Oh... kay...

"A Friend You Can EAT!"


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Coaster's picture

Do. Not. Make. The. Obvious. Joke. 

No Coaster.  Do. not. do. that.

What's the obvious joke?

FearlessFreep's picture

What a friend we have in Jesus, eat his flesh and drink his blood!

Well it seems obvious to ME!

Yeah, you'd think Coaster would be more into Jesus

Rajah's picture

him being a cannibal and all

Mmm-mm. That's some mighty tasty Jesus!

TheWreck's picture

I wonder if the quality of the hosts (like the quality of most other manufactured foodstuffs that harken back to my Days O Yore) has also declined?

And can you imaging the hoo-hah that would erupt if there ever was a host recall?  Try explaining THAT in catechism.

"What's the matter, little Seamus?"

"I can't eat Jesus because he made my friend Tommy die, choking on his own vomit!"



Tangy Bar-B-Q flavored Host! mmmmmmm!

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

{;-) Dan in Miami

Jesus Crackers

Rajah's picture

With all the goodness of Jesus but half the fat!

Soylent Green is Jesus!

Spred some John the Baptist head cheese on that!

Rajah's picture

Oh no, I went too far!

I'm guessing now the joke wasn't all that obvious

Coaster's picture

Judging from the amount of lame-ass comments.  Cute video, though. 


Retard In The Theater's picture


"Sorry we ate your great-great-grandpa."

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

Chuck Shepherd – Sun Jan 10, 12:00 am ET

"Sorry we ate your great-great-grandpa." ("Hey, no problem!")

Natives of the Erromango section of the Pacific island Vanuatu recently held a formal "conciliation" with the great-great-grandson of the British missionary whom the islanders' ancestors ate when he came ashore in 1839. Charles Milner-Williams' forebear, Rev. John Williams, was regarded as the most famous Christian missionary of the era.

Vanuatan legislator Ralph Regenvanu told BBC News that cannibalism was traditionally a sacred warrior practice for "vanquishing a threat (and) absorbing the power of the enemy." Nonetheless, he said, the island has long felt "guilt," and even a "complex," from killing and eating Rev. Williams. In penitence, Vanuatu symbolically gave the Williams family a 7-year-old girl, who will not be eaten but whose education Milner-Williams promised to underwrite. [BBC News, 12-7-09]

{;-) Dan in Miami

PS:  Mmmmm!  Tangy bar-b-q flavored missionary!

PPS:  What wine goes with an Anglican?  Perhaps a dry white Cardonnay?


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