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March 22, 2005



OMG, that is way too effin funny! I gotta share that with my catholic parents. Mom will think it's a hoot! Well, they ARE Irish Catholic....


omg, there's one for the Jay Leno or Letterman show! LMAO


That photo really is priceless!


Toooooo funny!


Are you sure that it was a Catholic Church ad? It looks like something you would see from the evangelical churches. i can wait to see the other photos from the trip.


So jesus is watching you if you watch adult videos? Or jesus is watching you if you are IN adult videos? may the religious guilt begin


Mia - Yeah, it's Catholic alright. Around here we have what I call "Kamaze Catholics" - they put Evangelicals to shame. "The Roman Catholic Churches of San Juan County" put up that gem.

Kim - Exactly - what a great symbol of Puritanical guilt over sex!!!


Awesome photo. You should send that to Jay Leno.

Lisa in Oregon

I'm late to the party, but that is too funny! :) Lisa

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