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  1. says

    How low can a deity sink?

    Well, deities do magic, so that means they are witches and everybody knows that witches float.

    This also means that god weighs as much a a chicken, so you may be getting more god than you were hoping for when you go to chick-fil-a.

  2. says

    Dammit now I want a chicken sandwich. I’ve been resisting ever since I noticed a (disappointingly) huge crowd of bigots at my mall.

  3. says

    I’ve been resisting ever since I noticed a (disappointingly) huge crowd of bigots at my mall.

    Just think of all the spit they’re eating.

  4. Gregory in Seattle says

    I really want to get that commercial as a stand-alone video, so I can pass it around Facebook and see who gets Poe-ed.

  5. blf says

    The deity isn’t so much sinking as the water, lava, coffee, or whatever it has been thrown into is hurrying to get away from the slimeball. Think Sodium in water, except that’s more entertaining.

  6. DLC says

    If I had that kind of cash, I’d help Mr D. and the crew out. But, right now it’s just not on.

  7. McC2lhu does not have gerseberms says

    Logicpriest, there’s nothing particularly exotic or interesting about Chick-Kil-Gay samishes. I have had better at Wendy’s and Carl’s Jr. Don’t go to the dark side, because its only reward is mediocrity, then guilt over helping the forces of evil.

    Re. the video: That was one of the most clever versions of the series. Getting all the main points about how ludicrous the Bibble’s marriage related laws are while firing off reference jokes and puns like they were loaded into an Uzi was brialliantly done. The use of the ‘ad’ at the end to help along the funding was well done too. This effort inspired me to donate.