Gumby on a Latke

A blast from the past — January 2010. We’ve never seen Gumby on a latke since then. Nor, apparently, has anyone else.

 

 

Red Shoes are Better than Bacon

It was Hanukah, and the year was 1999, when Gumby first appeared on a latke, right here in the Promised Land of Saint Mary of Guido. We kept his appearance rather quiet, knowing that millions of Gumby devotees would storm the place in search of his image. Every year after, while others play the dreidel game, count their Hanukah gelt and light the candles, we would remember fondly the night on which Gumby on a latke came into our lives. As far as we knew, we were the first house that he would honor, given that absolutely nowhere, then and now, would a reference to him appear. On the other hand, others may have likewise kept mum about his appearance.

Sure, you’ve seen Jesus on a tortilla, the Virgin Mary on a piece of burned toast, Mother Teresa, the inventress of human suffering, show up on a shriveled apple…

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2 comments on “Gumby on a Latke

  1. tancho says:

    Will he melt when I put him in the Microwave on top of the tortilla?

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  2. Reblogging. Tsk, tsk, tsk …

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