Euphemisms for Heaven and the Afterlife appear throughout the text of Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, often in the form of humorous comparisons between the mundane and the bizarre.
- Saint Fidgeta is compared to the tiniest candle on the sugar cake of Eternity (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 24).
- The Question Box moderator suggests to Annie Rugg, following her claim to have the biggest chain letter in the world, that she keep a record of her good and bad deeds to "have a rough idea of the state of your Eternal Ledger" (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 42).
- The Question Box moderator suggests an Anglican sinner whose confession is heard by an Anglican priest who later converts to Catholicism has foolishly "filled a book with enough green stamps for an Eternal Reward" and only found the error of his ways when presenting the book at the Redemption Center - and thus no admittance to Heaven (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 43).
- The Prayer for the Speedy Demise of a Bishop suggests God sweeps "Thine Eternal Dwellings" for souls sucked into the "Dustbin of Bliss" (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 118).
- A Paradigmatic Sunday Sermon, as part of The Moist Heart, is full of military-related metaphors, including referring to one's eternal reward to General Headquarters (GHC) (Saint Fidgeta and Other Parodies, 122).