Christ endorsed?! Count me in! :)
something about this seems wrong. WRONG!! wth is wrong w/people?? WRONG WRONG WRONG
I thought Jesus was a carpenter, not a leather worker????? I've been living a lie!!!
Do we wear it with Acne jeans?...
I am so confused. What on earth? These people couldn't come up with a less "loaded" name? I wonder what their bags/shipping materials look like. "Ms. Kiefer, this is the main office. A package has arrived for you from CHRIST."
Haha, I'm German and quite used to this brand name. Nothing odd about it to me... :)I used to work at a mall, across from this jeweller: http://www.christ.de/index.jsf?gclid=COq0kbKEn6gCFUjxzAodcmL5Hg
haha! i love claire's comment - "ah, a package from christ has arrived for you..." so funny!
So wrong. I am surprised they are still in business. And Claire's comment is hilarious!
all this time I have been advertising for german leather goods.....
0_0...the stuff you come across, my GOD. bahahaha..i hope you have a killer weekend toots. ;)
yeah, i totally just called you toots. LOL.
they should team up with jesus and make gardening wear (our gardener at the office name is jesus)
Looks like Christ hired a Satan-looking blonde! Haha!Have a happy weekend! Missed reading your blog on my hiatus!
ps - please tell me you've seen that video with the cat getting cuddly with a dolphin which is going around right now: http://fourleafcloverblog.com/?p=2709
thou shall not use the Lords name in vain!
teehehe! I love claires comment too :) It has to be one of those things that was just lost in translation like Bimbo Bread... haha Bimbo Bread...
That smile...err...Happy weekend dear!xoxo,Chic 'n Cheap Living
*blank stare* lol!!So, again I ask, there was no one on the marketing team or a PR group who said "this isn't a good idea?"*le sigh
Christ is a pretty common German last name. A name like Miller or Smith, so if you are German (like me) it is not weird, not even a bit.
I never realized Christ was a common german name..either way, this is...tons of LOL
How weird! Know what... I think they might not even be aware what their name means in English (it's definitely not a German common name as Liz thinks, but I have a hunch that they would be kind of proud to be 'the Christs' in the States).Having problems with the video - bah! - will try later.
Yeah, but Christ means almost the same in German, most people say Christus, though :) maybe they don't see the connection. By the way, it really is a common name. I was born in Germany in lived there quite a while. I know three families named Christ, and another one named Christman, haha. Never looked at it that way, it is so common.
You know what's fucked, everytime I see title of this post..I hear Corey Feldman from Lost Boys in my head. He says "Christ" in such a deep voice for a little guy...it's hilarious.
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