Aw, Lawid! It’sah miwacle!!
What a yolk.
Looks like one of them Texas mega-churches!!!
All the eggs are upside down.
That’s nasty stuff.
Looks like they’re buying it.
It needs a little mustard and pickle relish.
I wonder at what point someone decided that Humpty Dumpty should be an egg?
What a waste. They could of at least made mayonnaise.
Also makes great deviled eggs.
Love whipped salad dressing, but I don’t buy Miracle Whip…to dang expensive.
To any who don’t get it: Mayonnaise is made from eggs and oil.
In his resurrection, he has received a new body.
He has come back in a new form. It truly is a miracle. Amen.
(I want to say, “Whip it – whip it good.”, but I won’t.)
At least he didn’t go to Helmans.
Um…Mark, there are no eggs in Miracle Whip.
I’m pretty sure there is no egg in Miracle Whip.
What a smear campaign.
And it was a miracle that he got whipped into shape.
And he was then spread across the world, for the sandwiches and sauces everywhere that would only believe. Or not.
Miracle Whip is a cost-reduced, long shelf-life goop that tastes nothing like real mayonnaise. It’s like buying “cheeze” with a “z.”
I cannot stand Miracle Whip.
The Mayo Clinic will fix the Humpster.
In the nursery rhyme, Humpty fell off the wall. But technically, he never died.
Yuck. A miracle would be coming back as Duke’s Mayonnaise.
I don’t think salad dressing contains eggs …
According to the Nicene Creed, before the resurrection, he descended into Hellmann’s and was tempted by a can of deviled ham.
September 06, 2014