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#32393 - 11/29/09 08:23 PM 'Tis the season to be blasphemous
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I start getting nauseated the minute stores start stocking Christmas decor. These days, they don't even wait until after Thanksgiving Day. To counteract this annual misery, I like to put up some "alternative" decorations. Inspired a couple of years ago by Morgan's full sized black Christmas tree, I had found a small red tabletop pre-lit Xmas tree at Target. I found a nifty red wired star to invert and place atop it, and I added some Demon-sigil painted mini balls. It looked great.

But I got a little bored with it, and after finding a better looking mini black tree at Borders of all places, I wanted to kick up my blasphemy a notch. So, aside from getting a new tree, I plan on making the most offensive nativity scene imaginable. I'll be keeping it inside, as I don't want my house being vandalized, but be assured, there will bestiality and some sacrificial slaughter involved. I just need to find a cheap nativity manger scene at Target, throw away the figurines that come with it, and put in Dominatrix Virgin Mary getting eaten out by a Wise Man.

Hell, I might as well have fun with this fucking Capitalist free-for-all they call a "holiday".
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#32394 - 11/29/09 08:28 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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...do be so kind as to take pictures.

I typically don't decorate (the one year I actually bought a tree for my friends to throw presents under, it was a two dollar plastic six inch tree. You hit a button and it lit up!), but this year I might. Kinda been something I wanted to do since seeing the Critter Christmas South Park episode...

-CJ
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#32396 - 11/29/09 08:52 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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To Dear Nemesis,

That proposed nativity scene of yours is truly beautiful and worthy and made me feel all soft and sentimental inside.

I would like to do something similar this Christmas in order to honour Jesus and his birth, but I just don't know if I can top your idea.

At this stage I want to either do one of the following:

1.Build a machine which force feeds people turkey and ham etc. and then find a Christian brother and strap him into the machine and force feed him until he explodes. This performance would be accompanied by Bing Crosby's Christmas Carols in the background.

2. Creating my own android Santa, complete with its own biological, chemical and conventional weapons and let it loose inside a large crowded shopping mall so it can do its thing.

3. Contact Dr. Phibes and ask if he can bring back the real Jesus and then program the Jesus to preach the power of orgies and other sinful things.

If Phibes cannot do it then Phibes should murder all of the Christians one by one via the use of animals and things.

Anyway Dear Nemesis your example has inspired me and I hope that my final choice is worthy in your eyes.

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#32398 - 11/29/09 09:20 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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You could always do a scene of Mary getting gangbanged by the wisemen. Some well placed Elmer's Glue will help to complete the look.

PS: I just ordered my first shirt from the Arrogant Atheist website. I'm so excited! \:D
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#32399 - 11/29/09 09:25 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: ]
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Well, it's currently very un-PC to criticize or make fun of Islam, and we've all seen when outsiders blaspheme Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him--lol). So maybe start branching out to include that tyrannical faith as well.
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#32400 - 11/29/09 09:28 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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I considered that scenario...I'm not sure what I'll be doing until I actually get the dolls and come up with some little costumes to dress them in. I might have Mary sucking a Wise Man's cock and getting nailed by the manger donkey. I can make the penises out of Fimo clay and glue them on \:\) I'd really like to find a large enough plastic goat, so I can cut it's head off and glue it to a Ken's body, then have it sacrificing Baby Jesus over the orgy scene.
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#32404 - 11/29/09 11:08 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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Yes I think its important to be able to multi - task in this hurly burly world and branching out is important.

Yes those bandits in bedsheets have had their day!

I have to admit I am a touch uncertain on how to proceed.

I am thinking of creating a 1,000 foot high Salman Rushdie and sending him out to do battle with those towelhead infidels.

That'll learn em!

Or I could send Cat Stevens to bore them to death. (Oops sorry to all those Cat fans.)

I have to admit I am a bit stumped.

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#32406 - 11/30/09 12:03 AM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: ]
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Nemesis, I love you.

You make me smile, and feel all warm and tingly inside.
With your thoughts of holiday blood orgy bits.

Perhaphs you could do the 3 wise men as half naked muslims, in that famous pyramid pose? With the gifts coming out of their asses?

