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Joke of the day


Youth Team
Nov 11, 2003
A man enters a confessional and says to the Irish Priest,
"Father, it has been one month since my last confession.
I've had sex with Fannie Green every week for the last month."
The priest tells the sinner, "You are forgiven. Go out and say 3 Hail Mary's."

Soon, another man enters the confessional. "Father, it has been
two months since my last confession. I have had sex with Fannie Green twice a
week for the last two months."
This time the priest asks, "Who is this 'Fannie Green?'"
"A new woman in the neighbourhood," the sinner replies.
"Very well," says the priest. "Go and say 10 Hail Mary's."

The next morning in church, the priest is preparing to deliver his
sermon when a gorgeous, tall woman enters the church. All the men's eyes
fall upon her as she slowly sashays up the aisle and sits down in front of
the Altar. Her dress is green and very short, with matching shiny emerald green shoes.
The priest and altar boy gasp as the woman sits down with her
legs slightly spread apart, Sharon Stone-style. The priest turns to
the altar boy and asks, "Is that Fannie Green?"
The altar boy replies, "No Father, I think it's just the reflection off her shoes."