Friday, January 27, 2012

Friday Joke Continued: In Remembrance

Another religious joke, because apparently that's where my brain is at today.
One Sunday morning, the pastor noticed little Johnny standing in the foyer of the church, looking at a large plaque that hung there. After the young man of seven had stood there for some time, the pastor walked up beside him and said quietly, "Good morning, son."

"Good morning, Pastor," replied the youngster, not taking his eyes off the plaque. "Can I ask you, Sir -- What is this for? Why are all these names listed on here?"

"Well, son, these are all the people who have died in the service," replied the pastor.

Soberly, they stood together, staring up at the large plaque. Little Johnny's voice barely broke the silence when he asked quietly, "Which one, Sir, the 8:30 or the 10:30?"

So hey, as long as I'm throwing these out here, what are your favorite religious-ish jokes?


  1. The first one made me lmao, but this one's pretty good too. Here's my favorite religious-ish joke. Ready? Ahem.

    ....Rick Santorum.


  2. ::snerk:: Cold, man. How you gonna dis Man On Dog himself like that?

  3. The first one made me chuckle. Here's one for you:

    The pastor gathered all the children at the front of the church where he was to deliver his children's sermon. Just a little five minute sermonette for the little kiddies. Noticing one little girl all dolled up he said, "That sure is a pretty dress you have on today, Sally." "It sure is, but my mama says is a bitch to iron!"

  4. Hee hee...

    It took me all day to remember the only 'religious' joke I know, posted in case your readers are the only people on Earth who haven't heard it yet:

    What does an agnostic dyslexic insomniac do?

    He stays up all night wondering if there really is a dog.

  5. Three children were discussing their parents' careers.

    One little boy said, "My mom is a poet. She writes words on paper and gets fifty dollars a poem."

    A little girl said, "My dad is a songwriter. He writes words on paper and gets one hundred dollars a song."

    Another little boy said, "My dad is a minister. He writes words on paper and it takes eight people to collect all the money!"


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