Church Supper Surprise
Welcome to "The Gods Are Bored!" We hope you enjoy your stay. Remember, soil that is used over and over again to plant eventually loses all its nutrients. You need to move on and find a whole new patch. So it is with gods. Is yours old and tired? Overworked? Low on nutrients, or worse -- over-fertilized by ignorant, chemical-dependent dunderheads? The bored gods are veritable compost piles of richness! Try one today!
Today's suggestion comes from Raevyn, and I wish I had the computer savvy to link her blog to mine. One of these days I'm going to get over my fixation with goats and learn how to use this machine.
Raevyn suggests we go to our 23rd blog and choose the 5th line and republish it. HEAVY HEAVY magic, there! The number 23 is the most powerful of all (its digits add up to 5). If you haven't noticed how often that number comes up in your life, you will now!
Michael Jordan noticed.
Anyway, the 5th line of my 23rd blog was:
"In her first address, Altheia XVI noted that she is conservative on issues of faith."
The blog is about the new Pagan popess, elected by a conclave of women in cloaks from thrift stores.
So you see, if you're just joining us, the tone of this blog is well established and will not change.
Anne's whole philosophy is just this: Life sucks, so laugh about it. Be a fairy while you're alive, so you'll be a better one when you get to Avalon!
By the way, my daughter The Heir loves thrift shops. Today she added to her collection of gross cookbooks of the past with nauseating recipes and scary pictures.
We have been laughing for hours over this new cookbook. One of the pictured recipes is Hot Dog Loaf. Literally what looks like a pound cake with whole hot dogs buried in it.
Try that one out for your next Methodist Church potluck supper! You're sure to win friends and influence people!
PS - If anyone wants the recipe for Hot Dog Loaf, leave a comment. And then go get some professional help with your eating issues.
AMONG THE GOATS AND THE GREATS