September 20, 2006

Bumper Sticker Seen on the way to Work

"What Would Scooby Do?"

Posted by Ryan at September 20, 2006 11:47 AM | TrackBack

say "ruh-roh, Raggy," and jump into Raggy's... I mean Shaggy's arms.

Or do that mad legs-a-pinwheeling-getting-nowhere thing for 10 seconds before finally gaining traction.

Posted by: Rob@L&R at September 20, 2006 02:26 PM

I love that one, I've had it for awhile. My mom thought it was kind of blasphemous, I asked her to who, Jesus, because it substituted Scooby for Jesus, or blasphemous because it was a bumper sticker about Scooby, and Scooby is not to be trifled with at my home.
She didn't think I was funny.

Posted by: at September 20, 2006 03:18 PM

If your mom is like mine she didn't think we should say words like Jeez, gee whiz, and Crap and son of a gun etc. etc. because you were just substituting blasphemic words for other words. But she KNEW you were swearing/blaspheming.

Yeah, no crazed conservativism there. No wonder I rebelled so hard in high school.

Posted by: Oorgo at September 20, 2006 04:54 PM

yes, a VERY popular one in berkeley too. and i think they're purposely trying to be blasphemous.

Posted by: amy.leblanc at September 20, 2006 07:19 PM

I've got one that says:
"Only sheep need a shepherd".

Posted by: simon at September 21, 2006 05:26 AM

Oorgo, that's it exactly. I thought I was the only one. I've become quite the agnostic since then.
And Simon, exactly too. Only I thought Jesus was a carpenter. Or was it a capricorn. Whatever.
Religion scares me anymore.
Actually the only religion I can kind of even get behind at all is maybe native american which is based on earth/sun worship mostly, (broad definition), and is the only religion that has not been used as an excuse to fight a war.
They fought for honor, land/range areas, booty, tribal differences etc, but not because "you don't believe in MY god, so I must kill you."
Amazing how all that religion down your throat works huh?

Posted by: donna at September 21, 2006 09:07 PM

Did I mention that my poor car gets keyed pretty regularly? So much for christian tolerance. Makes me feel like dragging the key down the side of some hypocrite's bourge-mobile with the 'fish' sticker on the back - you know, the one that's actually a vagina symbol co-opted from pagans. Ostentatious displays of piety are against god's law, anyway - it amazes me how atheists tend to know a lot more about religeon than those who practise it.

Posted by: simon at September 23, 2006 03:19 AM

There was a church in my city that had one of those cheap do-it-yourself signs out front and it said, and I swear to God I'm not lying: "The truth doesn't need justification." In other words "I believe it, why question that?".

Posted by: Oorgo at September 24, 2006 12:46 AM

Most of the churches here that have that kind of sign in the front has something to make you feel guilty, or unworthy. I hate that. On the other hand, the jiffy lube has a sign in the front that says "All you need is lube." I like that. I can get behind that.

Posted by: Donna at September 24, 2006 09:06 PM
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