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I was at a Minnesota Skeptics Drinking Skeptically last night and we moseyed into the topics of religion and the bible. Someone mentioned that there are two creation stories in the book of Genesis, and I was a little bemused to realize I didn’t know what they were talking about. I read the bible in its entirety back in college, but it’s been a while. I looked at the group and said, “I hate to say this, but I think I’m going to have to read the bible again.” One of the guys got a huge grin on his face and told me that he had the perfect version for me:

Of all that is unholy, Y U NO TELL ME THIS EXISTED?

The book contains some of the more better-known biblical stories, but the LOL Cat Bible Translation Project that started in 2007 has translated everything into lolcat.

Here’s an example of Adam wussing out before God (Ceiling Cat, of course) and blaming Eve for his decision eat the apple:

*sniff* I love my life.


  1. michael scottshappe says

    Um….I thought you already knew about it? :-)

    I mean, if anyone in my world was already going to know about this, I figured it would be you! :-)

    (that’s my excuse and I’m sticking to it)

  2. Jude says

    It almost makes me wish I was still a Christian – I’d bring this translation to church every week, and read from it with a perfectly straight face.

    And I would be sure to pause and glare sternly at anyone that started giggling :D

  3. F says

    Teh LOL Cat Bible is very pretty in print, with all the purple paw prints an’ all.

    U no noez? O noes! Nao u noez. Wud ov tell u, if I noez u no noez.

  4. Paula says

    When you are done, let me borrow it Bri. Getting rid of books, don’t want anymore except keepers. Kindle?????

    • Brianne Bilyeu says

      It’s also available on Kindle :D Either way, I’m happy to send you my copy when I’m done with it.

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