September 10, 2003

Bargain of the Day: ritual rug

Until today, I had never heard of a Goddess Ritual Rug , wiccan pagan, except when lesbian Pagans used the term as a euphemism. Apparently it's a:

Plush shag Lavendar ritual rug with black Goddess, 40" diameter. Great for ritual circle, or for in front of your Altar! Measures 3' 4".

It should show wax and incense stains perfectly!

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...but presumably the goat blood stains just wash out with water.

Wombyn don't need the oppressive patriarchal animal abuse inherent in using goat's blood. We are friends with our wombs and the Goddess has blessed us with a cruelty-free supply for all our sanguine needs. And, as eny fule know, that stuff comes out with salt water. Just remember to use cold water.

heeeey.. i saw that rug in an IKEA catalog from 2 years ago.

The most unusual rug I ever saw at IKEA was the one with hexadecimal all over it that I got for Charlie.

Wombyn? That's a new one on me. As for "all our sanguine needs" - that's priceless! Can I quote you?

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