Actor and comedian Jim Gaffigan often discusses religion in his comedy but this time the joke was on him.
On Friday evening after ordering an Uber, Gaffigan discovered his chariot awaited...
The good news spread far and wide throughout Twitter:
I thought He drove a Honda but doesn't talk about it: "For I did not speak of my own Accord..." John 12:49— Klye Plaup (@kjpaup) March 4, 2018
I bet the tiny water bottles don't last very long in his car.— Viral Kothari (@ViralwithWords) March 4, 2018
Instead of hitting up your credit card, he charges you 5 Hail Marys and 7 our fathers per mile.— Chris Beatty (@chrisbeatty66) March 4, 2018
For many, this was not what they expected:
Didn’t you think it would be different when He came back?— missourimom93 (@missourimom93) March 4, 2018
not how i imagined the second coming but i guess it is what it is— jo_n (@jonadams599) March 4, 2018
Of all the ways the Rapture could begin, I can honestly say I never would have picked Uber.— Darren Rusakiewicz (@DRustyCabbage) March 4, 2018
I always imagined the second coming to be a bit more dramatic— Stephanie Wendel (@WendelStephanie) March 4, 2018
Not how I thought he’d return, but I dig it.— Italian for ‘extra special.’ (@ToddWaller) March 4, 2018
Perhaps most surprising was the thought Twitter users put into Jesus's wheels:
And such a sensible mode of transportation. It's the "manger" of cars— Kait (@sophistikaty) March 4, 2018
It makes sense. Jesus was of the people for the people. He wouldn’t come in a Mercedes. 😇— Alexine (@AlexineBook) March 4, 2018
Regardless, we're thankful to Jim Gaffigan for the warning. Time to delete your internet history!