If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you. -- Oscar Wilde
The chubby little Fransciscan, who usually ate everything with joy, turned away from the collard greens, insisting that he preferred cream style corn instead. Besides, he said a bit condescendingly, St. Francis never mentioned brother, sister, or even third cousin once removed collard green!
or to put it another way:Even mendicants say no to collard greens.
From the makers of Allen's Brain brand Silliness..."I do like greens," said Brother Bubba. "It's the brand name that worries me."
The good friar can't get Soylent Green out of his head!
Brother Kewpius, the refector, keeps the bustling abbey's many monks and guests fed economically by purchasing food in wholesale quantities whenever he can. (Oh, and take it from a Suhthun gal, folks--try e'm cooked up with a little bacon, and drizzle a little hot pepper vinegar over 'em at the table--they're actually pretty good. Don't forget the cornbread.)
Somehow, fasting at the monastery was never a difficult discipline.
Friar Tuck-in recommends Allen's Sunshine brand Roman Collard Greens. "They'll put color in your cheeks!"
Why do I keep thinking of Satan tempting Christ: Why not turn some of these Collard Greens into Bread? Cornbread, of course.
Fremont the Friar regretted turning down the Travelocity offer, mistakenly thinking the internet was just going to be a passing fad.
I won! Yay! I've never won a caption contest before. My co-worker topped me,though. After reading mine, he said HIS would have been, "After consuming the ENTIRE institutional-sized can of collard greens, Brother Jonas used the empty can as a shelter for the homeless."
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