Sunday, March 18, 2007

Rejoice!

17 comments:

Seth P. said...

True dat, sistuh.

Vivek Malewar said...

too good :)

Wolfger said...

Oh, how I want to put this up at work... but I'm betting it wouldn't go over very well.

Anonymous said...

Don't you just love that during Lent, suddenly people that don't even go to church or practice religion on a consistent basis are suddenly devout Catholics? "I gave up Chocolate for Lent." I guess I can't give you a cookie then.

Anonymous said...

Or.....Awesome Friday could be:
contemplation,
sense of self and
life lived intentionally

but that isn't part of the zeitgeist these days.

Anonymous said...

Oh, how true. How true!!!

Jonic said...

:D This has been my favorite yet!

I'm going to make every Friday an awesome Friday from now on!

Austin said...

hahahaha! awesome

maelstrom said...

I'm definitely an "Awesome Friday" addicted.

poet with a day job said...

this is great. and I love the St. Patty's day one too. Congrats on your BBC-age!

Orion said...

"Or.....Awesome Friday could be:
contemplation,
sense of self and
life lived intentionally

but that isn't part of the zeitgeist these days."

Or, ah, any days, really.

HoorayForSaturday said...

It is indeed something how lent can all of a sudden bring out the holy in someone simply because they are giving up sweets.
Prime example why I'll be hanging with a much cooler crowd in hell.

mariana said...

ypu have no idea how bad i want a awesome friday!
NO IDEA :)

fedallah said...

I like how the opposite of "Church" is "Beer".

fedallah said...

That is to say:

(meat ~ no meat) && (noise ~ quiet) == (beer ~ church)

Guess the logical relationship!

Sam said...

@Hoorayforsaturday
Hell isn't so bad. We have mixed drinks.

Keke said...

Seeing as I'm celebrating my birthday on Good Friday, I thought Awesome Friday was definitely more appropriate!!

 
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