Great Signs, Cont.

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4 Responses to Great Signs, Cont.

  1. Jimmy T says:

    I’m sure there is a sermon somewhere in this story…

    At an expensive restaurant, a man sees a woman sitting alone at the next table. Suddenly, she sneezes, and a glass eye comes flying out of her eye socket. It hurls by the man, and he snatches it from the air and hands it back to her. “This is so embarrassing,” the woman says, and she pops her eye back in place. “I’m sorry to have disturbed you. Let me buy dinner to make it up to you. May I join you?” He nods. The woman is an amazing conversationalist, obviously intelligent and easy on the eyes, and the man discovers they have a lot in common. He gets her phone number and asks, “You are the most charming woman I’ve ever encountered. Are you this nice to every guy you meet?” “No,” she replies nonchalantly. “You just happened to catch my eye.”

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  2. Richard Portman says:

    No, thanks. I’ve been resisting those sermons for decades. But you get a star for humor.

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  3. pagan in repose says:

    It’s always an “Army” with those folks, they don’t seem to recognize peace and love for all they espouse about religion and such. They never really have had any sense of humor, and they certainly have killed satire and irony outright, without ever realizing they did it. They still apparently, for it is hard to tell, to be funny. They aren’t and never have been as far as I can tell, funny.
    I raise your Salvation Army signage with any comedian who was moderately funny before they turned conservative, and their so called new conservative humor after. Checkmate.

    What was that, you might ask. Well, don’t mind me, I’m just enjoying the July heat dome over the northwest. Just basking in my coconut oil drenched old body getting all crispy and warm for that summer glow that is about to start.

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