Saturday, January 28, 2017

Quaker Corny Humor #15: A Theist, Washington Mall Vigil, and More

In the midst of the weightiness of this current crisis and many conflicts, let's take
a combined;-) break and laugh a little, cough up some corn kernels.

In the old days, Friends used thee's and thou's when talking and writing. Imagine what this would lead to when and old Friend talks to a new Atheist online:

Quaker: "Knock, knock."

Atheist: "Who's there?"

Quaker: "Theist."

Atheist: "What?! Theist who? Who gives a 'dam'?"

Quaker: "Thee ist a friend, despite your use of that beaver construction word."

Why did 80% of Evangelical Christians (white) strongly support,
promote, and vote for Donald Trump for president?

Because they read in their inerrant Scriptures
that it declares in 1 Thessalonians 4:16--
"For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven
with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the Trump of God..."

After the very discouraging U.S. Presidential Election results,
a number of D.C. Quakers held a silent vigil down by the Washington Mall.
The men and women were silently meditating for world peace,
compassion, and equality.

Some tourists walked by and one said, "Look at those religious fanatics!

One Quaker responded with a light smile, "But seeking the Light is Oat so simple. Not simplistic, but spontaneous and open to what is good."

Baffled, the visitor walked on, muttering, "Why did that guy say, "Oat?"


What does an infant kitten say to his daddy tomcat who is an artist?


In the Lighten-UP,

Daniel Wilcox

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