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Saints were introduced by The Church of England in 1999 to solve recent problems with the advertising industry. The endorsement of commerically available products by members of the Christian Sainthood was seen as inherently disrespectful and therefore very likely to sell well.
edit Famous Saints
- Famous saints include:
- Lawrence of Arabia recognised for his work for sand
- Margaret Thatcher recognised for her work for Evil
- Bob Marley recognised for his work for Steak
- The Pilsbury Dough Boy recognised for his work for Rocks
- God recognised for his work for Bob
- Antonio Salieri for being mediocre
- Saint Vorderman recognised for her work for The Number 9
- Saint Patrick recognised for his work for Guinness
- Marx recognised for his work for Anarchy
- See Also
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Pages in category "Saints"
The following 48 pages are in this category, out of 48 total.