Ah yes, the equal love haters have struck again (shocker) with the skywriting. Some utter wanker had “Jesus Saves” written in the sky today, on the 40th anniversary of the Sydney Mardi Gras. Imagine being so sad and bitter you went out of your way and spent money to ruin someone else’s day. What a life.
Same-sex marriage may finally be legal in Australia now but protests against it are sadly always gonna exist:
As Sydney gets ready to celebrate Mardi Gras, some one has been busy writing Jesus on the blue sky wall. pic.twitter.com/zq8WMz2SSb
— Subel B (@svbel) March 3, 2018
“As Sydney gets ready to celebrate Mardi Gras, some one has been busy writing Jesus on the blue sky wall.”
According to Nine News, the skywriting first appeared around 5ish when people started to spot it. But as it appears, the sky didn’t seem to want any part of it because the word “Jesus” faded leaving “saves” all on its own. And well, that works way better.
Lots of people were pretty pissed about it but others didn’t let it get to them:
— Mama Alto (@MamaAlto) March 3, 2018
“Over the park as the Mardi Gras parade assembles…oh darling please, Jesus loves us ALL”
Record crowds are expected at this years Mardi Gras as thousands flock to Oxford Street to celebrate love in all its forms and this year’s parade is particularly sweet because it marks the first year of same-sex marriage in the country.
Haters aside, this year’s Mardi Gras is set to soar with Sydney’s first ever Mardi Gras wedding taking place when the parade kicks off this evening. There’s gonna be a giant white wedding cake float and sequined tuxedos to dazzle. And everyone’s invited.
Also Cher’s making an appearance and let’s be real, Cher does some quality saving. Someone should definitely put “Cher Saves” in the sky.
Anyway, this little effort to ruin Mardi Gras has probably faded from the sky by now unlike the amount of love Sydney’s about to witness on their streets. Take that, haters.Source: 9 News
Image: Twitter / @lanesainty