|It's not you, it's me.|
Ok. Let’s just say that things between God and earth didn’t work out. And let’s imagine that God and earth parted ways amicably (I know, I still have supplies left over from the Y2K cataclysmic scare!). So then if God went shopping for a new planet and wanted to use the bible as a resume on God’s on-line profile. And let’s say that for old times sake God asked Earth for our opinion on composing a dating profile. What parts of the bible would you suggest be emphasized? What parts would you recommend God leave out completely? And what parts would you just tweak a bit (you know, not actually lie, but just put the best possible face on things. I mean, can God wait until the third date before bringing up Noah and the flood? Is it ok for God to call the destruction of all life on the planet a “reboot” rather than an a apocalyptic horror?).
Of course, this is a two way street cupcake so the same goes for Us. If we were shopping around for a new God what parts of the bible’s story of Us should we mention, and what parts should we...say...conveniently forget until after consummation (of course there’s a few incidence like crucifying God’s son that might be a deal breaker for a lot of God’s so maybe it’s best that that bit of personal history remains in the vault). Now any God reading our profile for sure knows that we’re somewhere between 6,000 and 6,000,000,000 years old so they would have to expect that Earth has some past baggage, a few scars, some stretch marks. But under flattering lights and after a few beers I think the right sort of God could ‘drink Us pretty’ again don’t you?
On a scale of one to five what overall dateabiity rating would you give to both God as God, and Us Earth dwellers as worshipers/believers/subjects/children/whatever?
Perhaps y’all can help me compose a singles ad for Earth?
Hi, my name is Earth. I’v been out of a serious relationship for a while and I’m ready to jump back into the dating pool again! LoL. I like long spins in the universe, fresh ozone, and no strings attached.
For now I’m not interested in anything too serious or any God that’s too clingy and needy. I would really prefer an “open relationship” where we both could date others (before we went exclusive my last God became increasingly possessive until if I even looked at another God there was hell to pay!).
I’m looking for a God that’s not into rule-making, moralizing, and one that doesn’t need constant reassurance. I’m not very introspective or interested in dredging up painful histories but enjoy living in the moment and having fun fun fun! So if your the silent, brooding type of God then maybe you should keep looking for a different planet. But, if you are like me and you are ready to live free and bust loose then let’s party together like spring break and let some one else worry about cleaning up the mess!
Favorite movies: All those “Over Vermont” and “Over Chesapeake Bay” type of movies, they really show off my prettiest bits (I hate all those “Over Favellas” or “Over Hiroshima” types of documentaries).
Turn Ons: I love dogs and cats (other creatures not so much). Nature in the raw (without the bacteria, hurricanes, and scorpions please). And a sense of humor (about things like golden calves, can you give it a rest already it was a one time thing!).
Turn Offs: Bossyness, obsessiveness, accountability.