Sunday, April 22, 2007

The Golden Jello Calf

Thus saith Cecil B. Demille:
And the people rose up to play and did eat and drink. They were as the children of fools and cast off their clothes. The wicked were like a troubled sea whose waters cast up mire and dirt. They sank from evil to evil and were viler than the earth. And there was rioting and drunkeness for they had become servants of sin. And there was manifest of all manner of ungodliness and works of the flesh, even adultery and lasciviousness, uncleanness, idolatry and rioting, vanity and wrath. And they were filled with iniquity and vile affections.
Or, well, you know, there was a lot of laughing. And a Golden Calf rendered in Jello, courtesy of our visiting friend Juliana. We didn't indulge in the full Ten Commandments Experience -- only viewing some of our selected, favorite scenes and the very funny 10 Things I Hate About Commandments. But a good and tasty time was had by all.


Anonymous said...

Is it being worshiped by the peeps? That's great!

Unknown said...

Thanks Don, for adding this year's creation. It was indeed very very tasty... even unto sinfully delicious!

Unknown said...

OH yes, I particularly like the addition of the adoring peeps.

Julianna, if you're reading this, come to my blog and say hi! I miss seeing you around!