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Book details
  • Genre:HUMOR
  • SubGenre:Form / Jokes & Riddles
  • Language:English
  • Pages:198
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781543938623
  • Paperback ISBN:9781543938616

The Funny Book

Good Jokes and Puns

by Kendric C. Smith

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Overview
Good jokes and puns A Baptist minister and a Unitarian minister were flying to a multi-faith convention. The Unitarian was very nervous and confided to the Baptist that this was the first time he had ever flown and was very scared. The Baptist said that there was nothing to it — "Just sit next to me and I will help you." The Baptist showed him how to put on his seat belt and adjust the air vents. Once in the air, a very pretty flight attendant came by with a tray of drinks. "Cocktails?" she asked. The Unitarian lifted one off the tray and said, "Thank you." The Baptist had just delivered a fiery sermon on the evils of alcohol that morning. He looked at the flight attendant and said, "Young lady, I would rather commit fornication than touch alcohol to my lips." Shocked, the Unitarian placed his drink back on the tray and said, "I believe I would too, I didn't know we had that choice."
Description
A Baptist minister and a Unitarian minister were flying to a multi-faith convention. The Unitarian was very nervous and confided to the Baptist that this was the first time he had ever flown and was very scared. The Baptist said that there was nothing to it — "Just sit next to me and I will help you." The Baptist showed him how to put on his seat belt and adjust the air vents. Once in the air, a very pretty flight attendant came by with a tray of drinks. "Cocktails?" she asked. The Unitarian lifted one off the tray and said, "Thank you." The Baptist had just delivered a fiery sermon on the evils of alcohol that morning. He looked at the flight attendant and said, "Young lady, I would rather commit fornication than touch alcohol to my lips." Shocked, the Unitarian placed his drink back on the tray and said, "I believe I would too, I didn't know we had that choice."
About the author
About The Author I got involved with jokes and puns on a bird-watching trip to Alaska. The guide was a punster, and frequently made us groan with his puns. We tried to think up puns to compete with him, but we failed. After more than 20 years, I am still in contact with our guide, and we still exchange jokes and puns. I also have other friends that send jokes to me. I send out a page of jokes each week (Sunday Funnies) to a group of friends, and they are read at Happy Hour on Monday at the retirement community where I now live. Kendric C. Smith Ph.D., is an Emeritus Professor of Radiation Oncology (Radiation Biology) at the Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA.
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