The Sisters of St. Francis. An Afternooner

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A man is driving down a deserted stretch of highway when he notices a sign
out of the corner of his eye….It reads:

He thinks this is a figment of his imagination and drives on without a second thought….
Soon he sees another sign which reads:

Suddenly he begins to realize that these signs are for real and drives past a third sign saying:

His curiosity gets the best of him and he pulls into the drive. On the far side of the parking lot is a stone building with a small sign next to the door reading:
He climbs the steps and rings the bell. The door is answered by a nun in a long black habit who asks, ‘What may we do for you my son? ‘
He answers, ‘I saw your signs along the highway and was interested in possibly doing business….’
‘Very well my son. Please follow me.’ He is led through many winding passages and is soon quite disoriented. The nun stops at a closed door and tells the man, ‘Please knock on this door.’
He does so and another nun in a long habit, holding a tin cup answers the door… This nun instructs, ‘Please place $100 in the cup then go through the large wooden door at the end of the hallway.’
He puts $100 in the sister’s donation box then eagerly trots down the hall and slips through the door pulling it shut behind him.

~Steve~                                       H/T  I- Man

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0 responses to “The Sisters of St. Francis. An Afternooner

  1. Reblogged this on A Robin Hood's Musing and commented:
    Just a good laugh…Franciscans using the wealthy to bless the poor 800 years and counting 🙂

  2. LOL – Okay, now I have Coca-Cola all over my keyboard.
    Dayem, that was funny. 😀

    • Grouchy,
      Well, at least what is mixed in with the Coke isn’t sticky.
      LOL – And no, I am not referring to the ice. 😉

  3. Funny stuff!

  4. Thats a good one…

  5. Great one!

  6. Loved it…

  7. Well, at least he never got into the habit!


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