…very popular. Not St. Range.
Eighth grade stuff (“middle school” now days). Ah the memories, decades in the monochrome of the past.
St. Ood just couldn’t stand it. St. Ain just wouldn’t come out. St. Rap was once a performer. St. Andoffish was sick of fish.
I could go for St. Alfonso’s Pancake Breakfast right about now.
In case I’m not the only one who didn’t get it: Stolichnaya is a vodka made of wheat and rye grain.
St. Uck wasn’t very good at solving problems. St. Ark has a bleak outlook on life. St. Urdy had a strong and healthy constitution.
I am praying to St Oppitatonce….
You never know when St. Ealthy is around.
St. Oner, is the patron saint of Rastafarians.
St. Upid is the patron saint of way too many people.
And for the horsey set, St. Ud is always popular.
In politics, the swamp dwellers love St. Agnant of the Waters.
In Pittsburgh, the patron saint used to be St. Eel, and his acolytes were St. Eelers.
For those who “also serve” there is St. Andby.
This went completely over St. Upid’s head!
Igma, Eely, Inky, Acked, Ruggle, Olen, Ealth, Olid, Imulus, Ing, Out…
St. Reets has spread those St. Op signs everywhere.
Samson might have been a fan of the TV show “Scrubs”. Zach Braff’s character used to talk about Dr. Acula.
This was a lot of fun, but, as a person who is not of the Christian faith, I am now officially confused. I thought saints were no longer among the living, not residents of monasteries (?)
Visit St. Xavier on the wall of the Chicago wolves arena.
Eat drink & be merry. It’s that time of year…
I almost forgot the martyr who met a gruesome fate at the hands of cannibals, St. Ew.
You might need St. Amina to get through all these puns.
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