Wednesday, March 3, 2010

THREE NUNS WERE ATTENDING A YANKEE BASEBALL GAME.

THREE MEN WERE SITTING DIRECTLY BEHIND. BECAUSE THEIR HABITS WERE PARTIALLY BLOCKING THE VIEW, THE MEN DECIDED TO BADGER THE NUNS HOPING THAT THEY'D GET ANNOYED ENOUGH TO MOVE TO ANOTHER AREA..

IN A VERY LOUD VOICE, THE FIRST GUY SAID,

"I THINK I'M GOING TO MOVE TO UTAH. THERE ARE ONLY 100 NUNS LIVING THERE."

THEN THE SECOND GUY SPOKE UP AND SAID, "I WANT TO GO TO MONTANA. THERE ARE ONLY 5O NUNS LIVING THERE."

THE THIRD GUY SAID, "I WANT TO GO TO IDAHO . THERE ARE ONLY 25 NUNS LIVING THERE."

THE MOTHER SUPERIOR TURNED AROUND, LOOKED AT THE MEN, AND IN A VERY SWEET AND CALM VOICE SAID, "WHY DON'T YOU GO TO HELL... THERE AREN'T ANY NUNS THERE!"

I hope it's a happy hump day for everyone!!
Peace and love,
Alannah

5 comments:

Liza said...

LOL! Love it, Alannah! Thanks for the laugh.

Paula R said...

ROFLMAO!!!! Go Nuns! I hope you all have a wonderful day. We have more snow here today. It is not supposed to stay, but who knows.

Liza it is so good to see you.

Peace and love,
Paula R.

Alannah Lynne said...

We have snow here, too!! We were supposed to get 1-2", but the temperatures were warm enough that it wasn't supposed to stick to the roads.

I woke up at 2:30 and it looked like a blizzard out there with huge, WET snow flakes. At 5:45 the phone rang with an automated message telling me that kidlet would get the day off today.

Thank God hubby's off today to help absorb some of his energy!

Glad I could make you guys smile!!

Silver James said...

LOL! That's a good one. Since the first training game was yesterday this shaggy dog story is perfect!

Paula R said...

The snow is pretty much melting here too Alannah!! I am happy for that because now the kids won't be stuck here, as usual for a little bit longer. We have the last day of school before break, and I really don't want any delayed travel plans. I am so excited to have this time to just be a complete nutcase if I want, instead of being the grown up all the time. Have fun with kidlet at home.

Peace and love,
Paula R.