Peasant’s Feast

Dear Jesus Lover,

The Lord was feeling a little nostalgic today. After a tiresome morning at the office he decided that he would take a walk to clear his mind and grab his own coffee for a change.  The administrative minions were exempt from the coffee run this time.

He came across a sweet little cafe serving a staple from the Before Christ Era with flare*.

“You got my order? Regular latte one sugar – not stirred or shaken. Just beautifully frothed.”

Whilst waiting for his coffee, he  made small talk with another iconic superstar of biblical proportions; Mr. Potato Head.

“Yeah could put you in at verse 1:25 – eat thy carbs, ye must have junk in ye trunk.  Ye partner needs to grab some meat.”

The Messiah supports the little people and authenticity.  Fair trade Colombian roasted coffee.

Jesus loves an exotic flavour, diversifying from the italian variety.

He sipped his full cream latte by the window humming to his himself  ” When Pointus comes to kill the king upon his throne.  I’m ready for their stones. I’ll dance dance dance with my hands above my head head head.  Like Jesus said”.**

           

On occasion, even Jesus indulges in some narcissism.  He can, after all, he was resurrected.  We are not so sure about you dear Jesus Lover so exercise your narcissism with care.

Also don’t forget your white T-shirts on a rainy day!

Rock On,

Wheeze & SQueak

         

*His Holiness would like to thank:

Mad Spuds Cafe : 479 Crown St, Surry Hills.  Ph: 9698 8108 (follow them on Twitter)

** Lyrics from Bloody Mary by Lady GaGa (Jesus having some mommy issues?)

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