August 24th, 2010
On holiday again, so here’s one from Jan 2006.
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Awesome! I’ve been trying for years to make up a joke about “jesus wept”!!!
I first came across the phrase at the end of the first Hellraiser film.
I think Jesus should be more tolerant of cheeses being swept.
THis one made me wince for all the wrong reasons
Honk if you love cheeses.
Cheesus K. Rist used to be my one of my online personae
There’s no such thing as a bad pun.
Cheese and Rice, I hope you didn’t go on holiday by mistake.
Hey author, isn’t it just as easy to make a new cartoon as it is to give the old ones facelifts?
typo in the first panel – “You k*n*ow it makes me uncomfortable”
My friend said “I talked to a guy who said he loved “Cheeses”, and I told him that “Cheeses” sounds like a nice clown, does he appear at parties? He said, “Well, Cheeses is everywhere!”, so I said “Does he come to street gatherings?” He said “Cheeses goes everywhere!” Only later my friend realized that this guy was saying Jesus….
wonder what Mo was making with that combo of cheeses…..
Something with a very strong flavor! (Not sure I would want any…)
Cheeses on a stick:
Skewer consecrated wafers with long wooden spikes. Place in a pan and drizzle with a selection of grated cheeses. Broil in hot sun for a few hours, then let cool in the dark for two days. Call it three. Ready when they start to rise on their own. Feeds millions.
You may substitute Lamb o’ Cod for the wafers if it is kosher.
There may be some mileage in ‘Cheeses luvs you!’ too.
By the beard of the profit, there is dried goat lactation all over the floor.
Am I really the only one so anal retentive as to notice, in the first panel, that Jesus says, ‘You KOW it…’? How embarrassing for me. :^)
@Sondra: Kows are where cheese komes from. Everybody kows that.
“What a friend we have in cheeses!”
The Church of England pub guide to the ploughman’s lunches of Britain: “A Round and a Bite With Cheeses”
maybe it should have been
you cow! you know it makes me uncomfortable
Don’t get me started on religious cheese puns:
“Rennet unto Caesar”…
A bad pun is redundant.
@MrGronk: Or indeed, Shakespeare cheese puns.
“Romeo, Romeo, Roquefort art though, Romeo?”
One December, I was at a wine & cheese party (with a mostly Christian bunch of people) and I remarked that “cheeses are the reason for the season”….
It works the other other way round in our house….. we call that snack with bubbling fromage on grilled bread : Jesus Toast.
“What a friend we have in cheeses…”
“Cheeses is looking after Me…!”
@Intelligent Designer: You mean “Romano, Romano…”