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Thursday, 14 September, 2006 by Nameless
                    
                    
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@ "I wish I could rename to match my female gender."
                    
                    
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You see Jesus hatch.
                    
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Apply u) an umbrella
You start to float  
in the air!         
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Nobody Special September 14, 2006 02:46
First comment: 8 June, 2005 118 comments written
Hm⦠two different Marys. Not bad.
Der Wizardo September 14, 2006 06:40
First comment: 10 September, 2006 6 comments written
Jesus, Mary and Joseph. The puns!
Ristipisto-Risto September 14, 2006 11:25
First comment: 25 January, 2006 52 comments written
Man, that's real fun! But the adventure would sure get more exciting, if Dudley'd have Jesus walkin' after him all the time.

But wouldn't reaching MedusaMedusa, one of the three Gorgons or Graeae, is the only one
of her sisters to have assumed mortal form and inhabited the
dungeon world.

When Perseus was grown up Polydectes sent him to attempt the
conquest of Medusa, a terrible monster who had laid waste the
country. She was once a beautiful maiden whose hair was her
chief glory, but as she dared to vie in beauty with Minerva,
the goddess deprived her of her charms and changed her
beautiful ringlets into hissing serpents. She became a cruel
monster of so frightful an aspect that no living thing could
behold her without being turned into stone. All around the
cavern where she dwelt might be seen the stony figures of men
and animals which had chanced to catch a glimpse of her and
had been petrified with the sight. Perseus, favoured by
Minerva and Mercury, the former of whom lent him her shield
and the latter his winged shoes, approached Medusa while she
slept and taking care not to look directly at her, but guided
by her image reflected in the bright shield which he bore, he
cut off her head and gave it to Minerva, who fixed it in the
middle of her Aegis.
        [ Bulfinch's Mythology, by Thomas Bulfinch ]

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get a little too easy just ridin' an umbrella?
GreyKnight September 14, 2006 16:08
First comment: 24 March, 2006 48 comments written
Just doing the Mary Poppins bit would've been best. You could easily have gotten several other jokes out of bags of holding, potions of healing, etc.
Alcari September 14, 2006 16:34
First comment: 11 September, 2006 93 comments written
Better then the last one, but agreed with grey knightHere lies the noble fearless knight,
Whose valour rose to such a height;
When Death at last had struck him down,
His was the victory and renown.
He reck'd the world of little prize,
And was a bugbear in men's eyes;
But had the fortune in his age
To live a fool and die a sage.
        [ Don Quixote of La Mancha by Miquel de
         Cervantes Saavedra ]

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, just the umbrella would have een better.
Fathead September 15, 2006 20:39
First comment: 1 April, 2006 1136 comments written
Can't Jesus walk on waterDay after day, day after day,
We stuck, nor breath nor motion;
As idle as a painted ship
Upon a painted ocean.

Water, water, everywhere,
And all the boards did shrink;
Water, water, everywhere
Nor any drop to drink.
        [ The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, by Samuel Taylor
         Coleridge ]

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? That should be next!
Grognor April 19, 2007 08:01
First comment: 4 April, 2007 1161 comments written
O_.

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