Friday, June 11, 2010

Ortho-Quiz #1

12 comments:

Anam Cara said...

This might be my favorite so far!

David T said...

This being Saturday, a Happy Ichthus Day to you!

Ranger said...

symbolic equivilent to the logic of "faith alone" dogmatics.

Teri said...

in a yellow-pages ad, it means "don't question my prices or my ethics".

David T said...

In traffic, it means "Tailgate me all you want, but I will not exceed the speed limit under any circumstances."

JD said...

If it's right below a front door doorbell, it means careful, we've had our dog debarked.

nothinghypothetical.com said...

Teri.. "Yellow Pages"? no "Christian" business would be in anything but the "BLUE" pages. We have to keep that money in the Kingdom, you know?

s-p said...

We could probably write a whole blog just on these. In the Yellow Pages it's like "Oh, they're Christians too, I'll get a deal!" and they show up and think, "Oh, they're Christians too, they can't complain about the bill." Lose/lose.
Been on both ends of that deal. Once. Personally if someone has to advertise they are Christian it just seems wrong somehow.

oruaseht said...

On a car, it's a reminder that the occupant driving will still flip you the bird - but not to be profane. Rather, the bird will remind you of the Holy Spirit which will remind you of your Baptism. ;)
Lord have mercy!

s-p said...

oruaseht, AH! Now I get it, the Orthodox put three fingers together to signify the Trinity, the protestants use one to signify the Holy Spirit... :)

V and E said...

Oh, it's C. Definitely C.

Anonymous said...

Working through college as a waitress, a fish lapel pin generally meant "no/poor tip."


Really.