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la vie en rouge
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[Yipee]

N° 2 is one of mine!!

[Edit for top of the page... n° 2 on the Kitchmas list]

[ 23. December 2011, 08:08: Message edited by: la vie en rouge ]

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JoannaP
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Many thanks for giving us the 12 ays of Kitchmas again [Yipee]

We had fun criticising the list of "Heroes of Science" ornaments list. There are some obvious biases there.

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St. Gwladys
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I actually liked the Dick Dawkins earrings. Not sure what that says about me - I just think they are interesting, dangly earrings.

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"Careful what you say sir, we're on board ship here"
From "New York Girls", Steeleye Span, Commoners Crown (Voiced by Peter Sellers)

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Nicolemr
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I think I may actually give someone one of the Heros of Science ornaments.

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Chorister

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While in Launceston (Cornwall) today, I visited a retro/kitsch shop with lots of interesting and fun items, including this holy holy water bottle, which 'redeems parched sinners'; this Divine Inspiration Hand Sanitiser (cleanse thy hands from the Devil's dirt) and a Benedictaphone (which I seem to recall has been featured here recently).

So if on holiday this year (especially if in Cornwall), look out for some fun Gadgets for God to take home with you.

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comet

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I'm getting a great kick out of these. (follow the arrows, many more)

My dad and a friend years ago did something similar, only much less artistic. and not even a little reverent.

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Lothlorien
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He cries. He wees. He saves the world. God Baby.

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Buy a bale. Help our Aussie rural communities and farmers. Another great cause needing support The High Country Patrol.

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Chorister

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A Gadget to save God the bother (or the lather....)

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RuthW

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This just in from "The Onion": flask in a Bible here
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jbohn
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quote:
Originally posted by RuthW:
This just in from "The Onion": flask in a Bible here

New meaning to "Bible belt"... [Biased]

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balaam

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Just tweeted by Simon*

quote:
Tweeted by Simon:
OK, Santa knows if you've been bad. But I didn't realise he had a devisih sidekick to handle the naughty list

(*OK I know, I'm a brown nosed sycophant.)

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Apparently there's now a Book of Kells app so you can look at the lovely manuscript without having to go to Dublin to see the real thing.

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formerly cheesymarzipan.
Now containing 50% less cheese

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kaytee
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Just saw this on sale in a local shop and all over the internet.

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Robert Armin

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A few weeks ago I sent something I'd seen to the GfG part of the Ship, and haven't heard anything since. Any idea who looks after that, and how long it might take to process?

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Pigwidgeon

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I think Ancient Mariner is the Gadgets for God Guru.

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Chorister

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Everyone knows Priests are so busy over Christmas. They could do with a helping hand.

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Robert Armin

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
Everyone knows Priests are so busy over Christmas. They could do with a helping hand.

Thank you! Just sent one of those to a friend who needs cheering up.

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Keeping fit was an obsession with Fr Moity .... He did chin ups in the vestry, calisthenics in the pulpit, and had developed a series of Tai-Chi exercises to correspond with ritual movements of the Mass. The Antipope Robert Rankin

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
Everyone knows Priests are so busy over Christmas. They could do with a helping hand.

I love some of the "Frequently Bought Together" items linked to it -- especially the customer comments!
[Killing me]

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Mamacita

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The "Technical Details" are pretty funny, too.

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Chorister

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Interesting article in the Guardian about controversial Nativity sets. Lots of good pictures showing examples.

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Louise
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So how about some Accessories for Allah? [Big Grin]

Ayatollah Khamenei air freshener

[ 07. January 2013, 20:16: Message edited by: Louise ]

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Now you need never click a Daily Mail link again! Kittenblock replaces Mail links with calming pics of tea and kittens! http://www.teaandkittens.co.uk/ Click under 'other stuff' to find it.

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lilBuddha
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quote:
Originally posted by Chorister:
Interesting article in the Guardian about controversial Nativity sets. Lots of good pictures showing examples.

Did you watch the video? With the boy wiping his bum. and the creepy crocodile-bird musicians?

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So goodnight moon, I want the sun
If it's not here soon, I might be done
No it won't be too soon 'til I say goodnight moon

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North East Quine

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Has this T-shirt been featured before?
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North East Quine

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If only I weren't a fat, middle-aged Presbyterian living in a chilly part of Scotland, I could wear this to church. Note the side comment "Oh Jesus I like how you melt my heart like an icecream under the sun."
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Evangeline
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I was actually given this for Christmas by one of the Sunday School parents-it was a lovely thought and I'm not ungrateful, even though let's just say that this isn't the sort of thing that I'd usually adorn my house with. What I find particularly disturbing is that it looks like a tombstone. [Ultra confused]
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North East Quine

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Here's lovely greeting card for bronies everywhere.
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kaytee
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Paper pope dress-up doll

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Desert Daughter
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quote:
Originally posted by kaytee:
Paper pope dress-up doll

Given Francis' style, shouldn't that rather be a "dress-down" doll?

