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Thursday, May 05, 2005

Christian Humour: an Oxy-moron?

A Catholic priest goes into a local barber shop and gets a shave and a haircut. Afterwards when trying to pay the man, the Barber says "no father, my parents always told me not to take money from clergy. Your haircut is on the house.
The next morning when the barber first stepped outside waiting for him on the porch
he found two loaves of freshly baked bread.
Not long afterwards a Baptist minister happened to come through the town, and he stopped for a shave and a haircut, and the barber told him the same thing. The next day the barber went out his front door and waiting for him on the porch he found two blueberry pies freshly baked.
Then a Charismatic pastor came through town, and stopped in for a shave and a haircut. When he tried to pay the man, the Barber told him "no pastor, my parents always told me never to charge church leaders. Your haircut is on the house."
The next morning as the barber stepped out his front door, waiting for him on the porch he found ten more Charismatic Pastors.

Tee-hee. Well, I liked it anyway.

1 Comments:

At 12:25 PM, Blogger Andrew G said...

LOL

(to clarify: actual LOL, not just written LOL)

 

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