In celebration of Wingsday

Every Wednesday marks a holy day on the calendar: Wingsday, commemorating when the God Woden bestowed upon us the glory of Wodensday, meaning Wings Day, but which is now pronounced as Wednesday. Let us sing a hymn to praise this day, and gorge ourselves on cheap wings and dollar beers at Two Rows.

Hark, the herald waitress brings

Glory to this plate of wings

Spices hot and spices mild

Ranch and Blue cheese reconciled

Thighs and legs and celery

Dean and Dan and Evan, Me

Hark the herald waitress brings

Glory to this plate of wings

Hark the herald waitress brings

Glory to this plate of wings

EDIT: Fixed

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One response to “In celebration of Wingsday

  1. “Hark the herald waitress brings” is more sexist, but you get the extra mid-line slant rhyme between “waitress” and “plate of”.

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