Take 2 with Jerry & Debbie

Tell us Your Favorite Clean Joke


Laughter is a huge part of living. We read in John 11:35 that “Jesus wept.” Being fully human (as well as fully divine), we have to assume that he also laughed. On Thursday, join the show and let us hear your favorite clean joke, so we can all have a laugh in these challenging times in which we’re living. 833-288-3986

3 thoughts on “Tell us Your Favorite Clean Joke

  1. A Priest after mass asked the question, “How many of you have forgiven your enemy”?
    10% raised their hands. Then the Priest asked again, “How many have forgiven their enemy”? People looked at their watches and it was 10 minutes after 12:00 and were hungry so this time 80% raised their hands. So the Priest asked again and this time everyone raised their hands but one little old lady. So the Priest asked her to come up here and tell us why she didn’t. So she walked up front, cleared her throat, and said: “I out lived the old hag”!


  2. A Kindergarten teacher was observing her classroom as the children drew pictures. The teacher would occasionally walk around and see each child’s artwork. As she approached one little girl who was working especially hard, she asked what the drawing was.
    The little girl told her: “I’m drawing God!”
    “But sweety,” the teacher replied, “no one knows what God looks like.”
    Automatically, the little girl continued drawing and said: “Well, they certainly will in a minute!”


  3. Which servant of God was the worst lawbreaker in the Bible? … Moses. He broke all 10 commandments at once.

    At what time of day was Adam created?… A little before Eve.

    Which Bible character had no parents?… Joshua, son of Nun.


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