Actually, this Pepe Marin photo taken on behalf of Reuters portrays something completely different that also has a surprising religious connection.
Here we see a first-year medical student running the gauntlet while seniors spray him with different types of sauces, liquids and flour as part of an annual tradition during a celebration in honor of their patron Saint Lucas at Granada University in Granada, Spain.
What St. Luke (the Physician), this med school, and the spraying of sauces all have to do with one another is beyond my understanding…
Thank goodness that Kevin Feyen of the Archdiocese of Dubuque clarifies it all with the caption of An apparent dermatology student is testing a new salve to cure stupidity. No luck!
Kevin, if stupidity was a salvable dermatological condition, I probably be both smarter and better looking!
Have at it with a CaptionThis in the comments section below and make sense of it all for all of us… or, as usual, make non-sense out of it all.
Kevin takes claim to this month’s Catholic Youth Ministry Blog No-Prize… .