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A must-have!


H/t Rzymski Katolik

11 comments:

  1. Just went to a novus ordo funeral yesterday. If I had only known!

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  2. Went to a Baptist funeral last week.
    Learned that the deceased was "saved".

    I could have used some of this medicine to offset the instant "canonisation".

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  3. Francis5:23 PM

    I wish they had this years ago when I used to attend the Novus Ordo.

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  4. I think they should do a 24hrs pill for NO seminarians.

    And a by prescription only pill for Austrian seminarians.

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  5. Neil Obstat6:36 PM

    Just what the Doctor (of the Church) ordered! If you can't get real world solutions, then resort to pharmaceuticals... (?)

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  6. Does it work as an anxiolytic too?

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  7. Nice to have something to fight the drowsiness, but what about the nausea or the apoplexy?

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  8. Let's not forget about the PTSD after the NO. A good cognac works well for that, usually.

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  9. And a by prescription only pill for Austrian seminarians.

    Lol! Maybe beef it up with some oxycotin for those poor chaps?

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  10. Peter6:05 PM

    The best cure is simply to stick to Tradition. It works !

    Peter

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  11. Neil Obstat9:51 AM

    If you need an anxiolytic, or something for the nausea or the apoplexy, you should hold out for the newer, improved version, Lefebvrepanaceadryl. "It's not just a -dryl anymore."

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