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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

How About a Laugh to Start the Day?

A New Priest in Texas
 
 
A new priest, born and raised in Texas, comes to serve in a city parish and is nervous about hearing confessions, so he asks the older priest to sit in on his sessions.

The new priest hears a couple of confessions, then the old priest asks him to step out of the confessional for a few suggestions.

The old priest suggests, "Cross your arms over your chest, and rub your chin with one hand and try saying things like 'yes, I see,' and 'yes, go on,' and 'I understand.'

The new priest crosses his arms, rubs his chin with one hand and repeats all the suggested remarks to the old priest.

The old priest says, "Now, don't you think that's a little better than slapping your knee and saying, "No shit, what happened next?"

14 comments:

Janie said...

Ha, ha! You certainly find some great jokes, Sylvia.
Love the new header!

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha!

Margie's Musings said...

:0

Arija said...

Nice one.

Just got an email from D.D. on her way home from the stated, it read.

Have acquired a nightshirt for your life partner, unfortunately it reads 'psycho ward, Alcatraz'. She is flying out of San Francisco.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You gave me a nice end of the day chuckle.

Our weather is breaking soon. High in the 60's on Thursday, yee haw!

lotusleaf said...

It is still dark outside and I am chuckling here! Thanks for a lovely start of the day!

Sridharan said...

Ha..ha..Nice one indeed..!

Jack said...

You are SO funny. Another Sylvia classic.

SandyCarlson said...

Thanks for the laugh!

missing moments said...

LOL ... love your humor Sylvia!

George said...

Thanks for the laugh to end my day.

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

Thank you Sylvia for the lough.
I needed it.
Costas

Samson said...

Good one Sylvia....

Joy said...

Funny!!

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