Oh, God!

JOKE OF THE WEEK, 25 Dec 2017

Dietrich Fischer – TRANSCEND Media Service

A very good hearted young man came to the gates of heaven.  He asked God, “Why have you brought me here so early? I was still in perfect health and wanted to do many more good deeds.”

God had mercy and told him, “I will send you back on earth for another thirty years.”

When he came back from heaven, everyone wanted to see him to know whether God really existed.

He was invited to Burma and Aung San Suu Kyi asked him, “Does God really exist?” He said yes.  She said, “Too bad. I will give you a million Kyat if you don’t tell anyone.”

Then he was invited by the Pope.  In a private audience with nobody else present, the Pope asked, “Please tell me, does God exist?”

He said no.  The Pope offered him  € 1 million in return for not telling anyone else.

He was also invited by Trump, who said, “I really don’t care whether God exists or not, just tell me the truth and how he looks like; I give you 1 million dollars.”

He said, “I have personally met God who sends you greetings; she is black.”


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