Something to Make You Smile

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Something to Make You SmileThe Love Commandment

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You have probably seen or heard a few of these clever sayings before. This collection of seventeen quips were featured on billboards in Ft. Lauderdale and paid for by an anonymous donor.

Do You Have Any Idea Where You Are Going? —God

Will The Road You’re On Get You To My Place? —God

Need Directions? —God

Follow Me. —God

Let’s Meet At My House Sunday Before The Game. —God

C’mon Over and Bring The Kids. —God

Tell The Kids I Love Them. —God

Have You Read My #1 Bestseller? There Will Be A Test. —God

Big Band Theory? You’ve Got To Be Kidding. —God

Loved The Wedding, Invite Me To The Marriage. —God

Need A Marriage Counselor? —God

Keep Using My Name In Vain, And I’ll Make Rush Hour Longer. —God

My Way Is The Highway. —God

We Need To Talk. —God

What Part Of Thou Shalt Not— Didn’t You Understand? —God

That “Love Thy Neighbor” Thing. I Meant It. —God

You Think It’s Hot Here? —God

I Love You, And You, And You, And You . . . —God

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  4. Chip Etier says:

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