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July 5, 2005

Bargain of the Day: Deity bits

by Feòrag

A rather remarkable item has appeared on eBay today: OWN GOD'S REAL HAIR! Depicted is a lock of brown hair, tied with a white ribbon, and a remarkable claim.

You Heard it Right! You too can own a piece of Salvation, a little light in the darkness, or perhaps the ultimate Status Symbol. Forget the intangible, amaze your study groups.

Buy a Lock OF God's Hair RIGHT NOW!

You know, I expected it to be grey or white.

Posted in Religious Tat at 10:31. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: Sean M | July 12, 2005 1:16 AM

I asked the gentleman in question, through eBay's system, how he happened to come into possession of such a remarkable thing.

His answer ?

"The Gentlemen in question is in fact a dear friend of mine, and as life goes I needed to make a few dollars rather quickly, so as a personal favor to me, THE lord allowed me to borrow a lock of his flowing curls."

How ... convenient.

Wax lyrical

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