Church Advertising Humor: Your Dog Is Your God


As proof of the fact that even church sign advertising needs a good proofreader, we present you with this board from the Zion Missionary Church which sends a message very different from whatt was intended. If not a good proofreader, then a better security camera to catch the wise-ass that "spell-checked" this sign.

UPDATE: Apparently we have no intelligence and can't properly interpret a message when it's staring us in the face. See Comments.

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wait. are you kidding me? there is no spelling error there.
Are you are thinking it's supposed to say "God"?
Its not.
It's saying dog's think their owners are awesome, and help me to be like my dog's view of me.
This same sign was at a chuch down the street from me.
Sorry to burst yout bubble.

Posted by: dan on January 26, 2006 12:39 PM

Perhaps I'm thick as a brick, but I don't see any typo. The line makes perfect sense to me as is.

Consider the logic: Dogs love people unconditionally (or so we like to think). They don't judge us; They see us as kind, caring and benevolent -- well, as long as we keep them fed and walk them every once in a while. So it's only naturally that we should strive to be as good as our pets perceive us to be, yes?

Posted by: Satan on January 26, 2006 12:42 PM

Dogs also shit and piss on your carpet!

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Posted by: John Boy on January 26, 2006 12:49 PM

Seriously Steve... wtf... you are such a hater... there is nothing wrong with this sign... the phrase "Lord, help me be the person my God thinks I am" makes much less sense than what is written already... u should take this down or admit your neglect

Posted by: anon on January 26, 2006 01:15 PM

hello? this has been on bumper stickers and t-shirts for years

Posted by: stacy on January 26, 2006 01:38 PM

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