Man May Have Accidentally Skipped Bead; Begins Decade Over Again

October 13, 2013 by  
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Bridgeport, CT––After having lost himself in a daydream while saying the rosary earlier this morning, 34-year-old Bridgeport resident Luke Spencer awoke unsure of whether his thumb may have accidentally skipped a couple beads while simultaneously saying his rosary and dreaming about Japanese Snow Monkeys bathing in the hot springs of the mountainous region of Nagano, Japan. “At least I know what decade I’m on,” Spencer told EOTT as he tightly gripped the bead he was currently on so as not to lose his place for the fifth time this rosary. “The last thing I remember was meditating on the resurrection, and thinking about Easter Sunday and the Easter bunny. That led me to bunnies, which led me to my childhood when I’d eat Animal Crackers. The rabbits and monkeys were my favorite, so I began to think about monkeys and, in particular, the Japanese Snow Monkeys who keep warm in hot springs.” Spencer went on to say that although it usually takes him approximately 20-minutes to say a rosary, he was now moving on to his second hour and still on his first decade. At press time, Spencer was questioning whether he had said a Hail Mary on the bead he was fingering when this interview began, or whether that was the next bead up.