You may remember that I told of a man riding his donkey along the dusty road, with his wife behind him, carrying their worldly goods and their crying new-born baby. A passing Samaritan asked the man; "Why are you riding a donkey, and your wife is walking with the burden of child and goods"?
The man replied: "Well, the reason she is walking and I'm riding is simple - she hasn't got a donkey".
As I said at the time, that story holds a very powerful message for us all, but that message should have been along the lines of man’s selfishness, not “If a woman can't get off her arse and go to work, why should a man pay for her bleedin’ donkey?”.
Next, the reading. The actual phrase is “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord.” the Book of Common Prayer does not actually mention the word breasts anywhere.
The next error was simply a case of turning over two pages at once. And Judas threw himself over a cliff, and his bowels gushed out is actually followed by several hundred words before the phrase and the lot fell on Matthias.