Starter pak, ganern!
You don't know if you're melting from the heat, or if it's Satan welcoming you to hell.
Thank God for these tweets.
Forty days, five questions, one answer.
2.2 billion Christians are praying for salvation.
Doesn't matter if you're religious or not, you still couldn't eat meat.
Trying all *22* flavors.
There's more to life than strawberry picking and ube jam.
Muslims are joining Christians by giving up their favourite things for the next 40 days.
Pope or nope?
It's 40 days, 40 nights, one quiz result.
Let the good times roll!
Move over Valentine's Day, Pancake Day is the only real reason February exists.
Religion meets social media on the first day of Lent.
You can do this.
Forty days and 40 nights is a long time. Are you making the right choice?
40 days is a LONG TIME. What are you giving up?
There will apparently be a severe lack of nice guys for the next 40 days.
It's the latest sleazy Carl's Jr. commercial. It's for Lent.
Now that that's over, the Huffington Post is going to liveblog the Jewish holiday of Omer.
An increasing number of people observing Lent have chosen to give up social networking. Let's celebrate that being over with some well deserved sacrilege.
Roman Catholic bishops in Italy are calling for Catholics to abandon technologies like text messaging, Facebook and Twitter for Lent.
It's 2009, which means that social networks are important enough to be renounced for Lent.