But watch out for “holy” diapers — those stink!

Christ, now I’ve seen everything. I don’t need to comment on this; just hit the link.

I do wonder, though: Assuming kids who wear these things are permitted to take part in the pagan festival known as Hallowe’en, do they bother with procuring costumes especially for the occasion or do they just head out the door in their usual evening wear?


7 thoughts on “But watch out for “holy” diapers — those stink!”

  1. Holy SH&%! WTF???
    There are some sick, sick puppies down in FL! I hope they get caught up in the Kent Hovind “Nothing For Caeser” scam, and wind up sharing their “armor” with their cell mate, Ben Dover.

  2. Speaking as a former child of fundamentalists, there is no way in hell… um, I mean “heck”… that such children would ever be allowed to participate in Halloween. That’s Satan’s holiday!

  3. The creator of this monstrosity said she read Ephesians 6:10-18 to her kids each night and that’s where the idea came from. Two things jump into my head:
    1) These folks really do take things literally.
    2) I wonder if she also read Ephesians 6:5 to her kids?
    “Servants, be obedient to those who are your masters according to the flesh, with fear and trembling, in singleness of your heart, as unto Christ,”

  4. Ah, man. My wife and I obviously did not raise our kids right, because they also enjoyed reading along in Ephesians 6:10 (which is the bible verse mentioned for the PJs).
    “Gird your loins with truth”. Check. “Truth” on the belt.
    “Put on the breastplate of righteousness”. Check. “Righteousness” on the front.
    “Take the shield of faith.” Check. One shield, with “Faith”.
    “And take the helmet of salvation.” Check. One helmet, with “Salvation.”

  5. I’m guessing that “FAITH” shield would be about as effective as actual faith in stopping weapons. Ghost shirts, anyone?

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