Best Dirty Church Signs
There is just something so wrong about seeing a church sign and finding a double meaning in it which surely isn’t intentional. So why do we keep doing it? Looking out for dirty church signs is one of the little pleasures which make life worthwhile, so who cares if we have to spend forever in the depths of hell because of it? Here are some of the best ones around but you might want to say a little prayer before you scroll through them all.
The “Blatantly Obvious What It Means” Church Sign
Could anyone in their right mind walk past this sign and not have a little snigger to themselves? Come on, just a little one which no one else will even really notice. Oh, please yourself then but you know what we are talking about here, and it is more to do with palms than psalms.
The “This Will Really Send Me to Eternal Damnation” Dirty Church Sign
This is the kind of sign you really don’t want to interpret in a sexual way but you just can’t help yourself, can you? You will feel really bad about taking this in the wrong way and you might even think about going to confession for the first time in a decade, but how would you explain during your confession about your love for dirty church signs? Just face facts, you are a bad, bad person and hell is probably too good for people like you.
The Thought Provoking Church Sign
Is it? Is being on your knees really the most powerful position? How many people have walked past this sign and been left thinking about what they have been missing out in their lives? By not praying, I mean.
The Rather Confusing Sign
What is riding dirty, anyway? Maybe I am just not hip enough to understand but it sounds like the kind of thing rappers, hookers and perverted poker players would do. It is truly a sad day when dirty church signs have more street cred than me. Anyway, you surely don’t want the son of God catching you doing whatever it involves.
The Painful Sounding Sign
Does your tongue sometimes get into a tight place? Well, you need to stop it being too loose, don’t you? This is good, sensible advice wherever you read it but it seems as though some non Church goers have seen this kind of sign and read a little more into it. Shame on them.
The “Is That Comment Aimed at Me?” Sign
I don’t mean to be overly sensitive here but is that message from the Grace Lutheran Church aimed directly at me? You know, I don’t mind receiving tongue related advice, being warned about the dangers of riding dirty and finding out about the multiple benefits of using my knees. However, I draw the line at so called religious billboards mocking me. Still, since it looks like I’ll be going to somewhere other than Heaven anyway it doesn’t really apply to me. This means that I can carry on enjoying dirty church signs and stop worrying about size. Not that I was worried about it in the first place, you understand.