Friday, March 16, 2007

Comedist Wisdom

Brothers, Sisters, and Transgendered Comedists Everywhere,

One of the problems with being such a young religion is that not all the theological infrastructure is in place, yet. We're still working on our rituals, holy days, not to mention our holy skriptures. One of the things that other religions have are aphorisms, bits of wisdom that can be dispensed mid-conversation that can make one seem wise and righteous. They have the golden rule, catchy Yiddish sayings, quips from Confucious, we need to get in the game because at this point we're pretty much working off of "take my wife...please."

So I propose that we begin compiling snack-sized bits of Comedist wisdom:

True, there is no "I" in team; but there is one in recital and without it, you are left with rectal.

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, unless the beholder has her contacts which case there just isn't room and she can actually see your face.

April showers bring May flowers, but if June finds out about your showering with May or April it will take more than flowers.

Do unto others...that's it.
Other one-line paths to enlightenment, my friends?

Live, love and laugh,

Irreverend Steve