‘They got me good!’ Actress Patricia Heaton posts Ash Wednesday photo

Actress Patricia Heaton took to Twitter to celebrate Ash Wednesday.

Hmm. Wondering why she asked that one? Perhaps this is the reason:

Heh.

Thank you for sharing your Ash Wednesday photo, Ms. Heaton. Happy Ash Wednesday, all!

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  • Fire and Adjust!

    I know its in bad taste but what the hell…………………….

    Careful where you get your ashes from today…………….especially considering the Dorner fiasco yesterday

    • Canadian in USA

      Equally in bad taste, buuuuuut…

      Get the butter – he’s toast.

      • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

        heh..
        you want fries(d) with that?

      • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

        heh..
        you want fries(d) with that?

    • http://twitter.com/die_mich_zwei Spatial Awareness

      I was contemplating your comments over my plate of ‘Famous Daves’, and you are in fact a terrible person….. hehehe *snicker* *snicker* #WelcomeToTheClub

    • ⚔Christophuh⚔

      No, not in bad taste. We catholics have a sense of humor.

  • Canadian in USA

    Protocol depends on the church – some don’t mind if parishioners leave them on all day; others ask parishioners clean their foreheads after the service as “not to make a public display of it” (kinda like the scripture in Matthew 6:16-18 says).

    As far as I’m concerned, to each their own.

  • aliwilcox

    On a day that has me down, I appreciate the humor.

    • BlueGood

      Here’s a little Giggle Snort for you Ali…& others who may have watched th eIdiot in Chief last nite…

      FOR THOSE WHO LOVE THE PHILOSOPHY OF
      AMBIGUITY, AS WELL AS THE IDIOSYNCRASIES OF ENGLISH:

      22.
      DOES THE LITTLE
      MERMAID WEAR AN ALGEBRA?

      23. DO
      INFANTS ENJOY INFANCY AS
      MUCH AS ADULTS ENJOY ADULTERY?

      24. HOW IS IT POSSIBLE TO HAVE A CIVIL WAR?

      25. IF ONE SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMER DROWNS, DO THE REST DROWN
      TOO?

      26. IF YOU ATE BOTH PASTA AND ANTIPASTO,
      WOULD YOU STILL BE HUNGRY?

      27. IF YOU TRY
      TO FAIL, AND
      SUCCEED, WHICH HAVE YOU DONE?

      28. WHOSE
      CRUEL IDEA
      WAS IT FOR THE WORD ‘LISP’ TO HAVE ‘S’ IN IT?

      29. WHY ARE HEMORRHOIDS CALLED “HEMORRHOIDS” INSTEAD OF
      “ASSTEROIDS”?

      30. WHY IS IT CALLED TOURIST SEASON IF
      WE CAN’T SHOOT AT THEM?

      31. WHY IS THERE
      AN EXPIRATION
      DATE ON SOUR CREAM?

      32. IF YOU SPIN
      AN ORIENTAL
      MAN IN A CIRCLE THREE TIMES, DOES HE BECOME DISORIENTED?

      33. CAN AN ATHEIST GET INSURANCE AGAINST ACTS
      OF GOD?

      :o)

      • http://twitter.com/die_mich_zwei Spatial Awareness

        AWESOME!

      • vanbratch

        OMG! FABULOUS!! LMBO!!!

        • BlueGood

          Don’t laugh too hard Vanessa..you may need that bum later….

          Hee hee…

        • BlueGood

          Don’t laugh too hard Vanessa..you may need that bum later….

          Hee hee…

      • Tony0920

        And last, but not least of course. Why do they have Braille, on drive thru ATMs?

      • APW

        Thanks! I especially liked 28.

        • BlueGood

          Sorry to be so late in responding, but am pleased I could help turn your frown upsidedown!

          Stay well! stay Tuned!

          :o)

        • BlueGood

          Sorry to be so late in responding, but am pleased I could help turn your frown upsidedown!

          Stay well! stay Tuned!

          :o)

      • GaryTheBrave

        These seem like things comedian Steven Wright would say. My favorite is #27.

        • walterc

          My favorite Steven Wright comment . . .My nephew asked me why it was raining and I told him God was crying. When he asked me why God was crying I said, “Probably something you did.”

  • KenPrescott

    How the Pope’s resignation got announced at the meeting of the cardinals:

    “So, your Holiness, what are YOU giving up for Lent?”

    :)

    • http://twitter.com/WSPISFA WSPISFA

      LOL, giving up the papacy….top that!

