Amazingly, I found this on www.richarddawkins.net.
We interviewed a few famous Catholics, and asked their opinions of the God Spray.
"I've told all the bloggers that they're damned, Holy Father."
Vincent Nichols: "It's using my God Spray that keeps me so cheerful. No need to worry about what's going on in the Archdiocese of Westminster - a blast of God Spray puts everything right. But don't you dare blog about it."
Hans Küng is marketing his own fragrance.
Hans Küng: "No, don't use God Spray. Use MY fragrance instead. I need more people to believe in ME. After all, I'm a learned professor who has written 9027 books about Catholicism!"
The God Spray is available in Tablet form, as well.
Catherine Pepinster: "Just take one of our bitter pills, and you will be suffused by a warm feeling of sancti
In fact, there's no need even to take them, just buy our Tablets and throw them away as soon as you get
home. That's what everyone else does."
But even atheists have found that a spray-on faith can be useful.
Whenever I'm debating with a stuffed rabbit, I spray on "Atheist Mist" perfume first.