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macrame jesus #2 :: Br. Ezra

Janine expressed her suspicions to her mother – a sainted Irish mother if there ever was one – about the macramé Jesus hanging on her wall, but instead of sympathy her woman admonished her for paying homage to deities made of yarn.

    TAGS:  yarn, deities, Irish Mothers, macrame

The Soggy Diety :: Keith

Hernando de Soto made the mistake of telling the natives he was a sun god, so that when he did die, his men had no choice but to preserve the lie by wrapping de Soto’s corpse in a blanket weighted down with sand and sinking it in the Mississippi River.

    TAGS:  soggy, corpses, de Soto, deities, Mississippi River, so so very very sogggy, Hernando de Soto, it's the not-so soggy scrine


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