    • http://twitter.com/WSPISFA WSPISFA

      LOL, giving up the papacy….top that!

  • BlueStateRepub

    Love her. And you’re supposed to leave them on all day.

  • madian_kikyou

    is it okay to laugh?

  • Brian Roastbeef

    Clearly the Priest was watching some Everybody Loves Raymond reruns and figured the infamously shrill Debra Barone needed an extra dose of humility.

    (Always liked her, but never could stand that character…)

    • $36544368

      Loved her character…Marie Barone used to make me want to throw things at the TV set…LOL!

      • http://twitter.com/WSPISFA WSPISFA

        That’s one show that never jumped the shark IMHO: a clean, funny family show that’s “not about the kids,” and the casting was spot-on for all the characters. The kids went to private Catholic school through their church, and the whole family (except Ray, LOL) attended services on Sunday. Even Father Hubley (RIP Charles Durning) was a recurring character, and a protagonist at that.

        I think my fave episode was the one with Frank’s Civil War re-enactment, when Ray had to be on Team Gray for lack of enough players: “I hope you win, Daddy!” “Don’t bet on it, kid” “What authentic? Stonewall Jackson’s wearing a beeper!”

        • $36544368

          I still watch it in syndication on Nick-At-Nite on weeknights :)

      • http://twitter.com/WSPISFA WSPISFA

        That’s one show that never jumped the shark IMHO: a clean, funny family show that’s “not about the kids,” and the casting was spot-on for all the characters. The kids went to private Catholic school through their church, and the whole family (except Ray, LOL) attended services on Sunday. Even Father Hubley (RIP Charles Durning) was a recurring character, and a protagonist at that.

        I think my fave episode was the one with Frank’s Civil War re-enactment, when Ray had to be on Team Gray for lack of enough players: “I hope you win, Daddy!” “Don’t bet on it, kid” “What authentic? Stonewall Jackson’s wearing a beeper!”

    • GaryTheBrave

      I couldn’t stand the show. It came across as a slightly classier “Married…with Children.” However, I recommend getting the DVD “Thou Shalt Laugh” which she hosts. Really funny and clean humor.

  • GaryTheBrave

    I’m giving up Catholicism for Lent.

    (I’m not Catholic.)

    • $36544368

      Hey Gary…off topic…did you ever read my apology from a few weeks back for insulting you when it was actually the person you responded to that I should have insulted (lol)?

      • GaryTheBrave

        No, but I don’t recall the topic or the insult. In any case, apology accepted.

        Most of the time I’m using the app on my iPhone. Often when I reply I notice that it says “In reply to [someone else].” Also, on the app all posts are in chronological order, not topical. So if I saw your “insult” and apology on the app I likely wouldn’t have linked them to what I posted.

        A lot of my comments lately have been real lame (see above for an example). There have been a number of comments I composed and deleted before I posted saving the readers here some really vapid and horrid insights.

  • http://twitter.com/WSPISFA WSPISFA

    She’s a classy lady, that Debra Barone.

  • http://twitter.com/WSPISFA WSPISFA

    She’s a classy lady, that Debra Barone.

  • Right Wired

    Protip: don’t run around asking everyone what they gave up for Lent like it’s some kind of deprivation contest.

  • http://twitter.com/dchrist81 david christoph

    for Lent, I’d recommend reading “The Great Controversy” (full title “The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan”), a well-researched history detailing how the “catholic” “church” has been (and continues to be) the single greatest threat to the religious liberty of authentic bible-believing Christians — and even the greatest threat to the very lives of authentic Christians. This controversy of the apostate Roman “church” (the great whore of Revelation) against authentic Christianity continues to this day and figures prominently in the final tribulation by which all well be tested.
    http://www.gutenberg.org/files/25833/25833-pdf.pdf

  • http://twitter.com/dchrist81 david christoph

    for Lent, I’d recommend reading “The Great Controversy” (full title “The Great Controversy Between Christ and Satan”), a well-researched history detailing how the “catholic” “church” has been (and continues to be) the single greatest threat to the religious liberty of authentic bible-believing Christians — and even the greatest threat to the very lives of authentic Christians. This controversy of the apostate Roman “church” (the great whore of Revelation) against authentic Christianity continues to this day and figures prominently in the final tribulation by which all well be tested.
    http://www.gutenberg.org/files/25833/25833-pdf.pdf

  • Gallatin

    Happy Ash Wednesday to you as well Patricia. You are a wonderful person.