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Over at Cyanide & Happiness, you can see the full strip and the response we all have for Jesus.
“She” has a beard.
I realize this is a bit of a nit-picky comment… but I’m pretty sure the person Jesus is offering the bread to is a guy (hence the beard) rather than a “her”.
FML. Fixed the headline.
Recommended with a side of fava beans and paired with a good chianti… ;^)
When I was a little Baptist boy, the wine was Welch’s finest grape juice, and the unleavened bread was Mrs. Baird’s brand sliced white bread that had been squished flat and
cut into pieces to “unleaven” it. Was eating this ersatz Jesus as worthy as having burgundy and matzo? I lost interest in the question long ago.
Leavening is yeast, not altitude. Dude, you’re guilty of breaking some obscure taboo.
“Weird” is an understatement.
What was with the Welch’s grape juice?? Why did it always have to be Welch’s?? Whenever I drink it as an atheist adult I still feel like I’m doing something wrong! As a kid I always felt so guilty taking “communion” since I never felt “right” with god.
“Oh God, these cream-filled donuts are divine!”
Yeah, that’s my… Oh, nevermind.
The line missing from Silence of the Lambs…
(Christine) “Hannibal, you putz, there IS NO such thing as a good chianti!”
Reverse cannibal Jesus.