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Pigwidgeon

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The old Gadgets for God thread seems to have disappeared, but Episcopal Priest Barbie was just too wonderful to let pass.
[Big Grin]

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ST
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Agreed, although it has Barbie has had mentions here and here.

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Pigwidgeon

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Oops! I hadn't read those threads.
[Hot and Hormonal]

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But here I could get onto the site - the other links didn't work for me. Thanks, PW! [Smile]

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Doublethink.
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How's about this ?

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Organ Builder
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I just had this brought to my attention.

Even in death, you can't escape tackiness.

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jlg

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Oh. Dear. Yuck.

I'm sure the laser image tombstone people will quickly seize on this.

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Boogie

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How about one of these ?

Patience needed - they are sold out until October.

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Lyda*Rose

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Classics! But I'm afraid that they have been well known for a couple of years.

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Kelly Alves

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Those are kinda grwong on me. They are rather jaunty.

(Cheer, cheer for Old Notre Dame,
Wake up the echoes cheering her name...)

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Golden Key
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This technically may not qualify, since it's an Instructables project rather than a ready-made product, but:

Telephone To God--Instructables.

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andythehat

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Got a tin of these for a recent birthday... The free "toy" is a Jesus pencil-topper...

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Wesley J

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quote:
Originally posted by Organ Builder:
I just had this brought to my attention.

Even in death, you can't escape tackiness.

That there's a taliban welcoming good and decent American citizens in the afterlife does come as a bit of a shock.

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Wesley J

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quote:
Originally posted by andythehat:
Got a tin of these for a recent birthday... The free "toy" is a Jesus pencil-topper...

From the same site:

"Jesus and Flamingo Shower/Bath Gel" - an unlikely combination. But wait: there's more! Yes, "Jesus contains 50ml of scented shower/bath gel" (who'd have thunk!), yet, as they claim, is "SOLD OUT". Unsurprisingly though, as with £1.00 it was certainly cheaper than 30 pieces of silver. Nor do you have to kill yourself afterwards. Which is always a good thing, I reckon.

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Nanny Ogg

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How about this for your table - seasoning for the soul

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Simon

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quote:
Originally posted by Organ Builder:
I just had this brought to my attention.

Even in death, you can't escape tackiness.

Thanks, OB. This is one we've already covered, but do post again if you see any other holy deathware... it's one of our favourite Gadget for God categories.

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jlg

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quote:
Originally posted by Nanny Ogg:
How about this for your table - seasoning for the soul

I have to admit I found this rather tempting, but then I came up with a bunch of questions.

I do wonder how well it grinds the peppercorns. Also why they chose to depict the BVM in ebony? And does it dispense both salt and pepper or merely grind whichever (which assumes the salt is in chunky form) you put into it?

Kitsch is one thing, lack of information on a website selling something is another.

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Organ Builder
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quote:
Originally posted by Simon:
Thanks, OB. This is one we've already covered, but do post again if you see any other holy deathware... it's one of our favourite Gadget for God categories.

Whoops! I had checked the "Death" category, so I wondered how I missed it. I see it is under "Home and Garden". Somehow, that makes it funnier.

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Simon

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Yes, it probably should be under "Sale of the Cemetery"... I'll move it when I have a mo.

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Flausa

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I soooooo wish that this actually came as a figurine. There's a Precious Moment for the mantle.
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daisymay

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Have you got this one already? Jesus Toasters I've not noticed it before!

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Pigwidgeon

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In my local bookstore today, I came across What Would Jesus Wear? and was delighted to come home and see that it's available from amazon.com so that all of you can buy them as Christmas gifts!

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rufiki

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Um, Jesus' wardrobe appears to include a cross and a sheep. [Ultra confused]
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RadicalWhig
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Pastor Shepherd Ministry Doll and Prayerhour Playset - just the thing to keep the budding young prosperity-gospel preachers of the future happy.

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jlg

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quote:
Originally posted by rufiki:
Um, Jesus' wardrobe appears to include a cross and a sheep. [Ultra confused]

(jlg briefly channels Sheep3 and butts rufiki.

Baaah. jingle.

... exits stage left)


Um, ever hear Christ called "Lamb of God"?

You missed the papal mitre.

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by jlg:
Um, ever hear Christ called "Lamb of God"?

Or the Good Shepherd?

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rufiki

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I was just bemused that they would be considered part of his wardrobe. "Today Jesus is sporting a lovely little woolly number..." But I just had another look and noticed the T-shirt that says "God, guns and guts made America free". Now I'm disturbed.
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Pearl B4 Swine
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Sanctify your Halloween by carving your Jack-O-Lantern prayerfully. Suggestions for 'Christian' pumpkin designs here.

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Lyda*Rose

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Witches? Martinis? [Paranoid]

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passer

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More for halloween at this site. Amongst other things, the wigs are just fab!

