The Beer Prayer


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  • mark

    There is a story in the Bible where Jesus was at a wedding party that was lasting several days and finally they ran out of wine. Jesus then created more wine from water and served it up to the party goers who were already drunk. sounds to me like Jesus really knows how to party.

    We could learn a thing or two from him.

  • Cameron Pittman

    ridiculously awesome

  • yinyang

    Eh. I’m not a fan of this one any more than the original, but at least it’s funny.

  • the chaplain

    LOL! I’m not a beer-drinker, but this “prayer” is still a lot of fun.

  • Darryl

    Not the most clever thing I’ve read, but if you’re going to be sacrilegious, I guess beer is a good reason for it.

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  • Viggo the Carpathian

    If you are sober enough to recite it, keep drinking.

  • Jason

    I heard Jesus wasn’t crucified, but just got really, really drunk, and somebody tied him to a cross as a prank. He woke up hanging from a cross. Hence the term: Hangover.

  • Matt Stone

    Sacreligious but I laughed anyway.

    Here is a genuine prayer attributed to St. Brigid:

    I would like to have the men of Heaven in my own house:
    With vats of good cheer laid out for them.
    I would like to have the three Marys, their fame is so great.
    I would like people from every corner of Heaven.
    I would like them to be cheerful in their drinking,
    I would like to have Jesus too here amongst them.
    I would like a great lake of beer for the King of Kings,
    I would like to be watching Heaven’s family, drinking it through all eternity.

  • Kori

    Sounds like something straight out of Lushotology (a parody religion)’s teachings.

    The Lushotological equivalent to “John 3:16”?

    “More Booze; Less Guilt.”