For those who are unfamiliar with the concept of a hitchhiker’s guide, or who do not understand sarcasm, the primary purpose of this website is humor or parody. While the information here can and should be informative, it should also be taken with a rather large grain of salt.

    Should you find anything in this guide that you disagree with or in fact know to be false, please do remember the golden rule first laid out in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, “The Guide is definitive. Reality is frequently inaccurate.”


This can be a particularly confusing part of Christian speech. It will often play itself out as follows:

Christian A: Good mornin’, brother. How’s your walk with the Lord today?
Christian B: My walk is just great, and I have just been really blessed by some great quiet time lately. How’s your walk?
Christian A: Well, I have to admit, my walk has been a bit  uphill. The Lord just doesn’t seem as present as he used to.
Christian B: I’m sorry to hear that. Have you been getting in your quiet time lately?

Translation of the Cliche’ “Walk:” When a Christian talks about their walk, they are talking about how their relationship to Christ feels. It is a touchy-feely gauge, with no bearing in reality, as all of God’s children are in fact loved by their creator and held in His hands regardless of how they may be feeling at the moment.

Creative Commons License photo credit: Phil W Shirley


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