Τρίτη, Νοεμβρίου 21

Had a most curious dream the other night.

Was somehow travelling through some tropical former spanish or portuguese colony- could have been south america, philippines or even goa. Balmy weather, tropical rivers, somewhat third world, the usual.

Passing by some rural cathedral, noticed some outdoor marble tombs of sainted early bishops of the place. Don't ask me why these were outside the cathedral. One of the sarcophagus covers was broken. Not one to miss a chance to acquire a first-class relic, i reached in, grabbed a femur and made off with it.

Alright, so i was a relic thief in my dream. Where's the amusing bit?

The name on the tomb was Sanctus Convivius. 'Convivius' is obviously derived from 'convivium' - 'dinner party'.

Trust me to dream up a Saint Party!

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