DON’T BLAME MADPRIEST,BLAME THE NAUGHTY NUN

A woman and a man are involved in a horrific collision, but amazingly both escape completely unhurt - though their cars are written off.

As they crawl out of the wreckage, the man sees the woman is blonde and strikingly beautiful. Then the woman turns to the man and gushes breathily: 'That's incredible - both our cars are demolished but we're fine. It must be a sign from God that we are meant to be together!'

Sensing a promise, the man stammers back, 'Oh yes, I agree with you completely!'

The woman goes on, 'And look, though my car was destroyed, this bottle of wine survived intact, too! It must be another sign. Let's drink to our love!'

'Well, OK!' says the man, going with the moment. She offers him the bottle, so he downs half of it and hands it back.

'Your turn,' he says.

'No, thanks,' says the woman, 'I think I'll just wait for the police.'

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DON’T BLAME MADPRIEST,BLAME THE NAUGHTY NUN — 5 Comments

  1. When first I heard this story (in a book called “pass the port”), the protagonists were the then Archbishop of Canterbury and the then Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.