Monday, January 24, 2011

The Monday Funnies

We've made it to the tail-end of January, the beginning of another work week, and the end of another Diocese Council, Convention, Convocation, or whatever you call it in your jurisdiction, synod, diocese, district.

And that reminds me of a joke. . . Enjoy your Monday Funnies:

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The little boy noticed a plaque in the back of the church and asked the priest what it was.

"Oh, those are the church members who died in service," the good Father explained.

"Which," the boy asked, "the eight-o'clock or the ten-o'clock?"

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Do you know what Mahatma Ghandi and Mary Poppins have in common?

Ghandi walked everywhere he went, which produced enormous callouses on his feet. He ate very little, so he was a very fragile man. Also, his strange diet caused him to suffer from bad breath.

So Ghandi could be described as a super calloused fragile mystic hexed by hallitosis.

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