/ The sausage roll , son of god

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The Wild Scallion on 15 Nov 2017
pebbles - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

its a shame Jesus (if he ever existed) didnt ever say "thou shalt have a sense of humour"
Ben_Climber - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

This gave me a good chuckle this morning
wercat on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Imagine Mary's shock if Joseph played a joke and replaced baby Jesus with a pig in a blanket
DerwentDiluted - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Away in a Pret a Manger?
krikoman - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

A Savioury Roll
Shani - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to DerwentDiluted:

> Away in a Pret a Manger?

Pie-lent Night?

ithangyou.
jon on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to krikoman:

> A Savioury Roll

Should that maybe be a savioury role?
Chris Harris - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

You need to go the whole hog if you're going to introduce porcine foodstuffs into the nativity.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a32DW7VgUIg

cander - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Since he was Jewish I'm thinking the sausage is a bit insensitive, maybe a cheese and onion pasty.
The Wild Scallion on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

"Which, in turn prompted a flurry of pastry related puns, such as ‘Jesus Crust, our savoury’"

Classic stuff.


GrahamD - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to cander:

> Since he was Jewish I'm thinking the sausage is a bit insensitive, maybe a cheese and onion pasty.

Not really, I mean Vegans are made of meat, aren't they ?
Spartacus on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:
I think this is insensitivity of the wurst kind...
cander - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to GrahamD:

Now you're being a silly sausage
GrahamD - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to wercat:

> Imagine Mary's shock if Joseph played a joke and replaced baby Jesus with a pig in a blanket

No doubt bought from Walls of Jericho.
Chris Harris - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

> Moral outrage ?

The popular press will absolutely crucify them.

The Wild Scallion on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to Chris Harris:

> The popular press will absolutely crucify them.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/article/41997936/greggs-sorry-for-swapping-jesus-for-sausage-roll-in-n...

They already have unfortunately .

Thou'st shall NOT have a sense of humour .

john arran - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Yes but I suspect the apology was a load of pork pies and their publicity stunt has been wonderfully successful.
claire14 on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:
You have upset god. The only person with the Motive to dislike every post on this thread.
john arran - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to claire14:

> You have upset god. The only person with the Motive to dislike every post on this thread.

Are you sure God is a person?
Philip on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

He's not the messiah, he's a very tasty bite.
wercat on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to Philip:

Most Highly Flavoured Gravy [old choral joke]
captain paranoia - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

If that was the body of Christ, I might just attend church...
Swirly - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:
Every time there's a story like this everyone makes a load of puns and I'm sick of it. It's pasty joke.
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GrahamD - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to Swirly:

You need to get a thicker skin
Dax H - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to cander:

> Since he was Jewish I'm thinking the sausage is a bit insensitive, maybe a cheese and onion pasty.

Probably more meat in a cheese and onion pasty than a greggs sausage roll.
aln - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

It's definitely offensive coz Jesus was born as a result of immaculate conception. Mary didn't like sausage.
krikoman - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

On the first day of Christmas my new Greggs sent to me,
A Jesus, with a Cornish pasty,
On the second day of Christmas my new Greggs sent to me,
Two jammy doughnuts and A Jesus, with a Cornish pasty,
On the third day of Christmas my new Greggs sent to me,
Three Savioury slices, Two jammy doughnuts and A Jesus, with a Cornish pasty,
On the fourth day of Christmas my new Greggs sent to me,
Four sausage rolls, Three Savioury slices, Two jammy doughnuts and A Jesus, with a Cornish pasty,
On the fifth day of Christmas my new Greggs sent to me,
Five Sweet mince pies, Four sausage rolls, Three Savioury slices, Two jammy doughnuts and A Jesus, with a Cornish pasty,

etc, etc
krikoman - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to aln:

> It's definitely offensive coz Jesus was born as a result of immaculate conception. Mary didn't like sausage.

I think you'll find she like it a bit too much, so was getting a bit behind Joe's back. Poor gullible Joe.
Big Ger - on 15 Nov 2017
In reply to krikoman:

Stealing that!
Dax H - on 16 Nov 2017
In reply to krikoman:

> I think you'll find she like it a bit too much, so was getting a bit behind Joe's back. Poor gullible Joe.

An entire religious movement based around a homeless slapper who couldn't keep her legs shut.
Maybe joseph was gullible but I think he was a cuckold myself.
jonnie3430 - on 16 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Maybe it was the worshipping of sausage that they didn't want linked to priests, a forlorne hope.
Big Ger - on 17 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Lets hope these two do not hold a protest against our pastry coated messiah!

http://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/bizarre-silent-protest-outside-butchers-792584
mark20 - on 18 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

Lord Jesus spelt backwards is Susejd rol
Thrudge on 18 Nov 2017
In reply to mark20:

That's one of the funniest things I've read in ages
captain paranoia - on 18 Nov 2017
In reply to mark20:

Bravo...
Big Ger - on 18 Nov 2017
DerwentDiluted - on 19 Nov 2017
In reply to The Wild Scallion:

No more cheap pastry jokes please.

He has risen.
Big Ger - on 19 Nov 2017
In reply to DerwentDiluted:

They were getting a bit flakey in any case...

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