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Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by bIG bLOGGER on 5 February 2009 4:10pm
 
In England,we seem to have a plethora of gay comics at the moment:Graham Norton,Jimmy Carr,Boy George,Alan Carr,the list goes on....

Lounge Comedian said :"And what about gays? I think they're doing it all wrong..."

---Well,hell,OF COURSE they are!! ..THAT's not the way to have sex!!

uPRIGHT bLOGGER. :)
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by bIG bLOGGER on 5 February 2009 4:14pm
 
Here's a joke which should offend no one,but may scare the living daylights out of you:

"..Ladiess and,err,Gentlemen;thisss isss youre (hic!)Capt'n sschpeaking,errr,---peese fasten up your safety sheets,ass we prepare the place for sshtake-up;err,--oh Lordy,ordy,ordy--I thinkss I musht be PISSED!!!.."

NEWS STORY: Aleksandr Cheplevsky sparked real panic aboard Aeroflot Flight 315 when he began to speak in garbled English,before a flight from Moscow to New York. This convinced many passengers aboard that the Captain was drunk.Fear then turned to revolt,passengers complained to crew members,who in turn threatened to expel any of them from the Boeing 767 jet if they refused to "stop making trouble.." Then, Aeroflot ground staff came on board to try to calm down the agitated 300 passengers. One even sought to reassure them,by saying:"Hey,you guys,it's not such a big deal,is it,if the pilot is drunk,because the plane practically flies itself.." (--OH,YES,I THINK IT IS!!!)
Their concern was magnified when Mr.Cheplevsky refused to leave the cockpit to show the passengers he was sober.Eventually he was coaxed out,and appeared very unsteady with bloodshot eyes.
Finally, the airline Aeroflot relented and fresh pilots were summoned and after a considerable delay,the plane took off for New York. ( -- WHHHOSH!!That was a close call!)
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by Lounge Trekker on 5 February 2009 5:15pm
 
bOON dOGGLER's got his talkin' gloves on this morning!

Avid Lounger
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by mrsthing on 5 February 2009 10:55pm
 
"..THAT's not the way to have sex!!
uPRIGHT bLOGGER. :)"

So...you do it standing up, bIG? ;-)


Sorry folks, couldn't resist.
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by bIG bLOGGER on 8 February 2009 3:21pm
 
--Yes,60 feet up,whilst holding on to a trapeze...

aTHLETIC bLOGGER

BTW:On the subject of those atheistic/humanist messages on British bendy-buses saying: "There probably is no God so stop worrying and enjoy your life..",I hear that (THE GUARDIAN:Saturday,February 07,2009, Page 1) there has been formed a coalition of Christian groups,who have decided to pay for alternative messages to appear on other British bendy-buses,which will read:-- "There IS a God,so enjoy your life to the full.."

That got me wondering what the bendy-bus message might read if some of those fire-breathing Pentecostal black churches in America decided to adopt a similar strategy?

...any ideas,you politically-correct palinite worshippers??
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by Lounge Trekker on 8 February 2009 8:23pm
 
How about..."There IS a God, so come forth with your right hand on the Bible and your left hand in your wallet!"

Lounge Prelate
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by mrsthing on 9 February 2009 12:01am
 
It's the white evangelicals that breathe fire. The black pentacostals are okay. That Reverend Wright guy is just a nut job.

The evangelicals would say, "There IS a God, but more importantly, there is a HELL, and you'd BETTER believe if you know what's good for you!"

The Pentacostals would say, "Yes, JE-sus, praise the Lord, Hallelujah, God is real!"
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by bIG bLOGGER on 9 February 2009 4:51pm
 
Thanks,judy,for putting me right on the essential difference between the white and black Pentecostal churches.
Barack Obama had to dis-associate himself from the pastor of his Chicago church because of some non-politically-correct remarks he made. I strongly disapprove of preachers trying to threaten and scare folks.

I was thinking along these lines:--
"Hey! Listen up now and chill,all you doubt-consumed,devil-worshippin' dumbass dudes!
Now,y'know,there IS a Big Daddy,so right now get out your bibles,get offa your butts,get real,and believe on Him,you sad and sorry solemn-faced misbegotten m*therf*****s!..."

Note:I doubt whether you would hear that kinda language in a church,because it's not exactly theologically-correct,but maybe if a preacher went into the black ghettoes of the big cities to make converts,he might try speaking their language to get them onside??
 
Re: The politically correct, or in good taste to everyone, joke thread by mrsthing on 10 February 2009 6:13pm
 
Pentecostals in general are okay. A bit loony, perhaps, but they don't tend to be judgmental. The mean-spirited ones tend to be the conservative evangelicals: Assembly of God, any number of independent churches, Evangelical Free, etc. At least, they are around my part of the world.
 
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