Enjoy, create, but please, please post photos. \:\)

Morg
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#32408 - 11/30/09 01:25 AM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Morgan]
MatthewJ1
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Awwww the posts in this thread make me think of lil bunnies and fluffy ducklings and Koala’s and all manner of sweet things.

And who could forget those lovely emails you may sometimes get where little orphaned kittens are being raised by full grown pit bulls and orphaned puppies by pandas etc.

I am sure that those outrageous turkeys, such as the towel head infidels and the Christian evangelical ratbags would agree with me on this.

Preach the word powerfully by sending your ideas to the king of the glowing and glassy eyed Christian cult leaders Kip McKean and any other weirdos you can think of.

Why not share with the whole world.

Yes! The pyramid is a wonderful idea and photos of it should be on all the Hallmark Christmas cards at the very least!

Hell! It’s going to be a great Christmas! All I have to do is pay for the whole thing now.

P.S. I have decided to go with the Dr. Phibes thing.

Phibes is the only one I can trust with a job like this, as he is the only one who really knows how to take care of business.

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#32572 - 12/05/09 10:12 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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What about Channukah?

I recently saw some sculpted candles in the form of erect dicks...anatomically perfect and to scale (and I don't want to know how they got the mold)...not an uncommon item I suppose, but rife with possibilities. It got me thinking...if you want to immolate Channukah properly as well, you could take seven of these phalus - candles...and...well, I'll leave it to your obviously vivid immagination.

(P.S. the candles ARE circumcized)
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#32576 - 12/06/09 03:44 AM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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YULE HORROR
- by H.P. Lovecraft
December 1926

There is snow on the ground,
And the valleys are cold,
And a midnight profound
Blackly squats o'er the wold,
But a light on the hilltops half-seen hints of feastings unhallowed and old.

There is death in the clouds,
There is fear in the night,
For the dead in their shrouds
Hail the Sun's turning flight,
And chant wild in the woods as they dance round a Yule-altar fungous and white.

To no gale of Earth's kind
Sways the forest of oak,
Where the sick boughs entwined
By mad mistletoes choke,
For these pow'rs are the pow'rs of the dark, from the graves of the lost Druid-folk.

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#32591 - 12/06/09 05:18 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
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'Tis a grove-circled dwelling
Set close to a hill,
Where the branches are telling
Strange legends of ill;
Over timbers so old
That they breathe of the dead,
Crawl the vines, green and cold,
By strange nourishment fed;
And no man knows the juices they suck from the depths of their dank slimy bed.
In the gardens are growing
Tall blossoms and fair,
Each pallid bloom throwing
Perfume on the air;
But the afternoon sun
with its shining red rays
Makes the picture loom dun
On the curious gaze,
And above the sween scent of the the blossoms rise odours of numberless days.
The rank grasses are waving
On terrace and lawn,
Dim memories savouring
Of things that have gone;
The stones of the walks
Are encrusted and wet,
And a strange spirit stalks
When the red sun has set.
And the soul of the watcher is fill'd with faint pictures he fain would forget.
It was in the hot Junetime
I stood by that scene,
When the gold rays of noontime
Beat bright on the green.
But I shiver'd with cold,
Groping feebly for light,
As a picture unroll'd -
And my age-spanning sight
Saw the time I had been there before flash like fulgury out of the night.

I, too, can quoth HP. ;\)
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#32594 - 12/06/09 05:40 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: GillesdeRais]
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Hi,
Came across this last night/this morning.
If after everything, it still doesn't show up, please can someone make it show for me.

Thank you,
Morgan

ps.
The lyrics really fit in here too.

Worst Fuck (music video)



Edited by Nemesis (12/06/09 06:15 PM)
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#32595 - 12/06/09 06:15 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Morgan]
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#32602 - 12/06/09 10:17 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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All right, I know I'm going against the grain on this one but oh well…

I work part-time at a retail store, and although I don’t believe in the virgin birth any more than I believe in Santa, I find myself annoyed that no “Christian” Christmas songs are played over the loud speaker. I sense that censorship is at work, and I HATE censorship. Furthermore, I have to admit that there’s something about “Silent Night” that I find peaceful, and there’s something about “Joy to the World” that makes me happy.

