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Truth in Lenting


An Irishman came into a bar one day and ordered three beers. He slowly drank them one after another, and went home. The next day, and the next, he did the same, until he was a recognized fixture at the bar. After a few weeks of this, somebody finally had the nerve to ask why he ordered three beers at a time, since the last one must have been quite flat when he got around to it.

“It’s for my two brothers who left for America,” he explained. “We agreed to always drink a beer for each other as long as we were alive.”

Then the night came when he ordered only two beers, and the entire bar fell silent. When he was finished, as he was about to leave, the bartender finally expressed his sympathy for the dead brother.

“What? Dead brother? No, no, my two brothers are alive and well, I assure you. It’s just that I’ve given up beer for Lent.”



Posted 2019·03·08 by David Kjos
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