It’s a simple task to convert any liquid to its magical equivalent, such as Lourdes healing water, or making wine into the blood of Christ, as any local neighborhood Catholic priest is trained and licensed to do.
It’s such a serious matter that the wafers, once converted to the Body of Christ, are kept in the church in a locked vault until they are needed for the Holy Mass, lest they be stolen for use in a dark ceremony or worse.
What can be worse? You don’t want to know the depths of barbarity and animalism into which humans can easily sink, but one example of that is the CovFeFe Phenomenon, started by Trump’s now-famous tweet, “Despite the constant negative press covfefe”.
Everyone thought he’d delete the obvious typo, but six hours went by, and he hadn’t, so the speculation about the true meaning of “covfefe” went wildly around the Beltway tweeting bird population.
They never thought to look online, or they’d have found my videogame, “CovFeFe”, which celebrates “Cafe” with “Cavfefe”, meaning “Cafe Press”, of course. Continue reading