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I particularly enjoyed the snide comment by the British Humanist Association's chief executive:
I couldn't really care about the actual campaign, it's just another advertising poster to ignore, but I'm surprised that it's generated the amount of controversy that it has. I mean if religions can advertise then why not atheism? If you're going to be offended by this advertising, then presumably atheists are all being offended by god-bothering posters.
So my question is regarding religious advertising. What's the most unintentionally hilarious one you've seen? There's a church near me which has such sometimes unintentional, and usually cringe worthy, gems as:
"Last services before M25"
"If man evolved from monkeys, who made the monkeys?"
"Fight truth decay - study the Bible"
Not an intentionally 'Heated Topic' but it does involve religion so I thought it should join it's fellow religion-related topics in here so it doesn't feel lonely on the main board.
I do wonder what the ASA is going to do though. This must be a crappy Monday morning at work for them...