Sermon and Sermonette » « Junior Birdmen of the Discovery Institute Mmmm…green gingerbread At least somebody tried to meet the green gingerbread house challenge—Janet and the sprogs built one, although they cheated a little bit. Everyone else has until 31 December to send in entries! Share this:PrintEmailShare on TumblrTweet Sermon and Sermonette » « Junior Birdmen of the Discovery Institute
Brian Macker says
Noticed that there were no locarian restrictions in this contest. Kind of hard to make a gingerbread house in cold climates where you can’t grow ginger.
Those wacky ecologists. Makes one crack up almost as much as building a city on a boat, or even reject all the groups beliefs wholesale if your into that kind of fallacious thinking.
If it is advertised as “green gingerbread” it ought to be truly green, as in Kermit the Frog, “green as cats eyes, green as glass, by streams of water, green as grass….” to quote my favorite childhood Golden Book “The Color Kittens”. I recently heard they were going to put “green lights” on the GW Bridge, and thought, “that sounds pretty” then realized they just meant ecologically correct lights.
After all, if we can have green gingerbread for St. Patrick’s Day, why not green gingerbread? The better to build a gingerbread Grinch as well.
Ooops, I meant “green BAGELS for St. Patrick’s Day……” need more coffee…