Friday, December 14, 2007

what's the question?


Ok, the number of people who like this "Jesus" guy is getting out of hand. What ever happened to regular, quotation-marks free Jesus? A suggestion from submitter Ashley: "I'm guessing 'Jesus' is the answer because you would say that if asked the right question?"

12 comments:

Alex said...

Maybe it's just a regular guy named Jesus who has a business. So the question could be "who should I call for pest control?" and the answer is "Jesus," which is in quotes because it's not referring to the Jesus.

Francois Tremblay said...

The question, of course, is "what's the name of my gardener"?

Stu said...

Maybe he hosts a ridiculously easy Bible-themed Triva Pub Quiz?

Anonymous said...

How is no one noticing that "Jesus" is for real men?

chip g said...

There's a joke that "Jesus" is always the answer to questions in Sunday School. When in doubt, say "Jesus."

A group of kids was asked in Sunday School what's grey and furry, runs lives in trees and eats acorns. A bold one hesitated, then said "I almost want to say a squirrel, but I guess I'd better say 'Jesus.'"

omnichad said...

Suppose it said "42" is the answer. What *would* the question be??

Jeff said...

Let me tell you, I know Jesus, and boy, you'd better be a real man!

Anonymous said...

um, what name is called out during extreme pain and pleasure?

Shelley said...

What's 7x6? Well, I guess that would be plain old 42, without quotes.

"42" is the answer.

How many times have I told you kids to keep out of my yard?

Anonymous said...

not those fakey-fake pretend men.

Michael said...

"Jesus" is for real men. All others must use a euphemism.

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