Straight Line of the Day: The Most Surprising Moment During the Pope’s Farewell Speech…

Posted on March 1, 2013 12:00 pm

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The most surprising moment during the Pope’s farewell speech

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70 Responses to “Straight Line of the Day: The Most Surprising Moment During the Pope’s Farewell Speech…”

  1. Jimmy says:

    @43: “So what the heck is it doing here?”

    Maybe, representing multiculturalism??? Yeah, that’s it. IMAO needs more multiculture. Frank is promoting that.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    …was when Taylor Swift came out to sing the new song she wrote about their breakup.

  3. Son of Bob says:

    …is that somehow someone was able to make a speech without mentioning Obama.

  4. Oppo says:

    .. was his apology for the way that priests had become fishers of men.

    … was the fact that he would now have to live on a crucifixed income.

    … was that he took his 401K. … Not 401(K), mind you; but 401K.

    … was when the Church announced it would be under new wordofGodmadefleshinmanagement.

    … was that he was Holy Seequestered.

    … was that he was Gallileed off.

    … (without Easter bennies.)

    … was the ambiguity of his statement “That’s it. No more papal bull.”

    … was his use of the Latin term for “handbasket.”

    … was his observation that Obama was going to enter Jerusalem next month, and constantly mumbling “gettin’ out while the gettin’s good.”

  5. Crabby Old Bat says:

    . . . was when he tore up a picture of Sinead O’Connor, said, “Du kannst mir am Arsch lecken, Hure” and provided the opportunity.

  6. Crabby Old Bat says:

    Oops, sorry, just saw that Bob in Feenicks # 45 sorta beat me to it. His was much more polite, however.

  7. Crabby Old Bat says:

    Rodney Dill #6: Recommended grace before a meal is not ‘Rub-A-Dub-Dub, thanks for the grub, yeah God’.

    If one is a Girl Scout, however, it is perfectly acceptable to say, “Good bread, good meat, good God, let’s eat.”

  8. Writer says:

    . . . acknowledged his leaving was to make room for Jesus’ return and his subsequent battle with Obama for our souls.

  9. CarolyntheMommy says:

    … he told everyone he is the real Keyser Sozay

  10. CTCompromise says:

    …Was when he started with “NOBODY expects a Papal Abdication!”

  11. CTCompromise says:

    …was when he ended with a stiff right-arm salute from the balcony and a “Seig Heil” ringing through the square. You can take the German Youth out of Germany…..

  12. CTCompromise says:

    …was when he ended it by ripping off the robe to reveal that he was only wearing a Speedo and the Ruby Slippers; then clicking his heels three times while saying “There’s no place like home”.

  13. CTCompromise says:

    …was when he tossed The Holy Handgernade. However, since he mistakenly stopped counting at “2” in order to cover his ears, catastophe was averted.

  14. CTCompromise says:

    …when he ended the speech and Johnny Paycheck singing “Take This Job And Shove It” blared over the speakers as he made his exit.

  15. CTCompromise says:

    ….when he admitted he was Jewish.

  16. CTCompromise says:

    ….was when he admitted he was leaving the church because Jamie Foxx made him realize that Obama was our true Lord and Saviour.

  17. Dohtimes says:

    …was making sure our souls were not endangered by declaring Earth a sin free zone until the next Pope is selected.

    …admitting he was retiring because it was discovered all popes had been wearing their hats backward for over six hundred years.

    …whenever the crowd became unruly, loud or sneaky, Jill Biden ran out and fired her shotgun to clear St. Peters Square, and she also used it to “restore” much of the Sistine Chapel’s overly religious depictions to a more suitable separation of church and the state of grace theme Joe likes so much.

  18. Writer says:

    . . . was his last edict stating that: No Catholic shall partake of mind -altering substances for Lent.

    It was followed by a riot across the U. S.

  19. ColoradoRight says:

    … was when he lead the crowd in doing the Harlem Shake

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