Bring out the Pentagram on Christmas, let the wise men gangbang Mary and celebrate everything else “sacrilegious”. But don’t leave out the traditional stuff, as corny as it might be. It's about more, not less.
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#32619 - 12/07/09 07:03 AM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: William Wright]
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I somewhat agree with you Will. It's almost a little disappointing, how secular Christmas has become (and I certainly agree with you about the censorship), but only in that it makes it more difficult to mock and have fun at the expense of Christians. Ah well, there's always Easter. *sigh*

I'm not particularly big on the music, as I tend to like the funny Xmas songs by Weird Al and The Chipmunks.
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#32629 - 12/07/09 07:15 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: William Wright]
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William;

I don’t know where you could be working, because just about anywhere that I have gone in the past few weeks, there have been Christmas music playing on the speaker system.
This includes Danny’s restaurant last night.
Although it might be possible that since I don’t participate in the shopping season, and avoid the malls as much as possible (Except during the last few days of the season because I enjoy watching frantic people shop) I might have not had the chance to note the lack of Christmas music in those places.
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#32641 - 12/07/09 11:14 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Asmedious]
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I work at CVS (second job, too many hours but that’s another discussion). They play Christmas music, just not the “Christian” kind. I don’t know…all Christmas music gets old after a while, but anything beats the Whitney Houston/Celine Dion crap that dominates the store’s play list. (I love Alvin and the Chipmunks! I’d have to put the Chipmunks, Marilyn Manson and Tony Bennett as my all-time faves – how’s that for variety?)

I understand that organized religions and their bastard children theocracies are responsible for much of the censorship in the world and that it’s ironic that I would not want their messages censored, but I refuse to stoop to their level. I like what I like, and I refuse to limit myself to what others think I should enjoy. That’s as Satanic as poisoned apple pie.
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#32651 - 12/08/09 10:49 AM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: William Wright]
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Having passed my cut off date for shopping in the malls, or anyplace else I might be involuntarily subjected to the kind of music that makes me want to rip people's heads off (and it's not the religiosity... it's the awful fucking music), I don't care what store owners choose to program in their stores as long as THEY CHOOSE IT.

If you decide that you don't wish to play Christmas music in your store, you have the right not to. It's not censorship, even if you refuse to play Christmas music. It's a choice. If the people respond to that choice by either not shopping in that store or by shopping in that store BECAUSE they get respite from the droning of the same agendized music over and over again, they too have made a simple choice.

A simple "Satanic" thought is that "if everyone else is doing something, it's an indicator that maybe I SHOULDN'T." Refusing to follow the crowd by not playing the music isn't censoring anything. It's providing choice.
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#32737 - 12/10/09 12:17 AM Or I suppose you could baptise Fido/Fluffy? [Re: Nemesis]
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And just when you think you've heard it all ... you have to hand it to these lost souls for an ingenious way to make an honest buck in these "end times".

And this is just one of these services; Google "rapture pet care" and you'll get 111,000 hits.

Is this a great country or what?
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#32739 - 12/10/09 12:29 AM Re: Or I suppose you could baptise Fido/Fluffy? [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
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Such a deal!!! And there's all of the potential for continuing profits through the adopting out fees for all of those llamas and camels and the occasional pet spider monkey.

If I was a Christian, I would be so relieved that for just $110.00, I could be sure that my pets would be well cared for when the Rapture ca.....
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#32757 - 12/10/09 05:06 PM Re: Or I suppose you could baptise Fido/Fluffy? [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
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I see that they have a set up in Oregon. I think I might try and get involved in this. Free money for saying I will take care of someone's pet after an event that will never happen, happens? Sign me up!
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#32765 - 12/10/09 07:31 PM Re: Or I suppose you could baptise Fido/Fluffy? [Re: 6Satan6Archist6]
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If they ever set up shop in Virginia, I am so putting in an application. Hell, if the rapture comes, I will travel cross-country (all the abandoned gas stations in the midwest should come in handy for that trip) and pick up your animal.

I honestly want to see that business's economic statement and see how much they're pulling in. Just think of all the other "rapture proof your <blank>" businessess you can think of. Need help taking care of your mentally retarded relative after the rapture, because his handicap doesn't allow him to comprehend Jesus? Or what about your flower garden?

