Friday, August 22, 2014

A MATCH MADE IN . . .

The super-duper Katholic Krazies at RetRorate just announced that they have a BRAND NEW ORGAN that needs to be put in AN EXTREMELY SPECIAL PLACE!

Well . . . Fr. D is happy to say: I don't think they have to look all that far!

I've got JUST the EXTREMELY SPECIAL PLACE for RetRorate to go stick it . . . I mean, to slide their organ into.

And it's right here in the blogosphere!



Mundabor heads off to Latin Mass after another day of ranting and raving against "Pope Humble", "Bitchy Dinos", "bearded Muslim bastards" and "Faggots" in the service of Catholicism Without Compromise.

9 comments:

  1. I'm sure Mundabor just loves to see "real" nuns, meaning nuns in habits. With a lot of those guys, it's probably because they'd like to BE nuns in real habits.

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  2. That is how "Mundabor" dresses when he is at the computer.

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  3. Sounds like Mundabor's wimple is in a twist and a half today, since as he puts it "some faggot" doesn't like him. He says he wants a "parody blog", blissfully unaware of the fact that he is a living parody of the typical nutty self-styled traditionalist Catholic. Except for the tragedy of his mental illness, his very public online unraveling would be funny to watch (or read).

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    1. http://mundabor.wordpress.com/2014/08/25/i-want-a-parody-blog/

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    2. He doesn't understand that he is a living parody. Actually, perhaps it is one. That would be hilarious.

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  4. His Mommy really should not let him on the computer on Mondays before "Express Script" delivers his meds on Tuesday.
    Notice how especially grandiose his writing is until the bi-polar meds start to work.

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  5. Imagine how many times a day a paranoid closet case like that has to hit the DELETE ALL HISTORY key!

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    1. Hitting the DELETE ALL HISTORY is his self-imposed penance after too many ejaculations.

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  6. Reminds me of the day when, as a young deacon, I was perusing the newly arrived full and complete Book of Blessings with pastor of the parish to which I had just been assigned. We had a chuckle at a couple of the titles before opening to the "Blessing of an Organ" to which I stated, "I'm not even going to touch that one!" To which the older man with a very dry sense of humor retorted, "Well I should hope not, if you ever want to be ordained a priest."

    A year later at my ordination, after Mass, the old man handed me a rather heavy package in festive wrapping. Later after lunch, when pressed to open some of the gifts, I discovered it was a copy of the Book of Blessings. Inside, on a slip of paper was a hand penned note. "Just because you made it don't think you have the right to start blessing organs at random wherever you go."

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