Friday, July 13, 2012

Kids - Part II

"The Seventh Commandment is, 'Thou shalt not admit adultery.'"

"Moses died before he ever reached Canada."

"Joshua led the Hebrews in the battle of Geritol."

"The greatest miracle in the Bible is when Joshua told his son to stand still, and he obeyed him."

"David was a Hebrew king skilled at playing the liar."

"David fought with the Philatelists, a race of people who lived in Biblical times."

"Solomon, one of David's sons, had 300 wives and 700 porcupines."

"The people who followed the Lord were called the 12 decibels."

"The epistles were the wives of the apostles."

"St. Paul cavorted to Christianity."

"Paul preached holy acrimony, which is another name for marriage."

"In some religions a man can have many wives, and this is called polygamy. In our religion a man can have one wife, and this is called monotony."

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18 comments:

  1. They just keep getting funnier and funnier! Kids do say the darndest things...and get it about right.

    Big hugs, honey...

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  2. When one is stuck in monotony it's best to follow the 7th commandment and admit nothing :)

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  3. these are really cute!

    smiles, bee
    xoooxoxxo

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  4. 700 porcupines. Yikes. They are all really funny. Thanks for the great laugh. Hope everyone is doing all right. Take care.

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  5. I'm still sore from the 700 porcupines.

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  6. What's worse, 300 wives or 700 porcupines. You're stuck either way. Hilarious post today, a laugh is just what I needed. Have a great weekend.

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  7. Sometimes Holy Acrimony is a good descriptor

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  8. I almsot snorted my beverage from my nose on s couple of those. Too funny! Thanks fr starting me off with a good laugh today. Enjoy your weekend!

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  9. Some girls are like Porcupines, nice to look at, but too prickly to be around.

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  10. All are amusing, but #12 really made me laugh.

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  11. The 700 porcupines almost killed me. The monotony did me in! Love this!

    Have a lovely day, Sandee! Big hugs xoxo

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  12. Actually, I prefer "Monotony". Just sayin'.

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  13. That first one is so funny!

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  14. I think I'm a bit familiar with that Battle of Geritol!

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  15. "Holy acrimony" is a good description for many marriages.

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  16. They have an idea what these incidents mean but they try relate them to what they already have learned.

    Second grader in Mrs. Jim's class once asked a visiting retired minister guest if he had ever been stoned. He knew the Stephen story real good.
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  17. LOL! The kids certainly have a funny spin on these matters Sandee!

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