Church Says Sex Doesn't Have to Be Lame


Grammar-challenged Adpunch points to a refreshing campaign from Granger Community Church which is promoting a five-week discussion series called Pure Sex during which the church will openly support its belief that God wants everyone to have great sex. The series will cover topics such as porn, lust and whether to inform your spouse about your latest trip to Vegas.

The series is being promoted with a billboard campaign which points to a microsite called MyLameSexLife on which sex's fun factor is gleefully lauded.

by Steve Hall    Feb-17-06   Click to Comment   
Topic: Good, Online, Outdoor   

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Nice to see a SPELLING-challenged editor call another blog "Grammer-challenged". How funny. Is Adpunch unable to watch re-runs of Frasier or Cheers?

(Adrants probably won't even get that joke.)


Posted by: thecooper on February 17, 2006 11:55 AM

Believe me, I'll be the first to admit spelling and grammar are lacking here but have you actually read Adpunch? Give it a try.

Yes, I get your joke.

Posted by: Steve Hall on February 17, 2006 12:46 PM

"Nice to see a SPELLING-challenged editor call another blog "Grammer-challenged".


I think it's so cool you spelled grammar wrong.

I just checked out AD Punch for the first time. Actually, grammar-challenged fits. It's one thing to have an occasional typoe, I hev them myself, but damn, I had to re-read each post there three times just to understand what they were saying.

The only time something made sense was when it was a direct quote of someone else. The only possibility is that the site is run by an art director, because everyone knows we kant spell.

Posted by: makethelogobigger on February 17, 2006 7:42 PM

I ain't understand how come an editor who is already crippled with loads of errors can call some other blog the same. Man, you better clear your own specialized departments before blaming others.

Posted by: carol on February 18, 2006 6:10 AM

Yes, one thing makethelogobigger got right here. Krish, the person who writes in adpunch is indeed freelance art director and I had the opportunity to meet him quite a few times.

No, he is not ‘grammar-challenged’ so as to say. I know what exactly makethelogobigger meant when he said that he had to re-read three times of the posts to come to an understanding. It requires artistic and literary intellect to comprehend what he writes. People deprived of these qualities would indeed find it a bit too much to comprehend his writings.

I must however say your post made good light amusing reading.

Posted by: Jonty on February 18, 2006 6:14 AM

Hi Steve...

Thanks for the mention. For more suggestions you may drop me personal mail at tips at adpunch com.

Posted by: krish on February 18, 2006 6:18 AM

True with the death of Jacques Derrida, there is hardly anyone left to deconstruct the word Grammar, the Adpunch guy has guts he atleats uses the same words the adworld uses to give some sense to the interplay of words...which oftimes makes a good start to a good post. Yea I am considering the start of Grammar-challenged Adpunch and how the post ends the reader might find it a bit difficult whether it wants to point the Granger Community Church or the Adpunch guy.

Posted by: Ropey on February 18, 2006 6:26 AM

"It requires artistic and literary intellect to comprehend what he writes"

All it requires is the ability to recognize a run-on sentence.

Posted by: makethelogobigger on February 19, 2006 9:47 PM