Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Décolletage Ministry

This term refers to the practice of advertising one's religiosity by wearing significant décolletage and having a cross suspended between the breasts. This is especially effective if the practitioner has either very prominent breasts or is not wearing a bra.

Jessica, who was both very religious and had been embarassed by her rather prominent breasts, made them into a spiritual asset by practicing décolletage ministry. She found it more effective than the John 3:16 signs.

--posted in Urban Dictionary by me, January 24, 2006.

This is for true; strange to say.  There are some people who intentionally use this approach to spread the Good Word.  Can we call that the Good Look?

Her technique might be over-the-top; proving that subtlety is usually best.  I would suggest that she wear a small, gold crucifix instead.

In recent news from Britain, the government there is going to argue that Christians have no right to wear a crucifix at work:


Sometimes government can act tottally like douchebags.  A wise boss (a rara avis) knows not to be too prescriptive when it comes to fashion or adornment choice for ladies.
Funny thing, I suddenly have an urge to wear one, even though there is absolutely no likelihood of it happening here.


Mike said...

Hey! I learned a new word today. Time for a nap.

I think it was Wiley that did a cartoon on how to make someone want to own an elephant. A guy was standing next to a sign that said elephant free zone.

Bilbo said...

I believe Mike and I need to make our friend John aware of this new approach to ministry. I'm guessing it will help fill the pews.

The Bastard King of England said...

You must live in a very liberal or exhibitionistic place! A good new word.

Duckbutt said...

I've wondered about that phenomenon also.

The British government does seem to be very prescriptive of everything. Our government either hasn't thought of the idea yet, or (how wonderful if true) is too smart to get into that morass.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Making it illegal may actually make it popular.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

That sounds like a plan to increasse blessings manifold.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

Lived in New Orleans, currently in NC.

eViL pOp TaRt said...

I think they simply had an oversight.