Thursday, May 24, 2018

This San Antonio Church Has the Most Hilarious Marquee Signs

Posted By on Thu, May 24, 2018 at 11:05 AM

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While most churches have scripture or the uber-original "Jesus Loves You" written on their marquees, one San Antonio church is turning heads with its messages.

Camelot Christian Center, located at 7620 Ray Bon Drive, has gotten some attention with its signage, especially among millennials. The messages give nods to pop culture. There's the "YOLO" bit (which was probably more appropriate back in 2012 – but still funny) and a jab at Kanye West's ego.
Then there's this bit of puro humor.
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Keep 'em coming, y'all.

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