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Friday, April 18, 2014

Yes, I'm going to hell

But at least I'll be with my friends. :-D

Being that it's Easter weekend, I couldn't resist sharing these tidbits I found. (Warning: Blasphemy ahead.)

Oh boy, fun for the whole family! I think I'd pass, though. I do not need to find Easter eggs that badly.





Everybody sing along! "It's fun to stay at the Y-M-C-A..."





EDIT: I just saw this, and it begged to be added. To this, I only have one question: WTF??



Lest I be accused of only lampooning the Christian/Catholic faith, rest assured, I'm an equal opportunity offender. Found these Passover cartoons as well:





Actually, matzo really isn't that bad. Bland and boring, yes, but at least it's not gross, like those disgusting beige blobs (AKA gefilte fish) you've heard me bitch about in the past.

Don't believe me? Here ya go -- validation:





At least the foodies will never be allowed to wrap it in bacon. But if some sweet/savory combo freak ever tries covering it with chocolate, I am leaving the planet.

Whatever you celebrate, have a great weekend, y'all.

34 comments:

  1. Well, if you're going to Hell, save me a seat...

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  2. Egg and onion matzo is the best. Otherwise you can put butter on it. Mom makes fried matzo too. As far as gefilte fish, I agree it's an acquired taste thing, but I acquired it a long long time ago.

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  3. Very Crude but Funny too...LOL

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  4. Craig -- for us, it will be more like "happy Sunday," but thanks. :-)

    Chief -- of course!

    Jen -- I looooved matzo-brei (matzo fried with eggs) as a kid. But yeah, I never liked gefilte fish. To be fair, I never tasted homemade, just the bottled Manischewitz crap.

    Nancy -- yup, that's me!

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  5. I am convinced Jewish kids should claim egg hunts...at least there is an egg on the seder plate! Eggs have nothing to do with Easter!

    xoxoxo

    Sarah_Rocks

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  6. I wish there were some way I could think of where you could atone for your blasphemy...that would tame that sharp tongue of yours just a little, for just a bit. But no, I just can't think of *anything*...lol

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  7. Sarah -- go look at the photo I just added. Apparently, there IS a connection between Easter and eggs... (don't take a sip of anything before you look).

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  8. Anonymous -- nope, I can't either.

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  9. Oh Erica,

    Absolutely hilarious.

    Enjoy your weekend.

    Love,
    Ronnie
    xx

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  10. Ronnie -- glad you enjoyed. :-)

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  11. As my Mother used to say, Erica, happy matzo crumbs! The trick is to drown the gefilte fish in horse radish.

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  12. Mitch -- but I hate horseradish! (sigh)

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  13. I hates ta burst yer bubble, but thar jest ain't no place called hell, so you cain't go thar. As fer them thin's ya put on here, dey's funny.

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  14. Just this...SO inappropriately APPROPRIATE, like Joan Rivers! :)

    I have a very insensitive sense of humor-nothing is off limits. LOL

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  15. Bobbie Jo -- hey, I sure don't believe in it either. :-)

    Kelly -- I have a few limits, but blasphemy isn't one of them.

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  16. sub hub -- figuratively, I hope. :-)

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  17. Who knows? Maybe the Devil is a good spanler.

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  18. I hope bad tyest don't to hell. ahould be, Who knows? Maybe the Devil is a good spanker.

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  19. Anonymous -- I would imagine he is.

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  20. See you in hell. It'd only be boring in heaven anyway :D
    Fun post Erica.

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  21. Tara -- agreed! Angels are overrated. :-)

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  22. Here's hoping you find yourself Ass over for Passover.
    John

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  23. Lucifer's testicles? I'll have mine with a side of hash browns :) and I wouldn't want to have to hunt for my Easter eggs up "there"!

    Hugs,
    Hermione

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  24. If you want a real laugh, and a more fun way of looking at this holiday, look up the Eastern European version of Easter. Switchings for the ladies and pails of cold water for the guys.

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  25. John -- yes!

    Hermione -- I have no idea where that came from. I like my testicles scrambled, thanks.

    Loki -- cold water?? How NOT fun for the men!

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  26. Here is one account of the Czech Easter traditions. I may have been wrong about who gets the water though.

    http://globalvoicesonline.org/2008/03/23/czech-republic-slovakia-whipping-girls-and-other-easter-traditions/


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  27. Hope you have a great Easter/Passover.

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  28. Thanks, too cute.... nice robust spaning will do for you but very funny.
    Always
    Ron

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  29. No, not hell Erica. I'm pretty sure your final destiny will involve eternal, heavenly spankings. .

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  30. Ron -- thanks.

    MrJ -- now that sounds nice. :-)

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  31. Here one of my favourite Einstein quotes gets an additional meaning: Subtle is the Lord, but he is not malicious.

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