What is the collective noun for a group of atheist buses in London?
I've spent much of today trundling around London by bus, with varying degrees of success. Along the way I passed through Euston station which was chock full of number 18 buses all sporting the British Humanist Association's "There's probably no god. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life" advert.
I got a few good suggestions back.
- @smagdali: a 'future'
- @scolvey: A sensible of buses, obviously.
- @row: a bustle?
- @deeharvey: a vanity of atheist buses
- qwghlm: An awesome of buses?
I'm not sure that anyone will top Newscounter's suggestion though:
"a congregation of atheist buses"
Enjoy it while it lasts however. The notoriously publicity shy Stephen Green has already started making a song and dance to the ASA about the adverts, saying that they are 'misleading'.
Incidentally, I notice that according to Google, the number #1 result if you search for the words of the advert is an article from the Daily Mail. Perhaps we can Googlebomb the official Atheist Bus website up to first place?