On Friday afternoon, a car full of guys drove past me as I walked to Technigraphics. One of them rolled down their window and yelled, "Nice sweater!" at me.
This was a sarcastic comment. He didn't really like my sweater. He just said he did to make fun of me. You know. Like a joke.
And as they drove away from me, I looked at the back of the car and saw a "Jesus fish" on it. A Jesus fish! Christians were yelling mean things at me. On Good Friday, no less!
You know what? Instead of a "Jesus fish" on their car, they should have had a bumper sticker that read: "WWJND" - "What Would Jesus Not Do!" Am I right? Am I right? Because I doubt Jesus would do that - drive by someone walking to Technigraphics and make a sarcastic comment about liking their sweater.
Needless to say, I developed some pretty strong arguments towards those guys - in the event that I would run into them again on my way to Technigraphics.
I never did.
But if I had, I would have had some pretty arguments, I can tell you.
In conclusion, this blog entry dealt with:
- Sarcasm (It is a style of humor we all admittedly use)
- Christians! (Some of them live in glass houses, yes?)
- The popular phenomenon of "WWJD?" (I mean, people, isn't it a little bit weeeeiiiird?)
- Technigraphics (That Jeremy who works there sure is nice!)