A little boy was sitting in the lunch room with his friend. He unwrapped his sandwich and said, “Peanut butter!”
The next day, with the same little friend, opening his sandwich, he said, “Would you look at that, peanut butter again.” But he got it down.
The third day, “Can you believe it. Three days in a roll, peanut butter again!”
The boy’s little friend said, “Why don’t you tell your mother to stop making those peanut butter sandwiches and fix you something different?”
He said, “Now, don’t you talk about my mother like that. I make these sandwiches myself.”
- You're running out of clean clothes and the robe saves on laundry.
- The church is usually crowded and you want to make sure you always have a seat.
- You've just been selected for jury duty and you want to get use to sitting with a large group of people.
- The collection plate is never passed to the choir.
- There's a clock in the back of the church and you want to know when one hour has passed.
- For years you have wanted to know who sits in the back of the church but were afraid to turn around and look.
- You've been known to nod off during the service and don't want the minister/priest to catch you.
- The chairs for the choir are padded and are the most comfortable chairs in the church.