Saturday, January 5, 2008

Stoke on TRENT?! *or* Pat's Psychedelic Nightmares

Apparently, in addition to a reader from somewhere in Ireland (a nasty country which I think is inherently sexist, there must be something in the water over there), there is also a reader of our blog from somewhere in the UK named Stoke-on-Trent.

TRENT?!?!?!?!?!?

Excuse me MR. BRITISH PERSON (of course it must be a man), but how dare you contaminate our blog with a city name so SEXIST as Stoke on Trent?!?  That's only one letter away from "Stoked on Trent," which is a California way of saying that one...actually...is deeply enthusiastic for...the Ecumenical Council of...

*Faints*

*During Pat's dream, she sees the following:


"YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGHHHHHHH!!!!!!!"

"CASSOCKS!!!!  LAAAAAAAACE!!!!!!!!  NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!"

Pope Benedict XVI celebrates the First Vespers and Te Deum prayers ...

"WAAAAAAAUUUUUUUUUUUUGHHHHHHHH!!!!"

*2 hours later*

Oh goodness...how terrible...I can't believe someone from such a town would visit our site!!  He could have had the decency to say he was from Stoke on Spirit of Vatican II!

Oh my word...I need a nip of womanhooch...

(Last picture from yahoo news)

3 comments:

Darlene said...

Pat!! How are you feeling??! You should get yourself in to see a womanTherapist right away -- you may think you're ok, but a nightmare like THAT can scar your womanPsyche for years to come.


For our blissfully ignorant readers, if you want a chill sent down your spine, look at the middle photo: the man on the right, I believe, is none other than He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, many years ago. Whoa. It's like watching Star Wars 3 .....

Ma Beck said...

I'm stoked on Trent.

And I love the Vatican Council -

the first one.

Anonymous said...

Get an education an stop being an absolutist. If you want to have the qualifications to make the comments that you are (especially about the pope and such), then you should get off the internet and try experiencing life from other's perspectives. The only way you can understand people is by living their lives. You are the type of people they teach people to not listen to. Very one sided, work on your arguments, there's no validity in them.

Goodbye, and although I'm sorry I waisted my time, I'm glad someone will tell you to shush it.

-anonymous Theology/Sociology major