The Lawyer and the Meenister

A clergyman and a lawyer were in car accident and showed up at the pearly gates together.

St. Peter greets them at the pearly gates and takes them to the homeswhere they will spend all of eternity. They get into St. Peter’s holy vehicle and head on down a gold road, which turns into a platinum road, which turns onto an even grander road paved with diamonds, to a huge mansion where St. Peter turns to the lawyer and says, here is your home for the rest of eternity, enjoy! And if there is anything you need, just let me know.

Then St. Peter took the minister to his home, back down the diamond studded boulevard, down the platinum highway, down the street of gold, down an avenue of silver, along a stone alley and down an unpaved footpath to a shack.

St Peter says “Here you go” and goes to leave when the minister says “Wait a minute!, how come the lawyer gets the big mansion and I get this shack?”

St. Peter says: “Well, clergy are a dime a dozen here, we have never had a lawyer before.”

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