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June 02, 2022


How did a bottle of Tabasco sauce find its way into a painting of the Last Supper?

(Thanks to Al Barkafski)


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If somebody here tried a Texas-themed Last Supper, you'd probably have the disciples gnawing on ribs, or maybe the last remnants of their T-bones. The bread wouldn't have to be broken, as it would already be sliced. And instead of wine, they'd be drinking beer.

Sometimes the wine is a bit off, so litte dash wil do ya.

The six-pack of Bud Light is also suspicious.

Tabasco? BS. As I understand it, Jesus said of Frank's Red-Hot, "I put that s*** on everything."

Or maybe it was someone else.

Rod is right about a Texas themed Last Supper. First, they would all have to get on one side of the table if they wanted to be included in the painting. There would be bottles of Lone Star beer and a choice of hot sauces including Siracha, Franks and ghost pepper. The meal would have to be steaks, ribs, baked potatoes, and corn on the cob. There would be no skimping as it wasn't as if they were going to do another supper next month.

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