Tuesday, 15 April 2008

The Passion of St. Mimsy

Today is the feast day of St. Mimsy, the patron saint of ladygardens. St. Mimsy was born in London in 854AD. As a child she performed her first miracle: the healing of a diseased womble that sought refuge in her family's hovel. She gained a reputation for her love of nature. As a nubile sixteen year old she began to hear voices that told her she should devote her life to the calling of physical love. Inspired by the beauty of nature, she cultivated a well-maintained ladygarden which she devoted to her cause. It was rumoured that anyone entering her ladygarden would rise again in the Second Coming. St. Mimsy was martyred during the Sexual Revolution of 886AD.

1 comment:

Acolyte Bert Monkeysex said...

Mrs Friggin' Messiah! Mrs Friggin' Messiah! Our religion is missing one important thing...

Who/what is our scapegoat? We need a Devil to stop us from straying from the path of self-loving righteousness.