Daily Joke: A Family Gathers around the Table for Dinner
It was time for dinner, and a family was gathered around at the dinner table. However, a young boy had other ideas when it came to saying prayers before the meal.
It is customary for many families to say the Grace before meals, most especially when it is a full family gathering. However, little Johnny had a wrong idea of what prayers before meals were about.
A family gathered around the table to eat. Each member of the family received his/her portion of food but waited to say the prayers before they began to eat.
However, little Johnny was having none of that as he began to eat his food without waiting for the prayers to be said.
Johnny’s mother was having none of his misdemeanors, as she immediately scolded him and asked that he wait until prayers are said before eating. In his defense, Johnny reasoned that he didn’t have to wait until prayers were said.
An argument followed, as his mom insisted that he had to wait until the prayers were said. She further explained that they usually waited for prayers to be said before eating at their house.
When his mom said all that, Johnny retorted by saying that he understands they prayed before eating at their house, but that this was grandma’s house, and that grandma actually knows how to cook. Ouch!!!
If you enjoyed that joke, then here is another one:
Three criminals are arrested and are about to be executed. Their executioners were however nice and ask them what they would like to have as their last meal.
The first criminal asks for a large pizza. He is given what he asks for, eats, and is led away for execution. The second man asks for a Filet Mignon. Again, he gets his wish, eats it, and is led away for execution.
Now the turn of the last criminal, he asks for strawberries. The officers were bewildered and asked him if he is sure, which he replies in the affirmative.
They then tell him that berries are out of season. The criminal then shrugs and tells them he will wait. A genius move from the prisoner to defer his execution, eh!