The Athiests who have been pushing the "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life" campaign have offered definitive proof to back their campaign regarding the existence, or lack of existence of God.
Their spokesman, Dr Professor Father Rabbi Mullah Reverend Smith said that the bus poster's sentiment actually referred to the existence of God on the particular bus in question, the number 13 to Penge High Street.
He offered further proof of the lack of God on the bus by adding that no deity, whether Almighty or otherwise, would be seen dead on the number 13 to Penge High Street bus.
He said that this number 13 to Penge High Street bus was never on time, was always overcrowded, dirty, expensive, and, in the pouring rain, was nearly always accompanied by other buses of identical route number, travelling to the identical destination, which, with hardly anyone on board, would overtake the front one that wet and tired bus queue passengers were trying to get on to.
Dr Smith said that this was surely concrete proof of the non-existence of God on the number 13 to Penge High Street bus.