Saint Josephs BDAY and “the LAST Supper”
St. Joe’s Birthday (March 19th)
Saint Josephs day is march 19th or something. Do you know why he is a saint? He was appointed a saint by the Pope, because he was the spouse of the virgin mary, and she was a complete weirdo or whatever with all this divine vaginal stuff going on, and Joe was like – “oh god, FML”, I need a break. So the pope was like – OK dude, I get it. POOF. You are a saint. all set. And joe was like, no shit? Can I get a free membership to the sheep festival? The Pope was like – yeah. No.
The Last Supper (according to those there)
So the last supper is basically pretty important. Not only because its a legendary story, but also because there is a huge misconception about it. There is a pretty standard story that goes along with the last supper that includes brother jebus making some fine stew and bread to go with it. Also, there was a few rumors about booze, but I can”t confirm nor deny that portion. So anyway, the big thing about this is – it never happened. How do I know and be so sure? WELL…
Mainly because its THE LAST SUPPER. And I am pretty sure since jeebus made all that stuff, there have been other suppers that people have had. So, it being the last is just a fable. They probably mean like.. “OH THIS IS THE LAST SUPPER I am making this damn stew, because I can’t find any good rosemary around up in this stable and whatever”. So that is pretty much a guaranteed fact i think. So, who knows when the last supper will be? Well, pretty much the people having it, I would venture to guess.
I also imagine there will be some serious arguments about when the last one will be. My guess is the second Saturday in august, since its the end of the world day. But back to the last supper we all know about. I am pretty sure they did not have ketchup there, which pretty much sucks.
This post was sponsored by GOD (not godmode). Why? I won $2 in the lottery, so that pays for coffee which keeps me from going on a hissy-fit spree according to sources close to such incidents.
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