christine~ (eppylover) wrote,

Holy Death By Chocolate, Batman!

Disclaimer for Sundays
If you're

a regular reader and a Christian
(or similarly afflicted with the mindset of any brand of religiousity),
you already know to avoid this journal on Sundays.
However, if you're
relatively new to me
~ welcome friend! ~
on weekdays, please enjoy my random scribblings, raves and rants on Eppy, Beatles, and everything that happens to assail my consciousness,

unconsciousness and subconsciousness. Feel free to friend me and/or comment to me. If you don't wish to expose yourself (and yes, there are good

reasons), I love anonymous comments, too ~ believe it or not!

a little song, a little dance,
a little seltzer down your pants
In conclusion...
Depending upon your "faith"
be on your guard on Sundays.
The eppylover never wishes to offend,
yet she must have her day
to indulge in her own non-beliefs
and vent her frustrations.

Chocolate Christ

Chocolate Christ art exhibit cancelled

Artist Cosimo Cavallaro's 200 pound, milk chocolate sculpture of Christ was to be exhibited next week

at Manhattan's Lab Gallery but the Roger Smith Hotel that houses the exhibition space cancelled the show today.

After hotel officials bowed to pressure from pissed off Catholics, Gallery director Matt Semler resigned.

[ MORE ]

Now the REAL question is:

If Sally Forth breaks off and eats Hilary's chocolate bunny ears before Easter morning,

then what part of chocolate christ does the eppylover break off and eat...

...before the raging crazy catholics get a chance to put that holy diaper on him,
drag him over to their cathedral and install him over the altar?

...and, in that case, dang it all. They should have given him a nice, generous woody.

Also she prefers DARK chocolate, not milk chocolate.

(Guess I told THEM, huh. *snort*)


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