The Meaning of Easter
A priest had been reassigned to a new
church and wanted to see how seriously the attendees take Easter.
He approached one person and asks the
meaning of Easter. She replies that Easter is when a giant bunny brings candy
Okay, how about another? So, the priest
asks someone else. He says Easter is when all the children color eggs and the
adults hide the Easter eggs and let the children participate in an egg hunt.
Okay, another. So, the priest finds a
conservative looking person praying quietly and he hopes she appreciates the
meaning of Easter. She describes how Jesus carried the cross and then was
crucified and then his body was put in a cave with a rock at the entrance.
“Good so far,” thought the
priest, but then the lady continued.
“Then on Easter Sunday, the boulder
magically rolled away from the cave, Jesus was resurrected and stepped out of
the cave and saw his shadow. He then knew there would be six more weeks of
Anni stormed up to the front desk of the library and said,
“I have a complaint!”
“I borrowed a book last week and it was horrible!”
“What was wrong with it?
“It had way too many characters and there was no plot
The librarian nodded and said, “Ahh. So you must be the
person who took our phone book.”
The auto auction I
attended was selling cars to benefit charity. Vehicles were classified as
either “Running” or “No Start.”
On the block was a
No Starter. It had a shattered windshield, two missing tires, a sagging front
bumper, a cockeyed grille, a hood that was sprung up at an angle, and dings and
dents all over the body.
Before he started the bidding, the auctioneer announced the
car’s year, make and model, and then read the owner’s comments: “Please
note – the radio does not work.”