Maybe you want to make sure your guitar collection is safe after the rapture, because if I'm not mistaken, some sects believe that heaven will come down to earth. You don't want to be screwed out of playing your favorite Les Paul when you come back down from heaven, so I'll keep it safe for you until your return!
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#32769 - 12/10/09 08:46 PM Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
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For an extra $10, do they send your pet to you gift-Rapt?

How does one register this sort of scam? Does it qualify as a faith-based non-profit, or a “legitimate” unincorporated business? If these entrepreneurs have the audacity to, they should affiliate with a church here in the U.S. (*The scam originated in Britain.) It would probably net them some government subsidies here.

For laughs, here is a response to the “rescue service”, which I retrieved from the Atheist Camel website:
"To whom it may concern, In Florida the animals will also be raptured with us, so no need for your services!" --- (I hid the person’s I.D. here...mostly out of pity. I know, I know, un-Satanic.)… 12/7/09 in an email to Eternal Earth-Bound Pets. "Evidently Florida has it's own Biblical doctrine that all other states and bibles lack. Who knew??”

I propose a new Satanic Statement, 9-b) "The Christian Church is the best friend Satan has ever had, because it has kept us entertained all these years."
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#32771 - 12/10/09 09:00 PM Re: Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: BFranklin]
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I hate my state. Or rather, the people that reside in it. *sigh*
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#32780 - 12/11/09 06:29 AM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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I’m all for you Blas’tivity scene Nem, good old fashioned ridicule is the order of the day when it comes to household decorations for this ‘festive’ season.

I stumbled upon this contemporary nativity scene, and it just made me laugh. So in the spirit of sharing, here you are, one and all.

http://www.partyvibe.com/forums/attachme...ne-image001.jpg

Oh, buy the way, in the United Kingdom; we call vermin like this “chav's”.


Edited by Room 101 (12/11/09 06:30 AM)
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#32784 - 12/11/09 08:42 AM Re: Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: Nemesis]
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I propose a "post-nativity" scene for Florida...Baby Jesus and the gang being devoured by all those freshly raptured ALLIGATORS.
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#32821 - 12/12/09 01:43 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: William Wright]
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Well, department stores have been getting more secular-minded over the past decade, but I really couldn't care. Would you prefer your consumerist orgy of commercialism with or without the illusion of sanctity? It's still as shameless whether or not you choose to say "Happy Holidays" or "Merry Christmas".

As far as the Nativity blood-orgy goes, you totally need to post some pics when you're done....
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#32822 - 12/12/09 02:13 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: William Wright]
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Personally I like christmas. I decorate, I participate and I wait for my gifts all while sugar plum thoughts of "For Me?" and "For Me?" go through my head. lol

I find the holiday relaxing. Its time off from work for me and a SAG holiday, so nice. Its very pretty to see the lights and the trees and I love looking at Macy's window displays.

But the thing that I love the most is billions of people celebrating a holiday that doesn't belong to them. One the was stolen and a pregnant virgin was attached too. Its the one time of year I get to make everyone feel guilty if they don't buy me something!

What the hell is not to love about this holiday?!?!

Cheers! And buy me something damn it!

V
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#32824 - 12/12/09 05:02 PM Re: Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: Nemesis]
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Not sure if I'm going to have the time or resources to do the anti-Nativity scene this year. I managed to get the Virgin Mary into a bondage outfit made out of electrical tape (and it looks awesome!), but seeing as how I haven't been able to find a suitable "baby Jesus" (I combed the toy aisles--no little baby boy dolls that were small enough!), or a decent manger (amazing how secular the stores are nowadays), I think it's something that will have to wait until next year.

At least I got a new evil tree and lights. Black tree + red LED lights = awesome. I even made a Santa hat for my fake raven to put on my altar.

Victoria, I know what you mean about the presents! I end up buying myself more gifts this time of year, since I have the mentality of "one for me, one for you" when I go shopping. Plus, some of the deals that the stores are offering can't be found at any other time of the year.
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#32826 - 12/12/09 05:54 PM Re: Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: Nemesis]
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You have a 'fake' Raven on your altar?! I could never suitably anesthetize the real one (Chico) on mine (Corvus corax). Without him/her jumping off the altar and attacking my cat, I wouldn't be able to impress non-family members into submission...Kudos to you Nemesis! BTW - They really love it when you clip their wings and feed them their own ground up feathers in gruel. (joke)
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#32839 - 12/12/09 11:16 PM Re: Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: Nemesis]
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 Originally Posted By: Nemesis
Victoria, I know what you mean about the presents! I end up buying myself more gifts this time of year, since I have the mentality of "one for me, one for you" when I go shopping. Plus, some of the deals that the stores are offering can't be found at any other time of the year.