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This is too good not to be included in 'Gadgets for God', or at least somewhere on the SoF site.
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mousethief

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Unfortunately all I have is a picture, not a source for buying one

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balaam

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At least that is a picture that's worth a thousand words. [Killing me] [Killing me]

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lilBuddha
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For the devout fashionista.

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So goodnight moon, I want the sun
If it's not here soon, I might be done
No it won't be too soon 'til I say goodnight moon

- A. N. Parsley, D. Mcvinni

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The Midge
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I spotted this Christian Zombie Killers Handbook whilst browsing an online book shop. 'Fraid the reviews deter me from parting with my own cash to review it.

I has me wondering what if there was a Zombie outbreak on board the ship? Could be hard to deal with given the confines. Can a pointed argument sever the Zombies brain stem like a head-shot?

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lilBuddha
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quote:
Originally posted by The Midge:
I has me wondering what if there was a Zombie outbreak on board the ship? Could be hard to deal with given the confines. Can a pointed argument sever the Zombies brain stem like a head-shot?

Not based upon the evidence so far...

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So goodnight moon, I want the sun
If it's not here soon, I might be done
No it won't be too soon 'til I say goodnight moon

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Sandemaniac
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Whilst hardly a Gadget for God, I couldn't resist taking a photo of this in our local oriental supermarket.

AG

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luvanddaisies

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Catering for that segment of the market that is those who are fans of both God and Star Trek, and want to use their car as a tool to witness to both. Available from Amazon Star Trek Fish 3D Car Sticker

[Eek!]

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JoannaP
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All I need is a car...

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"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety." Benjamin Franklin

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Ann

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Unfortunately, it's got to be a spoof!

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quote:
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Unfortunately, it's got to be a spoof!

I think that the postal address in 'Chilgley, Trumptonshire' is a giveaway for those of us in our forties who grew up with Trumpton on the BBC!

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Pigwidgeon

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I think that the postal address in 'Chilgley, Trumptonshire' is a giveaway for those of us in our forties who grew up with Trumpton on the BBC!
Now I'm suddenly missing Corpus cani.

[Frown]

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North East Quine

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[Eek!] Christian friendly dildos [Eek!]


"You can safely shop our large selection of marital aids without being exposed to porn or sex toys that contain inappropriate language or nudity on their packaging. All of the marriage toys we sell adhere within Christian religious boundaries."

WTAF?

(Christian-friendly, but not work-friendly)

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The promo at the bottom of the page is brilliant!


Christian Friendly Sex Positions - Coming soon

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North East Quine

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[Killing me]
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North East Quine

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For the Christian husband who isn't interested in "Coming Soon" - the Adam and Eve Marathon Spray.
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Cottontail

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Taking wee cuppies to a whole new level.

The high Calvinist in me despairs. Despairs, I tell you.

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Kelly Alves

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quote:
Originally posted by North East Quine:
[Eek!] Christian friendly dildos [Eek!]


"You can safely shop our large selection of marital aids without being exposed to porn or sex toys that contain inappropriate language or nudity on their packaging. All of the marriage toys we sell adhere within Christian religious boundaries."

WTAF?

(Christian-friendly, but not work-friendly)

WONDERFUL
[Yipee]

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...of course, we won't ask how you came to find it NEQ...

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North East Quine

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Rather bizarrely, a Christian FB friend who normally posts endless pictures of cute puppies, interspersed with "Footprints" and "Jesus is the Reason for the Season" posted a link to it on FB. I strongly suspect she didn't actually realise what she was posting, just saw the word "Christian" and hit "share."

She has teenage children at school, so it would have shown up on their FB feeds too - my daughter is friendly with her daughter and she (my daughter) was [Eek!] [Projectile] at the idea that her friend's Mum would post a link to Christian sex aids on her FB page.

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Jengie jon

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Well they have done it for wine, they have done it for wafers so now we have the grape juice dispenser. There must be fewer at these teetotal raves (sorry) communion as while with the wine it is 250 per minute this only does 40.

I wonder how much the Welch's sponsorship is.

Jengie

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Walking 18 miles to help Refugees get an education.

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Pigwidgeon

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quote:
Originally posted by Jengie Jon:
Well they have done it for wine, they have done it for wafers so now we have the grape juice dispenser. There must be fewer at these teetotal raves (sorry) communion as while with the wine it is 250 per minute this only does 40.

I wonder how much the Welch's sponsorship is.

Jengie

Ummm... you might want to read Cottontail's post from two days ago.

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