Yes, you are correct. The title is indeed a quote from one of my favourite musical duo’s, Flight of the Conchords. But what I want to focus on is that word kebab. The wonderful kebab. The only group of people who eat kebabs when sober are Christian lads, and I have eaten many a kebab with no influence of alcohol.
But why? […}
I do not know why I eat kebabs. It’s beautiful wh
en you open up that take away box and there before my e
yes in a flat pita, covered in donner er meat they call it. Yummy.
The problem is the morning after.
Last night I did endulge in a kebab with my too charming house mates, Jon (from thi
s blog) and Dave (a commentator of this blog). At the time is was wonderful. We all commented on how good the meat was. Lovely.
But this morning I have just got off the lav and let me tell you it was not normal. Why do I do it. Every morning after a kebab I regret it.
So should we stay away from the kebab for our own well being. For me it cannot be a godly act.
Just to add a quality line from Jon, “erm lads. I don’t think we can ask God to bless this to our bodies…” classic.