Americans have been marveling at the long lines that have snaked out the doors of retail stores since the beginning of this week. The early-bird prowess of Black Friday shoppers was also noteworthy. Many Twitter users had similar observations about those selective powers. Namely, why aren’t Black Friday early risers able to roll out of bed so eagerly on Sundays?
Whats the point of black friday ? Id like to see that much people wake up that damn early & go to church. ?
— . (@gtfo_hoee) November 29, 2013
We go out at 5am for Black Friday shopping.. But complain about 8am service at church. Please forgive us Lord.
— A R I A N E (@mydear_ariane) November 29, 2013
I long to see the day when people line up early for church like Black Friday. Think about it… eternal salvation, FREE! Now that's a deal.
— Noel (@OneWordGospel) November 29, 2013
Pastors, if you want folks to get to church early and full of excitement maybe you should call your services "Black Friday Worship Events."
— Ron Wofford (@ronwofford) November 29, 2013
It’s all about the marketing, isn’t it?
— Bernews (@bernewsdotcom) November 29, 2013