I know that Father's Day must be a very confusing day for Jesus, so I openly asked, "Which dad would Jesus buy a Father's Day present for?" An old woman thought it was a cute question, so she said with a smile, "I guess he would need to buy two presents! One for God and one for Joseph." "Yeah right," I said "Like the King of the JEWS is going to spend his money on TWO presents."

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Comment by Jared Lardo on June 19, 2011 at 10:48am
:D Oooooooh! That made me mime laughter.
Comment by amanda alexander on June 19, 2011 at 10:16am
That was.... wrong on so many levels. BUT that was really funny. And why were you in church? Why even bother? I go to the cult churches to troll irl but I never just go to a church... It feels wrong (too many old people and too much smell of death). Also I think he would buy no presents because he is his own father. Remember Jesus is god so why would he buy himself a present?

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