December 19, 2007

Thievery Update

We are now up to....

If I've calculated correctly, that should cover one side of the Baby Jesusmobile.


  1. That's only 13 baby Jesi stolen in 16 days. Less than one a day. I guess those cradle-robbers are not serious practitioners of the thievery craft.

  2. One wonders whether 16 baby Jesusus are few or many? Perhaps this will need to become an annual event so we can more accurately tally the rise or decline of Jesusnappings.

    (side note: here are some more baby Jesuses for you, in case you were running low. These deserve to be napped.)

  3. 16!? Sigh. Make that 17. Apologies to Jesusnapper number seventeen for overlooking your accomplishments.

  4. I just can't wait until there is record-o-comment. Because from me all you would hear is giggling. You make me laugh, you laugh maker you!

    Did you see the Jesus of the week with the Nativity scene of frogs, quite fetching.

  5. Anonymous9:03 AM

    Heather has some - shall we say interesting? - baby Jesi for you to add to your collection. I'm sure they can fill the other side of the Jesusmobile and maybe even start a second one. Or maybe the leftovers could make a Jesus-motorcycle. That would be way cool.

  6. Ex - I think you spoke too soon.

    Heather - I can definitely make this an annual event. And I laughed out loud when you apologized to the Jesusnapper.

    Carla - Aw. Thanks. You've just helped me finally figure out what I want to be when I grow up. A laugh maker. Hang on, I'm going to check the JOTW. Oh for the love of all things unholy - that is, well, I think I'm dumbstruck. I can't even imagine what's going through the mind of someone who would create THAT.

    Chaplain - I LOVED Heather's Jesi. And a Baby Jesuscycle is an awesome idea, 'cause I bet Jesus loves him some biking.

  7. Glad I could return the favour (yes, that IS the way we spell it here in Aussieland) - I laugh out loud at almost every one of your posts.

    P.S. Carla, tadpole Jesus is, um, sorry there's no word to describe it. The English language is not set up to cope with such things.