An increasingly prevalent and defining aspect of the church in America(Churchus Americanus), is its symbiotic relationship with the gas station or convenience store. Scientists have been unable to ascertain exactly how they benefit each other, but the Church and the Gas Station/Convenience Store are frequently found near each other. This relationship has vexed scientists for the last 50 years, when it was first observed. They are not mutually dependent, but they seem to prosper more when together, and Churches independent of Gas Stations and 7/11 are becoming endangered. 7/11 tends to bond more exclusively with liberal denomination churches. AM/PM is far more versatile but works well with the more traditional and conservative churches.
"By god's will, in this mighty Church, there will be pound cake to dip in orange soda at communion."
Strongly Agree, as if it were law.
Player 1: "Look at the junk in her trunk, I'd tap that ass"
Player 2: "Church!"
1. a place of worship.
2. slang term used to describe a house of ill repute
or a titty bar
when speaking in the presence of women.
3. used to express agreement, to replace amen
4. slang for good bye, similar to peace
1. I go to church every Sunday.
2. I go to church every Wednesday on my lunch hour.
3. I hear that, Church!
4. Well, I'm out, Church!
The best cure for insomnia.
Can't sleep? Go to church.
similar to a mental hospital, but with less physical restraints
"the crazy child molestor was sentenced to 12 years in church"
Church accaully means a group of people that follow god.
Jesus never mentioned the church as a building in the bible.
"Man I love the church, they've helped me out heaps!"
"Yeah, the church is helping out the homeless people this week"
A clear warning sign that you are in a sketchy neighborhood or very near one.
"Hey, I think I see a Church's Chicken up at that corner. Better turn around."
A group of people, called and chosen by Jesus Christ to be a representation of him in the earth. This word is often mistaken to mean the building or facility in which people meet to talk about God.
And he is the head of the body, the church; he is the beginning and the firstborn from among the dead, so that in everything he might have the supremacy. Colossians 1:18, NIV.