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A Visit

The doorbell rang, and the elderly gentleman, whose house this was, went to the front door and opened it.

Standing there was a couple – a middle aged woman and a younger man.  The woman was clutching a bundle of pamphlets and magazines.

“We’d like to interest you in ‘missionary work'”, said the young man.

“Who exactly are you?” asked the homeowner.

“We’re Jehovah’s Witnesses” replied the woman.

“Oh, do come in!” said the old man, “I’m fascinated with religion in all its denominations and faiths”

So they entered the house, and were invited to take a seat at the kitchen table – they accepted.

“I’m just mixing myself a Bloody Mary. Would you like one too?”

Horrified, yet politely, they declined. “A glass of water instead, please?” they asked, “If that’s OK”

“Certainly! Two glasses of Adam’s Ale coming up”

Then he added, “This is lovely; I’m so happy to see you both. Now, what is it that you want to share with me”

Silence…..then – the woman stutters, “I don’t know! We’ve never got beyond the front door before!”

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“I have a husband”

Man Gets Jehovah’s Witnesses To Leave By Stating, ‘I Have A Husband’

James NicholsThe Huffington PostNov 19, 2013
When YouTube user hitmn92 had two Jehovah’s Witnesses show up at his front door bearing copies of The New World Translation, he knew exactly how to (politely) make them leave him alone.

When the pair probed him with a question about his wife, the homeowner offered a simple and amazing response: “I don’t have a wife — I have a husband. I’m gay.”

After a moment of uncomfortable laughter, the two Jehovah’s Witnesses make their exit.

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November 20, 2013 · 00:22

Jehovah’s Witnesses

Jehovah's Witnesses

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June 15, 2013 · 16:54

Are you shitting comfortably?

Are you shitting comfortably?

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June 11, 2013 · 08:09

a tour of heaven

A man died and went to the hereafter.

Saint Peter met him at the pearly gates and gave  him a tour of heaven.
“In this room you can see all your loved ones who passed away before you.” stated Saint Peter.
” This room is the Lords library.” said Peter “In here you will find every great novel ever written by all the greatest authors.”
“This is the kitchen, in here you can feast on everything your heart desires.” he remarked.
“The next room is our gym. Here you can excel in any sport you wish to play.” Saint Peter said.
Then quietly sneaking by the next room Peter whispers, “Be very quiet when you pass by this room.”
“Why’s that?” asked the new arrival, “Are the angels sleeping in there?”
“No.” replied Saint Peter, “In this room are the Wee Frees, and they think they are the only ones here.”
I heard this originally as this:
A man dies and goes to heaven. At the gates, St. Peter offers him a tour on his way to his quarters. St. Peter takes the man down a beautiful road paved with gold bricks.
They pass a beautiful, tall, Cathedral-like building. It’s huge, with stained glass windows and angels carved into the stonework. People are quietly filing into the front door as music from a beautiful pipe organ emanates from within.”Wow!” exclaims the man. “What a beautiful building! Who are those people?””Them? Those are all the Catholics. They’re getting ready to have high mass.” St. Peter replies.

“Oh.” says the man, as they continue walking down the street.

Next they approach a large grassy area with a modest red brick building that has a tall white steeple at the top. There are huge tables all over the lawn covered with dishes of  salad, fried chicken wings, and every casserole imaginable. People are eating to their heart’s content and laughing, talking and socializing as their children run around playing in the grass.

“St. Peter, who are all those people?” the man asks.

“Oh those people? Those are the Methodists. They’re having another one of their picnics or something.” The man nods in understanding.

They then hear unaccompanied psalm singing coming from a plain-looking, no frills building

“Ah, the Wee Frees,” says the man and Peter nods his head in agreement.

A school next – no children but the raucous noise of drums, guitars and keyboards and cries of “Hallujah! Praise the Lord! Amen!”

Peter explains that this is an Pentecostal group who hire this building for worship.

They then look through the door of an ordinary looking church building with pealing paint, crumbling stonework, a leaking roof, no heating and half a dozen old ladies (some of whom have dozed off) – yes, The Church of Scotland!

Soon St. Peter and the man start walking into and area with lots of trees. It looks like their nearing the woods. As they walk deeper into the trees, the man notices a clearing into the distance. There’s a small village of stone buildings, streams of white smoke puffing from the chimney tops, and beautiful flower and vegetable gardens around the homes. People are quietly milling around and talking.

“St. Peter, who are those people?” the man asks.

“Shhh!” shushes St. Peter with his finger to his mouth. “Those are the Jehovah’s Witnesses. They think they’re the only ones up here.”

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