Recent archaeological, anthropological, and theological discoveries have shown that a supper may have taken place exactly seven days after the "Last Supper."
Webster's Dictionary defines a supper as, "A light meal eaten before going to bed." Scientists uncovered items such as wine chalices, chilled salad forks and pork rinds, which make you question the dinner party's respect for kosher regulations, but also display a clear indication that a light meal did in fact occur. To further strengthen the scientists' assumption, fourteen sleeping bags along with matted down grass areas were uncovered twenty-one feet north of the alleged supper location proving to anthropologist Fritz Cavington that "they went to bed."
When author of "The Bible" Patrick O'Flannigan was interrogated about the discoveries, he said, "Yeah, duh, I already knew that." He was found dead two hours later in his bungalow with a .22 in his right hand and a bottle of scotch in his left; his typewriter smashed on the floor.
This new information has caused riots throughout the world as people have begun to question their faith. The mormons are doing fine.