Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Holy Mackerel

Amen

28 comments:

  1. All seems a bit fishy to me......biblical and tinned alike.

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    1. But I hear it's good brain food.
      Which is why am I no for eat much fish in cans, yes?

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  2. Somebody, somewhere is gonna protest about separation of church and groceries.

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  3. The Boy Wonder took that picture when he was on honeymoon with Batman.

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    1. I WAS originally going to go for the Batman and Robin angle.

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  4. A fish out of water kind of thing

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  5. So is that like going to confessional?

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    1. Not unless you have to say ten million rosaries.

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  6. better than pamplets people always put in bathroom stalls. I'm not sinning! I just have to go! Maybe it is a sin, the bible won't let you do anything.

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    1. SOME people actually sin in the bathroom stalls.
      Or so I've heard.

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  7. This is amazing haha, so good I had to let Twitter know of my love for it!

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    1. True Story Behind the Story:
      As I started to remove the card to put it back where it belonged, the whole frikkin' display came tumbling down on me. Amazingly, the clam juice bottles didn't break, but they (and the cans) went EVERYwhere. One of the store employees came running up, asking if I was okay. As nonchalantly as I could, I replied, "No, no, I'm just buying some of this fish is all. The display must have been set up wrong. I'm okay." Mrs. Penwasser heard the commotion in the next aisle and wondered, "Now what the hell is that idiot up to?"
      This is my life.
      Methinks the good Lord was sending me a signal.

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  8. If you bless these two cans of fishes can you feed a multitude? Was there a ridiculously bright star overhead when you were born?

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  9. Ha! That is so funny that some of the coffee I'm drinking just came out of my nose.

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  10. Just a random card or a late Lent display?

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    1. I think it was actually for a Confirmation. As I saw the canned fish, I KNEW there had to be religious cards to be had!

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    1. I thought only dogfish and lobsters weren't kosher.
      Incidentally, a "dogfish" is more commonly called a "Sea Robin."
      I didn't make that up.

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  12. All these funny comments and all I can think is "Seriously? They SELL canned mackerel?"

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    1. And you thought Circus Peanuts were weird.
      Well, actually, they kinda are.

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  13. Holy Mackerel! Indeed! I visited your site just for the halibut....

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    1. Well, you can tune a piano, but you can't tuna fish.
      I know. That makes no sense.

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  14. Why is Mackerel holy..............lol

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