I think that the warning should have been before the link :) and you are right I will NEVER be able to unlearn that info.

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