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November 3, 2003

Bargain of the Day: soap in dubious taste

by Feòrag

Today we have more soap for you. It's impressive that a religion that used to emphatically reject personal hygeine should now support a thriving trade in toiletries for the faithful. The Bar of Faith Prayer Soap ™ is not a cynical attempt to exploit tragedy - it's a Christian gift of love.

How BAR OF FAITH PRAYER SOAP™ was born September 11th, it was a day no one will ever forget. Remember the picture of the twin towers coming down with dust, dust and more dust everywhere?

You had a sense you wanted to cleanse yourself from this monumental unhappiness. That is when Rosalie Holland came up with the idea for a 100% PURE GLYCERIN BAR OF FAITH PRAYER SOAP™. At times like these when Christians everywhere are reaching out for comfort and healing, how wonderful it is to start the day washing their hands and face with a clear soap that contains a beautiful floating cross.

There are testimonials, of course, from people completely unconnected with the company:

Rosalie's good friend Leticia Hart had this to say when she first used BAR OF FAITH PRAYER SOAP™, Whenever I take this soap in my hands, it's like a miracle, I feel good all over and closer to my faith. Everyone I know wants to get these soaps for themselves and for gifts as well.

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1: Posted by: pericat | November 4, 2003 6:43 AM

I can't resist.

Can Sermon on the Mount Foaming Bubble Bath, powered by new! improved! Loaves & Fishes Technology be far behind?

What will they think of next to wrap in glycerin? Saint's relics?

2: Posted by: Feòrag | November 4, 2003 11:17 AM

Even though there are products like Pagan bath salts, there seems to be a gap in the market for Christian bath products other than salt. Still, the search has led me to today's bargain of the day, so I must dash!

Wax lyrical

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