Wednesday, May 9, 2012

What Good CATholics do in Their Spare Time

Click here for a good laugh. My vote is for the "Kitten Caboodle Noodle Streudel".  New recipes gladly accepted.

(Note: this is a PETA-free zone)

16 comments:

  1. Mary,

    When I read the title "What Good Catholics do in Their Spare Time?"; and in view of my recent post on my Blog, I thought: Well ... certainly not what Mary and I did !!!

    Then I read "Kitten Caboodle Noodle Streudel" and din't undertsand a word. Streudel over here is an apple pie.

    Then I clicked the link.

    Clever post Mary. Kept me guessing and I still could not work it out.

    God bless.

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  2. Hi Victor,
    I no longer "moon" people in my spare time - I leave that to you, the plumbers, and the guys at church who wear the big baggy jeans :)

    Oops...sorry for the crack. Couldn't resist...you know how it is when one is cheeky by nature.

    Streudel is like a pie. Streudel makes sense to me, but...raw? You suggested they eat raw and I was shocked. Then I remembered your favorite restaurant was Roadkill Cafe. That WAS it, right?

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  3. Though eating raw IS the in thing these days....

    Not "in the raw" though, Victor.

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  4. Mary I love your CATchy titles of late. Your response of "People Eating Tasty Animals" from your husband is priceless. Blessings dear one.

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  5. Oh, my husband is priceless alright ;)He likes to say things as they are and the truth is that most people like a thick, juicy steak now and then.

    I almost fell off my chair when I read "Kitten Caboodle Noodle Streudel"! Funny!!

    God bless you, too, Grace :)

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  6. Hi Mary,

    Strictly speaking I did not moon ... I was rather more revealing than you as your readers will find out from my Blog.

    I wouldn't advise eating raw or in the raw either. Certainly not standing too close to sausages grilling on a barbecue.

    Although, I suspect some people do so at nudist camps. That's where people go to air their differences.

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  7. "That's where people go to air their differences." Lol!!

    I graciously concede defeat ;)

    No, you didn't exactly "moon" but you certainly were (unknowingly) a star performer that day. Were there any requests for curtain calls?

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  8. No requests as such.

    The thing is ... when I realised what had happened I just stood there looking out of the window totally frozen in brain and mind.

    AAAHHHH !!! What do I do now? There were people walking the streets outside. Don't know if they saw me all the very long time I was there.

    And the woman was still talking to me on the phone. And I was still listening to her; standing there with my differences ... until I finally realised what to do.

    Was it too late? Had I been seen?

    The scenario keeps playing in my mind.

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  9. And the moral of this story is:
    It is right and just to hang up on telemarketers.

    After all, they're supposed to be showcasing their stuff, not yours :)

    Your dog has no manners, Victor. Neither does your cat!

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  10. YEEESSSS !!!!! That woman certainly showcased my stuff for all to see.

    No hidden clauses whatsoever or small print ... She certainly did a good job as a presenter.

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  11. Mary,

    I haven't even read the post at the end of the link yet. The comments here are amusing enough!

    "It is right and just to hang up on telemarketers." Yes! I agree entirely.

    Now maybe I will go read the post!

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  12. Sue,
    Victor's tipping the ole whiskey bottle again, me thinks ;) It's hidden in his study behind the books "How to Train Your Dog in Three Easy Steps" and "Aunty Matilda's Tips on Bathroom Etiquette". (This second book includes a chapter on how to evade the occasional faux pas in polite company.) Victor skipped this chapter.

    You'll appreciate the link - I've read the back and forths between you and Victor on Roadkill Cafe :)

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  13. Cute, Mary. I totally missed the CATholics pun until I read through the whole thing.

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  14. Just joking around a bit, Barb :)

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  15. Mary,

    I remember Road kill Cafe. That was a very amusing conversation!

    What I want to know is how come some people can write such a tiny post and be interesting and I need to use so many words? I once read a post that went something like, 'I never watch TV. I never have.' They were about 70 comments at the time I visited. Some peope seem to be interesting whatever they say!!

    Anyway, you and Victor always amuse me.

    God bless you!

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  16. Sue,
    You started the whole road kill thing on one of your posts and it took off from there :) It sure was funny! When I read your blog I always go through the comment section because you and Victor crack me up! Both of you have a great sense of humor.

    I don't know why some people get so many comments. One lady that I love used to get 60 or 70 comments every time she posted. I wish she was still blogging- she was one of those people that everyone couldn't help but love.

    God bless you, too!

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