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Re: O/T more humour
Posted by: Leipziger
Date: 04/04/2020 21:13
Very good Lechef! One non-coronavirus joke:

A theology PHD student starts his research in the obvious place - the Sistine Chapel in the Vatican. There he notices a payphone, with a poster beside it reading "Phone to Heaven - 10 per minute".

His next destination is the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio. Not many people know that it also has such a payphone, but the student found it, with a poster reading "Phone to Heaven - 65 real per minute".

A week later, the student finds himself in St Patrick's Cathedral in New York City. After conducting his research, he spots yet another payphone by the pulpit. The poster reads "Phone to Heaven - $10 per minute".

Getting back home to London, the student spends Saturday afternoon researching in St Paul's Cathedral. By the side of the church, there's a payphone with a poster reading "Phone to Heaven - 10 per minute".

Sometime in the future, our guy decides he fancies a weekend on the hoy in Newcastle. Still enjoying visiting churches, he nips into Newcastle Cathedral on his way to the Bigg Market. Sure enough, man finds a payphone, but is surprised to see the poster beside it reads "Phone to Heaven - 5p per minute". He finds the vicar and asks why the price is so cheap. The vicar winks and says "Round here it's a local call!"

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