Ummm, maybe you were fasting when you saw it? :-)
Alas, no. That would have been a reasonable excuse. :)
I couldn't stop laughing because I can see the oreos , too! After I read the comments I laughed even harder!
Ha! My husband saw oreos, too! He was wondering why I was laughing so much and took a peek. Linda better put on her glasses!
Thank goodness I'm not the only one with such a disordered attachment to Oreos that I see them in a Rosary! ;)
Oh now I see them!
You understand that theologically the white filling represents the action of sanctifying grace in our souls. The black outer crust represents our fallen human nature on one side and the temptations of the world on the other. Sanctifying Grace both purifies us and provides a barrier between those two sources of evil.
And by the way, pass the cookies, Albert, they're Great.
Now I feel so edified. :)
You can be so pompous, Thomas, you dumb ox. No wonder none of my other students liked you. You have forgotten the 1st principle of philosophy in your analysis.As Aristotle often said:"Sometimes a cookie .............is just a cookie"
DARN.Now I'm craving Oreos.
And sometimes a Rosary is just a Rosary, but not when the beads are black and reflecting white light. :)Sue, you could satisfy your craving with some Oreo pops.
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