Face-in-Hole Ideas for a Church Picnic

"Face-in-Hole Ideas" cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

“Face-in-Hole Ideas” cartoon by nakedpastor David Hayward

Sometimes it’s fun just to have fun.

I hope I at least made you smile.

Have a great day.

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38 Responses

  1. Wendy says:

    Made my day! Thanks!

  2. Margarett Hitt says:

    Disgusting cartoon. I know you think it’s cute and funny but it is not. Several people nowadays call themselves ” pastor” or “reverend”. They are not. Of course no where in the bible is the word reverend found. Also a pastor is an “elder” one who pastures and cares for the sheep. His name doesn’t revere him, his actions and qualifications do. The person that “shared” this with me certainly does not understand me. Such filth is not “religious”.

  3. Thanks Wendy! Glad I made your day! 😀

    Margarett: Unfortunately, they are only pictorial representations from the bible. Like a picture Bible.

  4. Sabio Lantz says:

    Funny.
    I think the John The Baptist one would do very well too if all three heads were holes.
    It could be women making a statement of which man’s head they want on a platter.

  5. Gary says:

    Margarett, perhaps you might need a laxative? You seem to be rather constipated. I have often found that sometimes all it takes to help change my perspective is a healthy SHIT so good luck with that. 😉

  6. Brigitte says:

    We see that your Christian-phobic attacks are causing, perhaps, dysphoria and PTS. At the leas, the hyper-liberal, bigoted attitudes offend some people. (Just trying out some terms that seem to be acceptable. Feels like fun, too.)

  7. Caryn LeMur says:

    ROFL!!! I also think Sabio is on to something….

  8. Jordan says:

    Christophobia isn’t a thing really on this side of the atlantic, though …

  9. Sabio Lantz says:

    Another face-in-hole:
    Peter slays the husband and wife who did not pay their correct amount of tithe.

    But whose face(s) should have a hole? Hmmmm.

  10. Brigitte says:

    Sabio, are you reading the Bible, or drawing on your Bible school knowledge or reading the Atheist-Reader, I asked you once before when you indulged in scripture twisting.

    Now a man named Ananias, together with his wife Sapphira, also sold a piece of property. 2 With his wife’s full knowledge he kept back part of the money for himself, but brought the rest and put it at the apostles’ feet.

    3 “Then Peter said, “Ananias, how is it that Satan has so filled your heart that you have lied to the Holy Spirit and have kept for yourself some of the money you received for the land? 4 Didn’t it belong to you before it was sold? And after it was sold, wasn’t the money at your disposal? What made you think of doing such a thing? You have not lied just to human beings but to God.”

    It is obviously about the dishonesty and lying.

    This sort of scripture twisting could also go as “Christo-phobia” . Thanks for the term Jordan, whatever side of the Atlantic you are on. (Where are you Jordan? Roughly speaking.)

  11. Sabio Lantz says:

    OK, Brigitte, Peter, the holy head of his church, killed his parishioner for dishonesty (about his tithe). Wow, churches would be empty if Peter’s examples were followed. Still, a hilarious face-in-hole.

    You keep protecting that holy anthology or yours, and keep quoting your hero Ken Ham (your go-to apologist) — are you also going to visit his Ark? LOL

  12. Brigitte says:

    The holy head of the church is Jesus Christ. Peter did not kill people he was martyred. Some religions encourage dishonesty, Christianity not. Misquoting a book is not a virture, and I have never quoted Ken Ham. You are so full of shit, Sabio, but it does not matter to you.

  13. Brigitte says:

    I am curious, however, about your persistent insistence that you have been to Bible school. I just can’t see it.

  14. Brigitte says:

    Colossians 1:18 “Christ is also the head of the church, which is his body. He is the beginning, supreme over all who rise from the dead. So he is first in everything.”

  15. Sabio Lantz says:

    Brigite — Do you remember giving us apologistic links to Answers In Genesis:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Answers_in_Genesis

  16. Brigitte says:

    I, for one, would take care not to ridicule him.

  17. Brigitte says:

    There was a link. It had content. You did not bother to engage with it. Instead you sent me links with no content only propaganda.

  18. Sabio Lantz says:

    Peter was head of the early Church in Jerusalem, if I am not mistaken

    Peter is immediately conspicuous as the leader of all, and is henceforth constantly recognized as the head of the original Christian community in Jerusalem.

    http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/11744a.htm

    Source: Catholic, closest I could get to Lutheran

  19. All content is propaganda, potentially.

    And I think it’s fair to say we all have shit in our lives that we are blind too. I’m willing to admit it.

    Sometimes I can smell it but I can’t always see it.

    Until kind people like you guys point it out.

  20. Brigitte says:

    This is really the issue. Propaganda full of inciting and half-truths and weapons such as ridicule.

  21. Sabio Lantz says:

    Thank you for admitting you quoted Ken Ham material to us, Brigitte.
    So am I still “full of shit”.
    You and Gary should be the best of friends.

  22. Brigitte says:

    So, in that case you are quoting “Roman Catholic” material to us. How could you. If you read your own link, more precisely, you will see that even the Roman link has Peter as the “leader of the apostles”. –The universal church is really invisible, in that it is a matter of the hearts of people (as the dishonesty pointed out in the acts story); in this sense, Christ is always the head of the church, everywhere, and at all times, yesterday, today and tomorrow.

  23. Sabio Lantz says:

    Your desperation to be right, shows, Brigitte. Keep defending your religion and yourself.

  24. Brigitte says:

    If you have an issue, with some particular point in the link from Answers in Genesis, you can bring it up, here and we can see if we agree with the point made or not.

  25. Brigitte says:

    Ya, Sabio, we are just supposed to roll over.

  26. Gary says:

    Oh come on Sabio you know you chuckled at my comment to the rabbid fundy. No need to stir up fresh shit between us. LOL

  27. Sabio Lantz says:

    Actually, Gary, I didn’t. I thought it was rude, personal attack. I was surprised David allowed personal attacks like that, actually.

  28. Gary says:

    Oh and Brigitte I will gladly ridicule that fraud Ken Ham. He is a total whack job.

  29. Sabio Lantz says:

    Oh Brigitte, I won’t even begin to untangle Ken Ham’s world — it speaks for itself. Thanks for the offer. But I must admit, I’ve not seen his Creationist Museum or the Ark.

  30. Gary says:

    Of course Sabio you know I long ago ran out of fucks to give over what you think about my comments.

  31. Brigitte says:

    Gary has a thing for the scatological, we know. (When I say “shit”, however, you must hear it with a great sensitivity. In German, when we want to be crude we say “Scheisse”, but if we want to be fine, we say “shit”, in the proper English way. Except this time, when I said Sabio is full of shit. I meant it. ) Sabio, just called me “desperate”, though, for correcting his mistaken notions. –David, he is putting down a woman who speaks her mind and stands her ground!!!

  32. Gary says:

    Yup. Don’t pick a childish fight if you don’t want an honest response.

    LMAO

  33. Gary says:

    Brigitte that may be one of the most childish attacks you have made yet. And the most ridiculous.

  34. Brigitte says:

    I have to go make dinner.–Gary, some of the best people have a thing for the scatological, for example Martin Luther, or else my brother. It is forgive-able. Sometimes, it really is funny. Sometimes, not so much. I also think that your comment to the lady was rude, as the cartoon is offensive to Christians, and I for one, also find it offensive, as I have pointed out.

  35. Gary says:

    Brigitte, see my previous comment to Sabio.