Monday, December 17, 2007

Finally... Some CLEAN, Catholic Humor!

Sister Todd sent this cute video to me. Remember when humor was wholesome, and not driven by canoeing crossdressing harpies?

Those fun-loving St. Mary's nuns! Hudson needs more of them. But not those new imported border-crossing ones, just the good old-fashioned English-speaking Schwinn-riding mustachioed nuns. I like my Latin mass with other Americans, not Imelda Marcos in a white nylon babushka riding a Vespa. Unless Sally Fields is her co-star, that is.

Give me some Ros Russell in "Trouble With Angels"...

That's the way to tell 'em, Mother Superior! Give 'em hell!

Have a nice day,

Rose Marie


Anonymous said...

Mother Superior? Sister Posterior, I'd call her...

Trixie said...

Here at, we are trying to meet the needs of our Catholic readers!

Anonymous said...

servicing the needs of Catholics... sheesh, I'm not gonna touch that...

Anonymous said...

The Flying Nun, Blue Nun, it's all good...

Anonymous said...

Domine Deus, spero per gratiam tuam remissionem omnium peccatorum, et post hanc vitam aeternam felicitatem me esse Gay Hudson: quia tu promisisti, qui es infinite potens, fidelis, benignus, et misericors. In hac spe vivere et mori statuo. AMEN.

Anonymous said...

Somebody give Tippy a can of tuna and a WiFi connection and see if he can figure out what that says...

Anonymous said...


Find an attractive prisoner of war, bring her home, shave her
head, trim her nails, and give her new clothes. Then she’s
—Deuteronomy (Deuteronomy 21:11-13)

Find a prostitute and marry her.
—Hosea (Hosea 1:1-3)

Find a man with seven daughters, and impress him by watering his
—Moses (Exodus 2:16-21)

Purchase a piece of property, and get a woman as part of the
—Boaz (Ruth 4:5-10)

Go to a party and hide. When the women come out to dance, grab
one and carry her off to be your wife.
—Benjaminites (Judges 21:19-25)

Have God create a wife for you while you sleep. Note: this will
cost you a rib.
—Adam (Genesis 2:19-24)

Agree to work seven years in exchange for a woman’s hand in
marriage. Get tricked into marrying the wrong woman. Then work
another seven years for the woman you wanted to marry in the
first place. That’s right. Fourteen years of toil for a woman.
—Jacob (Genesis 29:15-30)

Cut off 200 foreskins off of your future father-in-law’s enemies
and get his daughter for a wife.
—David (I Samuel 18:27)

Even if no one is out there, just wander around a bit and you’ll
definitely find someone. (It’s all relative of course.)
—Cain (Genesis 4:16-17)

Become the emperor of a huge nation and hold a beauty contest.
—Xerxes or Ahasuerus (Esther 2:3-4)

When you see someone you like, go home and tell your parents, “I
have seen a ...woman; now get her for me.” If your parents
question your decision, simply say, “Get her for me. She’s the
one for me.”
—Samson (Judges 14:1-3)

Kill any husband and take HIS wife. (Prepare to lose four sons
—David (2 Samuel 11)

Wait for your brother to die. Take his widow. (It’s not just a
good idea, it’s the law).
—Onan and Boaz (Deuteronomy or Leviticus, example in Ruth)

Don’t be so picky. Make up for quality with quantity.
—Solomon (1 Kings 11:1-3)

A wife? NOT!
—Paul (1 Corinthians 7:32-35)

Rose Marie said...

Is that YOU Father Larry?

Anonymous said...

I think Rosie's life story should be called "The Trouble With Agnes"

Anonymous said...

I know each time she smiles at you
You think you've found an angels face
But don't give in, my friend
Where Agnes goes, trouble follows

And when she's in your arms, you feel
So heavenly, that you can't see
The danger there, take care
Where Agnes go, trouble follows

Come on down
Get your feet back on the ground
And your head out of the clouds above
My friend, now listen to me
Take it slow
'Cause there's something you should know
Agnes never falls in love

And when she's in your arms, you feel
So heavenly, that you can't see
The danger there, take care
Where Agnes go, trouble follows

So if she flies away today
Don't feel too bad, and don't be sad
It's just as well, you know
Where Agnes goes, trouble follows
Trouble follows
Trouble follows
Trouble follows

Rose Marie said...

"Where Agnes goes, trouble follows"...

Truer words have never been sung.