Pagan joke


Hi all. It’s me again and well if you read my threads you can tell I’m pretty serious but I figure that I’ll show some humor also so heres some pagan jokes

How many Pagans does it take to change a lightbulb?
Six. One to change it, and five to sit around complaining that lightbulbs never burned out before those lousey Christains came along.

As part of an Interfaith community project, A right wing Christian priest, a rabbi,
and a Pagan priestess decided that in order to improve relations in the
community, they will go on a fishing trip together on a local pond.
They’re out in the boat, and the Pagan priestess excuses herself to go to the
bathroom back on the shore. She gets out, walks across the water back to shore,
and then walks back across the water to the boat.

The Christian priest looks in amazement, crosses himself, and they
continue fishing. It comes on about noon time, and the rabbi realizes they
left their lunches back on shore. So he gets up, walks across the water to
the shore, retrieves the lunches, and walks back across the water to the boat.

The Christian priest, now completely amazed, and a little bit
righteous, thinks, “not to be outdone by two heathens, I can do that
too!!” So he gets up, excuses himself to go to the bathroom, takes a
step out of the boat and promptly sinks to the bottom.

While he’s flailing around in the water, the rabbi looks at the priestess
and says, “Do you think we should have told him about the rocks?”

The Pagan priestess replies, “What rocks?”


LOL…I saw a bumper sticker the other day that made me laugh…it had pentagrams on each side of it and in the middle it said…“When the rapture happens, we’ll finally have the Earth to ourselves!”

I thought it was funny.


They can have the Earth, will be in Paradise,so the jokes on them.:smiley:


My favorite pagan joke is from Homer Simpson when, in one episode, he said, “God bless those pagans.” :smiley:

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