"Happiness isn't good enough for me. I demand euphoria!" -Calvin & Hobbes.
Because you already have parks where they do live reenactments of the passion of Christ and stuff (which in itself is gory and weird, in my opinion).
But what if we had one that had everything that an actual amusement park would have?
We would call it ‘BIBLELAND’.
And it would have all sorts of rides and tours and roller coasters, like:
RED SEA: you get on and you’re chased by the Egyptians through the desert and then a Moses animatronic parts the Red Sea and you cross just before it closes on your enemies. Careful, you’re going to get splashed at the end!
NOAH’S ARK: Pair up and get on the boat that’s destined to make it through the Flood. This ride works like a pendulum, it might even do a 360 degree turn! Careful with the lions and tigers, they’re hungry and seasick. Also might get splashed.
TOUR OF THE SEVEN CHURCHES: Still a work in progress, I just found out that this is a thing people do during holy week. But I’m thinking that the last church should be the biggest one, and that’s when they snap the picture.
And the best one in the whole park:
RESURRECTION: It has a 200-foot climb, and enough drops, turns and spins to make you feel like you’ve died and come back to life!
Anyway, that’s just some ideas we managed to come up with last night.
I get the feeling some people are going to be offended by this post, and i might lose some followers, but bear in mind, I never mean to offend anyone. My religious mom and aunt were listening to us and laughing just as much, so I’m guessing this shouldn’t be upsetting to anyone, but well, you never know.
Hey, if I don’t get to buy alcohol on holy week even if I’m not a Christian, then at least let me have some fun.
If people sat outside and looked at the stars each night, I bet they’d live a lot differently. When you look into infinity, you realize there are more important things than what people do all day.
Calvin and Hobbes (via mvdhavvi)
Andai nei boschi perché desideravo vivere con saggezza, per affrontare solo i fatti essenziali della vita, e per vedere se non fossi capace di imparare quanto essa aveva da insegnarmi, e per non scoprire, in punto di morte, che non ero vissuto. Non volevo vivere quella che non era una vita, a meno che non fosse assolutamente necessario. Volevo vivere profondamente, e succhiare tutto il midollo di essa […]
Walden ovvero Vita nei boschi, Henry David Thoreau (via egocentricacomeigatti)
I don’t reblog much Loki stuff, but that was one of my favorite moments. His face, you guys.
"…I’ve been here THIRTY FUCKING SECONDS…”I will never not reblog this.
I feel you, Loki. All throughout school, I was merely ‘Joanna’s little sister’. Pissed me off too.