How to be Catholic while also liking beer


#1

Pumpkin pumpkin pumpkin pumpkin pumpkin

For those non-Americans here who do not understand the glorious flavor of pumpkin and how it is rightfully meant by direct orders from God to belong in almost everything: pumpkin beer is where it is at.

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Thank you, and may the force be with you.

And with your spirit.

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Also, for your viewing pleasure, I have included a picture of a pig at the end of this post. I do not know the pig’s name. For artistic purposes, I name him/her cat. Here is a picture of cat:

Cat’s favorite color is blue and she likes to take long walks on the beach. She is single but is hoping that will change soon. She just hasn’t met the right kind of boar.

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#2

I must strenuously protest, for as good as beer is, the most appropriate use for pumpkin is when it’s baked in a delicious pumpkin pie

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And to prove my point, here is a puppy

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#3

Pumpkin soup thank you :smiley: Plain old beer on its own.
No, I don’t understand the phenomenon …:beer: + :jack_o_lantern:


#4

All I want in the fall is a good hard cider. My husband thinks he’s getting the better deal with all the pumpkin beer, and I let him think that, because it means more cider for me. :smiley:


#5

Cat,boat,beach,pig…
you forgot the owl :pouting_cat:


#6

I can’t say I’m a huge fan of pumpkin beer. It’s OK, but it isn’t enough for me to look forward to it as part of the season the same way I may look forward to some of the winter beers.


#7

This heresy was definitively squashed at the Council of Munich (729 A.D.), and pumpkin beer declared anathema. Pope Gordo would later draft the oft-cited exhortation, Gaudium de Cucurbita (768 A.D.), on the theology of the pumpkin and its proper uses.


#8

pumpkin pie and pumpkin pie are likely not even pumpkin, but squash


#9

Keep your fruit out of my beer. That’s all I have to say.


#10

Whatever you do, don’t tell me there’s no fruit in Kellogg’s Froot Loops, since I count on them to get my recommended five servings of fruit per day.


#11

Which goes quite well with beer . . .

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#12

Better use of pumpkin than beer:

Parmesan Pumpkin Fritters :yum:


#13

Nice puppy.

But you forgot the whipped cream on that pumpkin pie. Let me fix that for you:

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#14

Are they suppose to look like baby aliens waiting to latch onto your face or is that a coincidence?


#15

:sunglasses: That information is proprietary. Just eat one. :smiling_imp:


#16

Okay, but if an alien jumps out of my stomach the next day, I am sending you the medical bill to get stitched up.


#17

Don’t worry. If an alien jumps out of your stomach, he’ll just turn around and eat you. See? No need to worry about medical expenses. :smiley::+1:


#18

It makes a good smoothie too. The trouble is I can’t find a good way to make it without sugar. Maybe if I bought a pumpkin instead of the canned puree, but that’s too much work for smoothies.
OP, I’m going to start looking for pumpkin brews! This is the time of year for it. :beer:


#19

Pumpkin Pie Spice Coffee Smoothie !


#20

:sweat_smile:


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