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Topics: Bible

Sunday, 18 February 2007

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Drtytawk operator, Bronxboma, whispas sweet nothins in ya eah

We have all seen the end zone signs and endless other camera grabbing locations when a supposed true believer hoists a banner proselytizing millions of sports fans with what appeared to be a New Testament verse from the Fourth Gospel promulgating God's love for the world. Well, former sign-holder, Iam Sucha-Phrawd has revealed that the message is really the phone number of a NYC sexy talk business.

Sucha-Phrawd explained that the NYC firm discovered through research that lots of people become religious because they are displacing a voracious sex appetite. They would rather hear that Bambi so loved them and wanted to give her you-know-what than all the sacrificial love in Christendom!

Their studies also showed that dirty talk in a NY accent was a major turn on for the religious red staters who associate NY with Sodom, Gomorrah and Las Vegas.

Thus was born "Drtytawk". Rip-off call centers are popping up across the world based on the success of J3:16.

While watching sporting events in the near future expect to see "religious signs" for John3:26, "This was the disciple Jesus loved the most" from a San Francisco gay sex hotline; John9:22, "the donkey was the Lord's chosen mount" from a Kansas group that espouses bestiality and Mark 5:19, "Give to Caesar", from Vegas casino Caesar's Palace.

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