Head of the St STD to be auctioned off

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25 Responses to “Head of the St STD to be auctioned off”

  1. Xof says:

    “It’s certainly ancient, and it’s certainly the head of somebody.”

    I would like more opportunities to say that exact phrase in the execution of my duties.

  2. frankieboy says:

    …”although he couldn’t be certain it was the head of a saint: “It’s certainly ancient, and it’s certainly the head of somebody.”

    Monty Pythonesque voice… “Waaaaalllll, it’s certainly an ‘ed, innit? could be a saint really, can’t prove it’s not, can ‘ya? Tell you what, give me 10 quid and I’ll throw in the toe nails”

  3. andyhavens says:

    I was told you can’t get STDs from head…

  4. Dv Revolutionary says:

    There was a great deal of head worship, keeping the heads of ancestors, other head based skullduggery in pre-christian Ireland.

    The head could be older and more important than some mere saint.

  5. Anonymous says:

    It’s an opportunity to use the term Simony

  6. ZippySpincycle says:

    “It’s certainly the head of somebody” reminded me of the line from Plan Nine From Outer Space: “But one thing’s sure. Inspector Clay is dead, murdered, and somebody’s responsible.”

  7. Donald Petersen says:

    Hey, cool! Just when my tax refund came in!

  8. mtdna says:

    Seems like something any number of priests could use.

  9. Karnuvap says:

    Some of these comments remind me of that joke that ends…

    “… I dunno – I never found her body”

  10. IWood says:

    But that’s not the important bit of him, now is it?

  11. Anonymous says:

    It’s like rule 34 of the middle ages, “If it exists, there’s a patron saint for it”

  12. EricT says:

    Do all English people keep heads in their attics, or is the practice restricted to the upper classes?

  13. g0d5m15t4k3 says:

    I’m sure he “performed” “miracles” on many genitals. I mean, we all have that phase of life right?

  14. Anonymous says:

    I thought that it was considered improper to sell relics

    • Anonymous says:

      According to the Catholic Church’s Code of Canon Law, “It is absolutely forbidden to sell sacred relics.” (Can. 1190 §1).

  15. Don says:

    I wonder if this is a poe.

  16. gwailo_joe says:

    I. Need. That. Head.

  17. maex says:

    There’s a pub in Co. Louth that has “leprechaun bones” on display. I wonder if the leprechaun and St. Vitalis knew each other…

    If he’s also from Assisi, that’s three saints from the same place.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      I was wondering if I could collect all three heads of Saint Vitalis, Saint Brylcreem and Saint Alberto VO5.

      • frankieboy says:

        that’s funny, but you might be showing your age! Saints Canoe, Hai Karate and Drakar Noir could fill out the team.

  18. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know, getting strange head seems like it would CAUSE more STDs than it cures.

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