Monday, December 03, 2007

Cavalcade of Bad Nativities

Narya linked to Sara's latest Cavalcade of Bad Nativities. Apparently she puts these up during the advent to Christmas, i.e., starting at the beginning of December. The month is young, so you'll have to check back throughout the month for more.

In the meantime, you can amuse yourself by beholding the many laughable, mockable nativity scenes available in 2004. Be sure to click through to pages 2 and 3 after enjoying page 1, and don't miss Sara's snarky titles and text.

I have no idea who Sara is, but I see that she also sells "wtfwjd?" t-shirts and merchandise.


Narya said...

Aren't they wonderful? I've read them all, and they still make me giggle. (the first time through, I was shrieking with laughter.)

bitchphd said...

Oh man, how'd you find these? Great browsing for insomniacs!

Psycho Kitty said...

OMG, if you ever feel the desire to give me a present, I totally want one of those shirts. That is me to a T!
Snirk! Thanks for these...they amuse me as much as my annual browsing of the Unfortunate Christmas Cards.

Charlie said...

Those shirts are the best ever. I can't decide between "wtfwjd" and "He died to take away your sins, not your mind."

Anonymous said...

Oh thank you thank you thank you Orange. I've haven't had such a good laugh in a long time --- I came damn close to spewing coffee all over my computer. There should be a warning on that Web site.

The photos are funny enough, but Sara's commentary is truly hilarious.


Kwach said...

Why, oh why, did I not know of these wondrous things more than a week before Christmas????

I'm both tickled and saddened. Hooha!

E. said...

I love the "WTFWJD?" shirt. It's almost as good as "What Would Joan Jett Do?" Maybe better.

The nativity kitsch/insanity on this site is truly hilarious and quite scary. Nativity ducks, nativity cowpokes, nativity casualwear. The possibilities are endless, apparently.

Nothing religious should ever involve fiber optics. (Then again, in my view, nothing at all should ever involve fiber optics...)