For the love of a Churra…

As you may know churros are really popular in Spain.
After paella is probably the most well-known Spanish “meal” in the entire world.
Churros are sold all over the word in street and county fair, movie theaters and parks around the city.

Churros and chocolate

Churros and chocolate

But be aware, if you come to Spain don’t ask for churras, or do, that’s up to you.
Saying you love hot churras, that you love chocolate dipped churras, that you love the milk filled churras, that you love that warm feeling of a churra in your mouth may get you in trouble, or not, as I said that’s up to you.

Filled churros...hmmmm

Filled churros…hmmmm

Take the example of this poor and innocent priest, Jose Manuel Lorca, whom not knowing the difference between churrO and churrA, met up with a guy at a park, in the middle of the day.
Rumor has it the priest only wanted to eat a juicy cream filled churro, but he was clearly misinterpreted by this evil guy at the park.

ChurrA shaped churros

ChurrA shaped churros

Just imagine the horror this poor man went through when the said evil guy started to suck on his churrA, the priest in exchange, and  as a prove of selflessness chew on the guy’s churrA, just to call it even, little did the priest know he was going to end up all over the internet chewing on a churrA.

Yeah son, yeah son, chew on that churra.

Yeah son, yeah son, chew on that churra.

Nobody understand that was an honest and innocent mistake, he never meant to try a churrA he was looking for a churrO, he only wanted a snack.
Why society has to condem him?
Why?

Learn from his example, and know that in Spain churrA means male genitalia and not a that deep-fried piece of dough.
But then, who can resist a churra? I’m not gonna judge.
Ohh did I mention that this priest lives in a village called Churra? Coincidence?
Didn’t think so!