If you enjoy excellent jokes, this one will undoubtedly brighten your day.
It’s tough to adjust to a new community when you don’t speak the language. It’s possible they’re not even speaking a foreign language; it’s just something they’re saying that most people understand.
That was the new priest’s experience in the following joke. They ended up in the proper area, but they could have done a bit more research before diving straight in.
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There was this old priest who was fed up with all the folks in his parish confessing to infidelity.
“If I hear one more person confess to adultery, I’ll quit!” he said from the pulpit one Sunday.
Because everyone liked him, they devised a code phrase. Someone who has committed adultery might describe themselves as having “fallen.”
This seemed to please the elderly priest, and everything seemed to go well until the priest died at an advanced age.
A week after the new priest arrived, he went to meet the mayor and sounded quite anxious.
“You have to do something about the sidewalks in town,” the priest added. When individuals enter the confessional, they start talking about how they have fallen.”
The mayor began to giggle as he realized no one had told the new priest about the code word.
Before the mayor could respond, the priest pointed an accusatory finger at him and said, “I’m not sure what you’re laughing about.” This week, your wife has fallen three times.”