Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Hot Under the Collar


Via Andrew Sullivan, the most amusing thing you'll see all day: an Amazon page offering host wafers, ostensibly for purchase by priests.

But scroll down after clicking the above link and take a glance at what was also bought buy those customers who frequently pick up the wafers. (Hint: look in the center of the row of items.)

I personally don't see what the big deal is. Both products can be used to give young boys their first "Communion."

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's so effed up.

dammitjanet said...

Truly, "the host with the most, baby!"

Christine said...

"Tastes Like Jesus With No Bloody Aftertaste"

"These little beauties are perfect for the dieter. One can only eat so many carrot and celery sticks before one screams. How better to spruce up the blandness than the crunchy goodness of Jesus? Jesus is good with fat-free dips, as the base for cucumber sandwiches (especially with lemon salt) and out of this world on salads! I mean, do you have any idea how many calories croutons have? But not Jesus. Oh, no. He's fat and virtually calorie free."


The reviews are pure gold.

Mr. Controversy said...

What's scarier: the Astroglide or the "Monster" extension cord on the next page of suggestions? A higher power indeed.

Alanna said...

what...no dip?

Anonymous said...

6 used????

SteveR said...

Altarglide!

Anonymous said...

Needs Jeez Whiz.

marija said...

Jesus goes down (or up, depending on personal preferences) smoother with some Astroglide, that's what I always say...

Heather said...

Hilarious! I have all of the guys up here dying of laughter with this. Just shared that to my Facebook too because that's just too genius not to share.

Capt Aclow said...

I think you're missing the bigger point: The priests who opt to use lube are the good ones.

Anonymous said...

i also enjoyed that if you scroll to the side, the Wii Dancing Mat was also listed...

VirginiaO'Possum said...

The Wii dance mat is pretty good, too.

Anonymous said...

Suffer the little children come unto me...

Chez said...

Come onto me.