Offline, Rick was noting that Outhouse pageviews are going through the (admittedly low) roof today. I checked the stats, and indeed, it appears that visitors are drawn in by “Nothing deep, just shallow humor“. Take the quotation marks out of that sentence, and that’s a sad truism that is demonstrated by the existence of mega-churches. Who knew that even here in The Confessional Outhouse we would feel the effects of seeker-sensitivity and consumerism!

Quick, somebody post something about the role of individual sanctification in social transformation before the poopie jokes break out and we start having fun around here!

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6 Responses to Seeker-sensitive

  1. Rick says:

    Rube, you’re not helping. I’m glad Zrim just posted over you. 🙂

  2. RubeRad says:

    Eric started it! Nobody was having fun in here until he started posting!

  3. I have a suggestion. In the spirit of Christian humor, do a thread on baffling Christian song lyrics. I have three:

    “Climb, climb up sunshine mountain”

    “Drop-kick me, Jesus, through the goalposts of life”

    “Tweak another cheek, tweak the cheak next to ya, tweak another cheak and sing this song…Halalalalalala-leluya”

  4. efwake says:

    I’m working on transforming the culture of the outhouse from one of serious Presbyterian and Reformed discussion into one where we talk about poopy, and… what was that clever one Albino had… playing pick-up sticks with our butt cheeks.

    Actually it doens’t seem like much of a stretch to me… our name being “The Confessional Outhouse” and all.

    Pass the latest copy of First Things, I feel a rumble in the jungle…

  5. The pick-up sticks line is from “Planes, Trains and Automobiles”, one of the most hilarious movies of all time.

  6. efwake says:

    “Those aren’t pillows!!!!!!!!”

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