Win two tickets to see Jim Jefferies Live at the Santa Barbara LOL Comedy Festival, Sunday September 7th at the Arlington Theatre. Just rewrite the punchline.
Ok here it is. In Jim Jefferies comedy special Alcoholocaust, Jim Jefferies talks about his belief in what the bible should say.
"The Bible should be one sheet of paper, and on the paper it should say, try not to be ________" Fill in the blank. What we mean is post you answer on the facebook post page below. See how everyone else is doing it?
Be creative and funny but not offensive or your post will be removed. The post answer with the most likes, wins! Winner will be announced, and you can count the likes yourself, on Sunday July 27, officially ending at 6PM. #sblolfest
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