"As Maude is my witness, all I can think of are [examples] that surely wouldn't be Jebus approved. Watering houseplants for example. If you have a live tree for christmas, keeping it hydrated with holy water might counteract some of those nasty pagan associations. You could also use it to wash your dishes, making them squeaky clean both physically and morally. This is the one that's probably sealed my doom though. Holy water as a drink mixer. No, really. think about it. All those bitter repressed
drunks Pillars of Morality furtively drinking their Osco brand scotch and waters at home so no one sees them? Using holy water as the mixer (and ice, if they drink it on the rocks) may effectively negate the inherent evil of sinful alcohol. Protect the liver too, maybe."
-- Blogger Mikerzz after finding a "Holy Water for Home Use" spigot at the back of a St. Paul, Minnesota church.