Posted by Diana in Halloween
I hate it when I come back home and find a flyer attached to my door asking me to join some sort of church organization. Do solicitors really have so much free time that they can just go door to door, shoving their unwanted pamphlets in thousands of doors? I tried making a sign, that was later turned into a plaque, to ward off this spam and made extra care to include churches who seem to think “no soliciting” does not apply to them. This is the plaque:
As you can see, the sign does in fact exist, however, for some reason we still got religious advertisements on our door. While I choose to take the higher ground, and simply ignore the advertisements and throw them away, Kevin has attempted to create a rapport with them by leaving his own responses on the ads and taping it to the door for them to see the next time they come around our neighborhood. I took some pictures to show you how creative and snarky his responses are. The first is on an advertisement for North Valley Baptist Church:
As you can see, it was posted on our door on Fathers Day, trying to entice us to attend their Father’s Day Service. I think what I like best about this sign is the amount of responses I have received from random people. I remember when our internet went down, we had to call Comcast to come to our house to repair it. When I answered the door, the comcast repairman chuckled and said, “Hi, I’m from North Valley Baptist and… naw, just kidding!”.
The second flyer Kevin wrote on was simply a picture of Jesus. I have no clue what they were trying to sell, but either way it was unwanted crap left on our door, therefore, it was up for ridicule from Kevin. And voila, we have door decoration number 2!
However, someone left a pamphlet on my door last night and, to be honest, this club sounds pretty sweet:
Here is the front:
Then, when you open it, you see:
Then you flip that flap open and you see:
At this point, I was totally sold in joining this group. The next page was just gravy:
I’m a little upset that for once, the organization didn’t leave behind any contact information or even a place where to meet. I’m not much on religions, but this one sounds like one I can actually brag to my friends about. If anybody knows where this thing meets up, can you please let me know?