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October 7, 2003

God's todger

by Feòrag

South Africa: The wife of a Dutch Reformed preacher is convinced that the tower leading to her church's entrance is a male sexual organ which is making love to the goddess of the sky.

She wrote a letter to the congregation talking about her vision in which the tower, a structure about 8m high, was unmistakably the sign of the Freemasons and also resembled the image of the sun god of Babel.
According to the church's caretaker, Lukas Marais, the elders of the congregation will now have to decide whether to destroy the tower. It would cost R100 000 [£8676/€12400] to do the work.

Other members of the church were of the opinion that there were more important matters at hand, like poverty and hunger. Preacher's wife causes a stir with vision about phallic symbol - The Mercury, 6th October, 2003 (via Gullibility isn't in the dictionary).

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1: Posted by: Pass the Gas | October 9, 2003 10:25 PM

You can see a picture of the church here:
http://www.danchan.com/weblog/PasstheGas/75887
And, wow, it does look a lot like a penis... [Not for those who are easily offended]

(Sorry, the site is kind of slow today, you might have a wait a while.)

Pass

2: Posted by: Mad Mac | March 24, 2004 12:35 PM

Just cause she aint gettin any!

Wax lyrical

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