I always liked the way my father fairly divided items. "One for you, One for me. Two for you, One, Two for me. Three for you, One, Two, Three for me". He always came out ahead lol
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#32849 - 12/13/09 05:24 AM Re: Rapture Offer Not Valid in Florida [Re: FdB]
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I have always loved Christmas, even the last few years of my non or anti-Christianity. To be honest it's a great family holiday, I love the sweet home feeling, the snow, the pretty lights, the happy moods, and the movies. Christmas dinner is great, and even though my family has changed a lot over the years my mom and I guess dad always go out of their way to make it special for me and my younger brother. Your mentioning of different forms of sacrilege sounds really interesting though, and I might try and construct some really cool tree or maybe nativity scene. My family never used a nativity scene but something pornographic and offensive may be in order.
I also agree that I want more christian music in the stores though as Jake999 brought up, any business that doesn't keep it's customers happy will be less successful. I as a Satanist still greatly enjoy this music, I love Flyleaf also, and its really nice to me, even though of late I have been getting even sicker of Christianity. I have somehow successfully transferred my anti-christianism to my younger brother, and I discovered that in his spare time he has compiled a list he calls "Bible fail" where God says some ridiculously un-Christian things. If there is a request for it, I shall post the list he sent, it's pretty funny, though upon joining this forum I did notice it didn't want anti-Christian sentiments here.
'Tis the season to be jolly. My family always went to Broadway to see the Rockettes dance. I always liked their legs, and you may notice that not too many Christians get offended when Christmas turns a little sexual, or at least the Christian men aren't quite offended.
I wonder if the lead singers of metal bands have ever dressed in a Santa costume. Christmas is about Santa, not God. Lol
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#32867 - 12/13/09 04:21 PM A JesusMac with fries, please. [Re: Nemesis]
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Since I am on a cartoon kick at the moment, let us pause to remember the journey of the Three Wise Men ...
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#32868 - 12/13/09 04:38 PM Re: A JesusMac with fries, please. [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
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hehe, sheep go to church to become stupid, then go to mcdonalds to get fat, might as well combine the two! Makes me wander what Satan would be in the venue of fast foods...lol
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#32883 - 12/13/09 11:20 PM Re: A JesusMac with fries, please. [Re: Natalia666]
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Well, with past experience in the yahoo! group of Brotherhood of Satan, in their experience there was a disproportionate number of Satanists in Taco Bells. The idea comes from south of the border, so there's that. Maybe it's the fiery hot sauce. But Satan could totally be a taco, and I'd love to associate my ethnicity with religion...plus I remember some movie with Selma Hayek playing this crazy devil thing, so this idea of "the other" being more seductive and tempting could apply to Mexican women. And their very Catholic, so a mexican satan would be the next century's blasphemy in an America increasingly latino population and culture-wise. Maybe Satan could be a Taco Bell. He's something we've had around for a while, associated with exoticness, corruption, temptation, and being from the dirty place to the south. !Viva Satan!
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#32885 - 12/13/09 11:44 PM Re: A JesusMac with fries, please. [Re: Doomsage680]
Natalia666 Offline
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Registered: 11/29/09
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Viva Satan...that's catchy! I've always enjoyed the Quimbanda "satan", Exu, a bit deeper than Mexico, more like Brazil. Still, a very classic image of a red devil in a suit, lol. Taco Bell I dig. Tacos with Bacardi Rum..great going down at least! yum! Plus Taco Bell is fairly nocturnal with the late hours. Typical food to have with an alcohol binge.

Speaking of the Dirty South...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P3pmwrtlDaY

And a sexy latina lillith?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVVGKiYZ0SM

hehe
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#45590 - 12/24/10 04:27 PM Re: 'Tis the season to be blasphemous [Re: Nemesis]
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Nail the baby, to the tree?

There's always this



"Woe to the pharisees, for they are like a dog sleeping in the manger of oxen, for neither does he eat nor does he let the oxen eat."

( Thomas 102:2-5 )
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