I TOLD them that’s where it was.
Perhaps they will next find Prince Albert in the Can.
If you told them so, I guess that means urine for some sort of reward?
With a header like that, they should at least provide a photo.
I can sleep soundly at nights now that that vexing question has been answered.
Alas, the possibility for double entendre and low-brow humor from this gem is just so inviting……….
But I will not succumb. I will not speculate as to how this porcelain marvel was incredibly transported very recently from the PB’s private restroom at 815 to a strange underwater location, where its’ true origins and usage in mysterious rituals will forever be lost amidst mistaken interpretations based on where it was discovered.
And I will not sink to yellow journalism.
KJS used a urinal? That explains just about everything…
Bill is right, the urge for low humor is tempting beyond belief…
Resistance is futile… you will be assimilated.
I love you guys!
Neat. He didn’t contaminate the planet with all those plastic cups from the doc’s office 😉
Dale, I think you just won Comment of the Decade.
Funny, I thought the Baltic WAS his urinal.
Must resist… Must resist… can not give into the urge for off-color humor…
How can it be his when I thought it was urinal?:)
A little humor from behind the Irony Curtain?
I found the article itself to be quite boring, but the two linked articles to be fascinating, even if one of them was from 2000. I am going to send them on to a friend.
I think Dale gets a mug.
Dale goes to the head of the class–what a relief for him.
There is a certain irony to your comment since most of my comments got me sent to the back of the class (once to the principal’s office). In my day, that was the sentence of the gulag. God took note of this and has wisely kept me in the back of His classroom.
‘”Head” of the class?’ Sparky must be a Navy man.
It’s always in the last place you look.
Speaking of being sent to the principal’s office, this is off-topic (but seasonal!)
Sparky: In this case it is not the head of the class that is important, but rather the class of the head.
Nothin but net.
@Bill (not IB),
I can only surmise, but based on your apparent awareness of its “usage in mysterious rituals” suggests that it may be related to the altars found at the Motel of the Mysteries, as documented in David Macaulay’s book of the same name.
Pax et bonum,
@Ed the Roman,
Perhaps we should give him his choice of any of the mugs from Father Z’s blog site. My recommendation would be either the Unreconstructed Ossified Manualist mug, or the Save The Liturgy, Save The World mug. Then again, maybe we could just give him his choice of mugs from Father Z.
I can’t help but wonder who made the urinal–American Standard or Thomas Crapper.
May be Kohler made the urinal.
Kohler missed this urinal, but made the money.
I’m relieved to learn that it’s been at the bottom of the Baltic for 96 years. Must be clean at last…IS IT???
They found it just in time. Now they can flush the Euro.
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