Seventh-Day Adventist Orders Delicious Hot Fudge Saturdae
Theology

TACOMA, WA—Local Seventh-day Adventist Martin Lyle went to one of his favorite local restaurants Sunday afternoon and ordered himself a delicious hot fudge saturdae, sources at the diner confirmed.

Though most everyone else recognizes the dessert as being a sundae, Lyle insists it is in fact called a saturdae.

“Yeah, get me one of those deluxe saturdaes with the fudge, a cherry on top—just hold the shellfish, pork, and any other ‘unclean’ meats you typically put on your saturdaes,” he told the bewildered waitress. “Just a good, old-fashioned, American saturdae.”

After a little back-and-forth, the waitress realized he was talking about a sundae. “Oh, you mean a sundae!” she said brightly, but Lyle shook his head vigorously, and insisted that although the dictionary clearly defined the frozen treat as a sundae, his tradition confirmed it as a saturdae.

After consuming the dish and returning home, Lyle fell into a nice long afternoon soul sleep, according to sources.

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