The Donation

After answering the phone, Father Murphy was surprised to learn he was speaking with an IRS tax auditor.

“This is a church, and we are exempt from paying taxes,” the priest remarked.

“We are not interested your church,” explained the auditor. “One of your parishioners, Harold Bixby, indicated that he gave a $15,000 donation to the church last year. Can you verify if this is the truth?”

The priest smiled and said, “The check hasn’t arrived yet, but I’m sure I’ll have it when I remind dear Harold.”

The Old Truck Driver

An old truck driver was eating at a truck stop when three large bikers walked in.

The first biker pushed his cigarette into the old man’s pie and then took a seat at the counter.

The second spit in the old man’s coffee and took a seat at the counter.

The third turned over the old man’s plate and took a seat at the counter.

Without a muttering word, the old man got up from his seat and quietly left the diner.

One of the bikers remarked to the waitress, “Not much of a man, was he!”

The waitress replied, “Not much of a truck driver either. He just drove his semi over your motorcycles!”

Got Fired

Fred noticed his neighbor, Justin, had not been going in to work and decided to mention it to him.

“I got fired,” Justin stated matter-of-factly.

“Fired?” remarked Fred, “Why did they fire you?”

Justin explained, “You know how the boss always stands around watching people but never doing anything?”

Fred chuckled, “Yeah, I know. Did you say something about it, and it pissed him off?”

“Well no,” sighed Justin. “People around the shop started thinking I was the boss.”


While waiting in the reception area of her new dentist, Mary noticed the doctor’s full name. She suddenly realized it was the same name as a boy she went to high school with over 20 years ago.

Of course all those years had taken their toll, because the young boy was now a middle aged man who no longer resembled his younger self.

After the exam, Mary asked him which high school he attended and the year he graduated. He told her and she exclaimed, “I knew it! You were in my class!”

He looked closely at Mary before asking, “What did you teach?”