And now, a few bizarre and amusing Nativity scenes (24 Photos)

  • wetmybed

    #13 BLASPHEMY! R2 should be Luke!

  • clay

    Guy on the far left… "I'm a wiseman, Mutha Fucker!"
    or perhaps "Does Baby Jesus look like a bitch?"

  • TheDog59

    #3 nipplelicous

  • SnidleeWhiplash

    #17 This one has the Holy Ghost, not Jesus! Obviously this will generate some theological discussions….

  • warren

    #4 True story bro!!!

  • Johnny K.

    Wow… These are, by far, the most interesting posts I have ever seen! Heathens vs. Bible Thumpers, Godless Sinners vs. God Loving Extremists… Lets keep in mind that we don't Chive to be spiritually enlightened; we want to see FLBP, Hump Day posts till my retinas detach and be reminded of how awesome our childhood was! Chive On Heathens and Thumpers!!! Chive On!!! Have a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, a crazy Kwanzaa, a tip-top Tet and a solemn & dignified Ramadan!!!

    • Johnny K.

      ***our retinas detached… I got a little carried away there…

      • TiminPhx

        I just tried to post a comment asking when a parody would be done about a certain religion and it would even post, without a "Awaits the approval of the site admins" comment.

    • sdc

      How dare you insult my faith by excluding us?

      So Happy Festivus for the rest of us!

  • tom

    #6 Hurray for Dante of Clerks the Animated Series. Jesus is also kinda cool.

    #7 This is non-ironic since the Krampus is celebrated for real.
    An 'expert' explains it all.

  • fred

    I'm christian and these are pretty funny. Love the wtf look on baby Jesus in #18

  • Leonel_LyL

    And thus, theChive gave ALL the power to the ignorant atheists.

    • Really?

      Um….okay? I feel so powerful now. No doubt about it: the Chive showing a collection of humorous and/or wacky nativity scenes has completely destroyed the pervasive influence of Christianity in this nation.

      By the way, did I spell everything correctly? I'm pretty ignorant, you know.

  • TiminPhx

    I just attempted to ask, by specific name when we could see a parody pictorial featuring a certain religion.

    "Your comment must be approved by the site admins before it will appear publicly"

    You don't get that with anything Christian. You can bash, include them in parody all day long. How EDGY.

    But even use the name of this one religion and out of fear or super-sized PC and it's not going to show automatically.


    • sdc

      I am not religious, in fact I believe most religious people (of any faith) are a little nuts but, in part, I agree with you.

      In part, meaning that there is a bit of a double standard not just with the Chive but everywhere. Let's remember, there is good reason for this because mocking some other faiths tends to get you dead.

      The Chive owners don't make it a secret about where they are located so think about it… if YOU were them, wouldn't you be careful about this as well?

    • Beldar

      You're starting to get boring.

  • BHorn

    #16 is pretty good, but a 3 Wisemen is Johnny, Jack and Jim, Jose is in the 4 Hoursemen

  • Beldar

    To the "Christians" who are offended by these pictures, you probably find this WHOLE site offensive. Move along please, nothing for you to see here.

  • Jimmy

    #3 – There goes the neighborhood!

  • Tim

    This is our latest project, I think some of you may get a kick out of it 🙂

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