All Dogs Go To Heaven

My friend, Deb forwarded me this email.  Whether it’s true or not, I found it funny.  I actually have an easier time believing it’s real just because of how often I find people that are ‘religious’ are completely devoid of humor.  As if saving your soul means casting out your funny bone.  Enjoy!

 This is literally a ‘church signs’ debate, being played out in a Southern US town, between Our Lady of Martyrs Catholic Church, and Cumberland Presbyterian, a fundamentalist church.  From top to bottom shows you the response and counter-response over time.

The Catholics are displaying a much better sense of humor!  You get the impression that the Presbyterians are actually taking this seriously and are getting a bit upset…


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4 Responses to All Dogs Go To Heaven

  1. Keith says:

    This is not “real” the signs were created at churchsigns generator – and the CP church is not fundamentalist — oh well

  2. Chris says:

    Thanks for stopping in Keith and clarifying. I had my doubts that it was ‘real’ since the pictures are the exact same with the same cars in the background and everything. But it still gave me a chuckle.

  3. Duh says:

    Congratulations Keith for proving her point about the funny bone. You’ve just won an all expense paid trip for two to heavan. Guilt not included.

  4. spispertosy says:

    Terrific site=D Will come back again soon…

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