Wednesday, March 13, 2013

White Smoke Yet?

I couldn't tell if it was white smoke or black smoke but there was smoke. This fine looking specimen was more preoccupied with his meat, as he cooked up for his friends.

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  1. Clearly this fine specimen has more important things to do than worry what 80+ year old virgin will dodder out onto the balcony next...

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    1. You weren't far wrong with that Kath.

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  2. From thinking about the chappie pre-occupied with his meat it was just a hop skip and jump [thanks Kath] to thinking about the probability that cardinals like George Pell are virgins or worse yet the likelihood that they are not...

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    1. FC, which raises the question, who or what do they think about when they 'relieve the pressure'.

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    2. Now you are prompting extremely blasphemous thoughts, Andrew.
      As such an act would be a dreadful crime against God one assumes self-flagellation must surely follow. Or maybe that is what they think about.

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    3. Well, FC, the alternative can be an unwanted mess overnight.

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  3. Was watching the news earlier and the smoke was black, so no new Pope yet.

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    1. River, I have heard the last time it was hard to tell the colour of smoke apart, clearly not so this time.

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  4. Definitely 'shades of grey' smoke here Andrew! Could be interesting haha!

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    1. Grace, I wonder how many shades of grey?

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    2. At least 49 Andrew, nothing is perfect :)

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