For those unfamiliar with the contemporary images of Jesus which are readily accessible all over the interwebz, this handy reminder is included:

quote:
What Does Jesus Looks Like?

Jesus is portrayed in the Bible and most photos as a man with shoulder-length brown hair, a full beard, wearing a mid-calf lenght white robe and sandals. In some pictures he is portrayed wearing a blue sash with this ensemble also.

The Bible references Jesus as a shepherd also, so in some instances he is pictured with a large staff, or rugged stick, in his hand.

In historical recordings, Jesus was crucified on a cross, resulting in some pictures portraying him with holes in his feet and the palms of his hands. In addition to the holes, he often is seen wearing a crown of thorns that the Romans put on his head when they placed him on the cross.


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la vie en rouge
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*bump*

I just came accross the Martin Loofah King for inspirational exfoliation.

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by la vie en rouge:
*bump*

I just came accross the Martin Loofah King for inspirational exfoliation.

How timely!

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The sarcastic reviews and the tags are well worth a read as well...

AG

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Pure Sunshine
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Cracked.com has done an article similar to Gadgets for God. Some of the entries are quite jaw-dropping (e.g. number 18)
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Keren-Happuch

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I just came across the most jaw-dropping selection of "religion neckties" and felt the need to share it:

Neckties for Jesus

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luvanddaisies

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Wow, there're a *lot* of those.

Special style names that caught my eye were
"I Am Knock Off" and, in the "Life of Christ" section of neckties there were two little-known incidents depicted from Jesus's life - "Jesus prays with sheep" and "Metallic head of Christ".

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There are several people in Queen Mousie's family who would love to have one of these to hang their "Happy Birthday Jesus" banner on for the Christmas season.

Gladly

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comet

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have we come across the jesus toaster yet?

how about the Grilled Cheesus?

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Chorister

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In Creamtealand at the moment you can buy Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh scented soaps.

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mousethief

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Is this the right place to put Christmas Kitsch? If so, here is this awful one:

27 worst nativity sets (there's actually 33 and counting)

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When money is no object! Put the Bling into BVM with this Sevan Bicakci Virgin Mary, amethyst and green diamond intaglio ring. A snip at £16,850 for the Bishop in your life - they'll queue round the block to kiss his ring!

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Lamb Chopped
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That is the fugliest ring I've seen in a long time. And what's with the description? "Amethysts, diamonds, and the Virg"

Sounds like some gangsta nickname.

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Ancient Mariner

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BVM ring would be a cert if we were doing Kitschmas this year. If you see anything else we'll stockpile for the next run. Meantime, this year's festive focus is Roll on Christmas.

[Cool]

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Lyda*Rose

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quote:
Originally posted by Louise:
When money is no object! Put the Bling into BVM with this Sevan Bicakci Virgin Mary, amethyst and green diamond intaglio ring. A snip at £16,850 for the Bishop in your life - they'll queue round the block to kiss his ring!

Love this bit:
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Add this 24K gold ring with amethyst, diamonds and The Virgin Mary from Sevan Bicakci to your fine jewellery collection. It is a beautiful and unique piece and will serve you well paired with your evening ensembles this coming season.
Accessorize your gala occasions with the BVM. [Roll Eyes]

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Darkwing
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This sweater would make the Baby Jesus cry. You can get one off of eBay here!

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Pigwidgeon

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I don't think anyone's posted the delightful merchandise from Donkey Products (in Germany). I was at a concert this evening, and in the gift shop I found Holy Family Teabags! These were such wonderful Gadgets for God that I came home to check out their website, where I also found a Crucifixion Cookie Cutter and some interestingly-shaped "holy" soaps. Strangest of all -- the Breast Tree Ball [Eek!]

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Mamacita

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Fabulous finds, Pigwidgeon. The Crucifixion Cookie Cutter would make delightful treats for the reception after Easter services, don't you think?

If you want another good chuckle, run the product descriptions through Google Translator.

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Do not be daunted by the enormity of the world’s grief. Do justly, now. Love mercy, now. Walk humbly, now. You are not obligated to complete the work, but neither are you free to abandon it.

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by Mamacita:
If you want another good chuckle, run the product descriptions through Google Translator.

I actually did that with some that I couldn't translate myself!

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Simon

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Just a note to thank everyone for posting Gadget suggestions on this thread, and to say that the 12 Days of Kitschmas has just gone online...

The 12 Days of Kitschmas

Two or three items from this thread are credited there. Do let me know if others also need a thank you.

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Pigwidgeon

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I'm so proud! Two of my submissions made the list!
[Yipee]

(Long before I was even a registered Shipmate I was so excited to have one of my contributions included on the Gadgets page. It was probably the first time ever that my name -- my RL one -- appeared on the Internet.)

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Don't keep calm. Go change the world.

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