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posted by admin | 7:28 PM
try some hairspray on your robes.
Isn't that just the Holy Spirit giving you little 'kisses'?A nun told me that once....
I agree with Haiku John. I thought it must be the power of the Holy Spirit. You should really get it going and touch other people and shock them.
Your Holiness,On the static cling stuff: Your skin must be all dried out. Use some lotion on your legs.Today I saw a photo of you in red loafers. You might want to rethink that.
I think this is related to the soap sliver thing, your Holiness.Do the liquid soap thing--with moisturizers. At least in winter, it really helps.Hey, I solved your little hotel bottles of shampoo problem. Just get a manly scent.
It must be the dry air in the Vatican. One of the acolytes ought to put a humidifier in the incense thing.
It's the weather. This, too, shall pass. Hey, you're in Newsweek this week stepping out in your red Pradas. Fancy.
Carpet and rubber-soled shoes'll get ya every time!
Jesus went barefoot.
Walk around with a spray bottle filled with holy water, that should keep the shocks down to a minimum. Also, always have your assistant open any doors for you.
Bennie, I mean Joe, have you tried Static-Gard? It smells funny, but will get rid of the static cling as well as all those annoying hangers-on.Love your blog. Thanks for bringing the Vatican into the fourteenth century.
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