Sunday funnies

A Scotsman who was planning a trip to the Holy Land was aghast when he learned that it would cost sixty dollars an hour to rent a boat on the Sea of Galilee.

“In Scotland it wouldn’t have been more than twenty,” said the Scotsman.

“Yes,” said the travel agent, “but remember, the Sea of Galilee is water on which Jesus himself walked.”

The Scotsman said, “Well, at sixty dollars an hour for a boat, it’s no wonder he walked.”

13 Responses to Sunday funnies

  1. Nancy says:

    Reblogged this on "OUR WORLD".

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  2. Abigail says:

    It’s incredible what value an everyday place or object can have just because of who owned it. This reminds me of the BBC Sherlock episode “The Blind Banker.” (Do you know/watch that show?) In it, Sherlock and Watson find a pin worth 9 million pounds. When Watson asked how it could cost so much, Sherlock replied, “Depends who owned it.”

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    • Yep, that’s kind of the way it works. 🙂 (I’ve never watched Sherlock; should I?)

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      • Abigail says:

        I personally love the show. The dynamic between Sherlock and John Watson and their relationships with other characters is hilarious, and no other show I’ve watched rivals the cleverness of the conflicts and solutions. Each episode is movie length, complex, and connected to the others.

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  3. Now that is funny 😀

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