Link What Would Jell-O Do? by Jeffrey Miller April 8, 2006 written by Jeffrey Miller April 8, 2006 Quote of the day via RC Bishop Cunneen says semi-nude jelly wrestling is an odd way to commemorate Easter. 5 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post No half measures next post Theocracy as a Parlor Game You may also like What is the first thing you think of... July 13, 2004 Rediscovering the Rosary July 25, 2006 83 percent of Pharisees don't support Jesus' Bread... August 29, 2004 One of the most difficult periods in Church... March 12, 2013 Neither a rant or a recipe April 1, 2004 I know Linus was the second Pope but... June 29, 2008 Dear CINO College Alma Mater … May 7, 2013 So who gives who the ring? October 1, 2006 Leaky Encyclicals and Over Reactions June 16, 2015 Invasion of the Catholic Bloggers May 10, 2005 5 comments Kathy April 8, 2006 - 9:01 pm That is utter discrimination. Soooo patriarchal and closed-minded. Jelly wrestling is an ancient religious worship that strengthens the nails and softens the skin, just in time for summer. It is an important rite or right, no better or worse than Easter eggs and just as important to some people! Kudos to the Wheatsheaf Tavern for trying to keep this ancient custom alive. And what is wrong with the human body? That is just a case of the intolerance of a celibate priesthood! I’m so offended! 😉 Reply Anonymous Teacher Person April 8, 2006 - 9:52 pm This is how theocracy plants its insidious seeds – first, they come for the semi-nude jello wrestlers, then they will come for the polyamorist cannibis farmers, then they will come for the Druid pan flautists, and then there will be nobody to speak for me. Reply iClaudius April 9, 2006 - 2:35 pm Tapioca pudding would be understandable. Jell-O? Gross. Reply Kathy April 10, 2006 - 8:38 am This is how theocracy plants its insidious seeds Exactly. And thanks to your inspiration, I’m going to play the Pan-flute at the Easter Vigil in protest of this arrogant, Euro-centric trampling on the jelly-wrestlers’ right to freedom of expression–the freedom to celebrate according to one’s own ancestral customs!! That will show them. Reply Ducky8 April 11, 2006 - 1:17 am Geeeee….ya think? Jell-o wrestling just doesn’t cut it for Easter. But now, fill a small swimming pool with sponge cake, icing, and little Jelly beans sitting ontop of green shreaded coconut, and then you might have something. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.