Since today is International Joke Day, I thought it would be fun to post a few religious cartoons sure to make you laugh.  Enjoy.




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  1. hatrack4 says:

    Excellent. Thanks for the laughs.

    A German friend told me a good one. It seems Ben Williams saved up enough money to go to Italy for a vacation. In the morning, of his first day there, he went to breakfast early. There was a little Italian man there, only other person that early for breakfast. The Italian stood, bowed, and said, “Bon Appetito.” Ben had no clue what that meant, so he bowed and said, “Ben Williams.” The next day the same thing. Ben got confused and asked the hotel manager. The manager explained that he was wishing him to have a good appetite. The next day, Ben got there and bowed before the Italian could stand. He said, “Bon Appetito.” The Italian rose, bowed, and said, “Ben Williams.”

    Every time my wife is in a playful mood, she’ll say “Bon Appetito” right after we’ve said the blessing. I reply, “Ben Williams.” I guess it was 40 years ago when our friend told us the joke, but it is “International”.

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