Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Forgiven


Some questions: By whom, for what, and why not just get a tattoo?

17 comments:

William Kendall said...

Tattoos are perhaps verboten in their interpretation of faith?

I'm sure the driver would be a barrel of laughs at a party, telling everyone why they're going to hell.

Lois said...

Maybe the owner of the car is just saying he has forgiven his college football team for getting routed 27-2 by their in-state rival last fall (and you thought I wouldn't notice that gator sticker down there by the license plate).

Kay said...

You're too funny. Does a tattoo absolve one of guilt? If so, does that mean we're going to see fewer Catholic confessionals?

Karl Demetz said...

I have the same questions as you, Lowell ?!
I like the car's license plate.

VP said...

We see quite strange things on cars...

Sharon Anck said...

Great questions from a wise man!

Taken For Granted said...

The graphic is tattoo like. Could the SUV owner be a Christian who is turning his other cheek? Or perhaps he is just a driver who forgives those who cut him off?

Tanya Breese said...

lol'ing at lois!

Haddock said...

Some sayings behind a car are funny.... they grab your attention.

RedPat said...

It's a mystery to me too, Lowell!

Anonymous said...

For your informationen referring to the Heinrich Heine Statue in the Berlin heute blog. H. Heine was one of the most famous German poets of the 19th century.So nothing to do with a Holocaust background.
Best regards
Nele

Halcyon said...

I love your outlook, Lowell!

cieldequimper said...

Lol Lowell. Perhaps a tattoo won't do...

magiceye said...

:) Forgiven for initiating a discussion!

Small City Scenes said...

Tattoo the car not me
MB

Gunn said...

I have the same question(s)...

EG CameraGirl said...

Ha! Lois is very funny! You really know what buttons to push to get your readers going, don't you? lol

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