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LOLcat Bible - In teh beginnin Ceiling Cat maded teh skiez An da Urfs n stuffs - cover

LOLcat Bible - In teh beginnin Ceiling Cat maded teh skiez An da Urfs n stuffs

Martin Grondin

Publisher: Ulysses Press

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Summary

“If you love cats and are also familiar with the language and humor of internet memes, you will find this book a fun light entertainment.” —Bible Study Magazine 
 
GIV US DIS DAY OUR DALEE CHEEZBURGER. 
 
AND FURGIV US FOR MAKIN YU A COOKIE, BUT EATEDING IT. 
 
AND WE FURGIV WEN CATS STEEL OUR COOKIEZ. 
 
From the biblical languages of Greek and Hebrew to Latin and the King’s English, the Bible has been translated into over 2000 languages. 
 
ADD ONE MORE. 
 
For the first time ever, LOLCat Bible brings the good news to your feline friends in their native LOLSpeak. The perfect gift for cuddly kittehs everywhere, this book retells the greatest stories ever told like never before, including:Noah’s Reely Big BowtMoses an teh Scari Burnin BushTeh Ten Bad PlaguesDavid an Goliath teh GiuntDaniel an teh Pooch’s DenJonah an teh Big FishieWawter into BoozeHappy Cat Walks on WawterTeh Last Cheezburger FeestHappy Cat Rises from teh Deds 
 
and many, many more . . .  
 
“A lot of fun, and—surprisingly—it may inspire many to dust off their Bibles, just to see the original texts BCLC (before the creation of LOLcat).” —SeattlePI 
 
“Srsly. People have gotten together to ‘translate’ the whole of the Bible into poorly-written Internet-speak. And it’s awesome . . . Here’s what I love about this book (besides the fact that it’s silly as all get-out): it really truly engages the text.” —Spiritual Implications
Available since: 02/09/2010.
Print length: 154 pages.

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