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Flag EyesoftheWorld August 25, 2008 1:55 PM EDT
And the bartender says "What is this, some kind of joke?!"
Flag StormyMusic September 19, 2008 3:29 PM EDT
A priest, a rabbi and a minister walk into a bar.  Fortunately, they only ended up with a small bump on the head.
Flag slippers1 December 9, 2008 10:50 AM EST
The minister looks at the priest and th rabbi and says oops wrong door!
Flag gorm-sionnach December 9, 2008 11:36 PM EST
A Priest, a Rabbi and a Minister walk into a bar, they order drinks, have a lively chat, pay their tab, tip the barkeep, walk out of the bar and go on their merry way.
Flag irishwings February 18, 2009 5:03 AM EST
A priest,a rabbi and a minister walk into a bar and the minister turns to the priest and says,"When you talked about getting candles for the church,father,you never mentioned anything about stealing them off of bar tables!"
Flag maplewood February 18, 2009 1:31 PM EST
A priest, a rabbi, and a minister walked into a bar...

...a deacon, following closely behind, ducked.

Moral: deacons are usually more aware of the world around us.

Flag dailyprayer February 19, 2009 3:07 AM EST
A priest, a rabbi and a minister walk into a bar. The priest asked, "How'd you get hair", the rabbi said the bus. The rabbi asked the priest,"how'd you get hair, the priest said I drove. They turned and asked the minister, hey, how'd you get hair, and the minister said I walked.

Get it the minister is bald.
Flag sad angel February 19, 2009 6:38 AM EST
A pastor of a small country church dies and goes to heaven. God says I know you did what you could to many in your small congragation, here is your reward. God presents the pastor with a large mansion and a chauffered limosine. The pastor feels very grateful and goes to enjoy his reward. He comes across a caullege of his from a large inner city church, driving a cadilac and finds he was given a nice three bedroom home. He then sees the former head of his church crash his motorcycle into the driveway of his log cabin and he is laughing. The pastor inquires as to what he finds so funny about crashing his only form of transpotation. He replies I just saw the pope riding a bike and carrying a tent.
Flag Fodaoson February 19, 2009 10:57 AM EST
A recently found ancient fragment of the New Testament sheds light on a miraculous event.   Peter, Andrew  and John were in  a boat during  wind storm.  They saw Jesus walking on the water toward them, and John  jumped out ofteh  boat onto the water and immediately sank  and had to swim back to the boat.  Peter Asked Andrew “What do think about what just happened?” Andrew replied.”  John can swim but Jesus can’t.”
Flag godsweirson February 19, 2009 3:21 PM EST
Do you know what Mahatma Ghandi and Mary Poppins have in common?
Ghandi walked every where he went, which produced enormous callouses on his feet. He ate vey little, so he was a very fragile man. Also, his strange diet 'caused him to suffer from bad breathe.
So Ghandi could be described as a super calloused fragile mystic hexed by hallitosis.
Flag Rosie23 March 8, 2010 8:53 AM EST

#'s 3-5-6-8-9-10 are great jokes   # 7 has got to go,thumbs down !!

Flag teilhard May 5, 2010 6:27 PM EDT

Paddy and Mike were workin' on Street Repairs just across from an infamous Bar that was well-known to be in REALITY a BROTHEL ...

As they toiled, they noticed The Local Rabbi furtively ducking into the Front Door. They shook their heads knowing full well what THAT was about ...

Shortly later The Local Methodist Minister also sneaked into The Establishment ... More head-shaking and eyes-rolling in disappointment ...

Just before Noon, Fr. Flanagan quickly entered The Place of Ill Repute ... Mike commented to Paddy, "Must be somebody inside sick and called for a Priest ... !!!"

Flag llacey03 May 31, 2010 10:38 PM EDT

mary poppins variant

a faith healer in los angeles claimed he could diagnose

                                        just by smelling a person's breath

his office sign read


Flag HORACIO June 8, 2010 1:35 PM EDT

On  President  Bush's  last  day  in  office,  Rabbi  Enoch  took  him  out  to  lunch  at  a  reputable  Jewish  restaurant.    The  Rabbi  asked  the  President  what  his  favourite  Jewish  food was.....but  the  President  quickly  asked  the  Rabbi  to  recommend  a  tasty Jewish  dish  instead.

Rabbi  Enoch  suggested  MATZA  BALL  SOUP.    The  President  agreed  to  try  this  dish based  on  the  Rabbi's  recommendation.

President  Bush  enjoyed  the  dish  and  asked  for  a  second  and  third  helping  which he  enjoyed  even  more.

At  the  end  of  the  meal,  the  President  questioningly  asked  the  Rabbi,  "What  do  you  guys  do  with  the  rest  of  the  Matza?"

Flag Fielder July 30, 2011 2:56 AM EDT

The Priest and Rabbi were helping the minister cleanup after the church wedding in the little town. The minister swept the floor with a wide push broom in no time at all. The priest quickly cleaned off the refreshment table. The Rabbi struggled with a heavy ladder and barely managed to gather up all the balloons from off the ceiling.

Thanks for your usual help said the minister. "No problem, said the Priest, in a small town the normal barriers are all relaxed among the clergy so we can help each other out". "Couldn't hurt anywhere", said the tired Rabbi.

The minister and Priest put the trash in the barrel, while the Rabbi kept the balloons and headed out the door. "Say, how to you manage to dispose of those things every wedding', asked the Minister? "The environmental agency takes them because helium is such a hazard, said the Rabbi, oi, a whole eight blocks I have to drive". "I thought you had to pay by the weight to dump over there, asked the Priest"?  "Yes, said the Rabbi ducking out the door, I'm making a fortune!"


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