Tuesday, January 29, 2008

So, About that New Job at the Bureau of Mockery

So, this is my last post here at the bureau. I could go all Megan about it, but I’m not that prideful and it just happened today so I haven’t thought it through that much.

I’ll still be publishing the bi-weekly Alabama Christian Homemaker's Journal, so be sure to read it for tasty casserole recipes, non-vulgar love advice, and tips on remaining sinless in a world filled with debauchery.

I would like to say, though, that I appreciate those of you who have been reading, although I suspect that most of you will spend your eternity drunk and fornicating while you roast in Hell.

In any case, my eyes are about to start watering like a Virgin Mary statue in a third world country, so I’m going to stop now. It’s been nothing short of dreadful working for you guys.

5 comments:

taber said...

Is there any way to get the casserole recipes cross-posted? They canceled my subscription to the ACHJ because I sent in too many poorly worded, drunken letters to the editor.

Agent Clancy said...

Oh Taber, God bless your precious little lusty blue eyes!

Here's a teaser recipe from our upcoming issue...

St. Maria's Taco-Taco Casserole:
1 bag taco flavor Doritos
1 lb crumbled cooked ground beef
1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup
1 can Ro-Tel Tomatoes
1 bag shredded Hispanic Cheese

Layer half bag of Spanish speaking Doritos in large casserole dish. Then add mixture of mushroom soup, rotel, and ground beef. Sprinkle entire bag of welfare Mexican cheese on top and add remaining bag of low wage taco chips. Bake until cheese is bubbly and Doritos are as brown as south of the border people.

Hipple, Rev. Paul T. said...

I'm not at all surprised they fired you what with the way you apparently Venerate saints and the Mother of Jesus.

I am an award winning interblogger in part because I don't allow false prophets any space to stand in between myself and my Personal Relationship with Jesus. I suspect there may be a lesson in that for you.

-RPTH
Award winning interblogger
Weblog Awards Finalist 2007
(multiple categories)

taber said...

... Actually, that sounds pretty frighteningly delicious. I think that's what Paula Dean serves as a main course when she whips up a batch of her Velveeta fudge.

Jane said...

Dear Rev. Hipple,

Adolf Hitler won Time Magazine's "Man of the Year" Award in 1938 as well as many other things. He also was very in favor of the Muslim religion - the extremist sect in particular - and he wished that Christianity was more like it. Anyway, Hitler committed suicide in the end. I suspect there may be a lesson in that for you.