An atheist had his beliefs and reality turned upside down when he got attacked by the Loch Ness monster while fishing and found himself calling out to God for help.
An atheist took his boat out into the water to enjoy a quiet day fishing. Suddenly, his boat was attacked by the fearsome Loch Ness monster.
In one smooth motion, the monster gave the boat and the man a mighty push that tossed them high into the air. By the time they were headed back down, the monster's mouth was wide open, ready to swallow both the man and his boat.
A photo of an elderly atheist in a gray T-shirt. | Photo: Getty Images
As the man flailed about in the air, he cried out in despair, asking God to help him. Immediately, the terrifying attack scene froze. As the atheist and his boat hung suspended mid-air, a loud booming voice came down from the clouds.
It was God. the voice asked the atheist why he called to him for help when he said he did not believe in God. Exasperated and afraid, the atheist replied:
"Come on God, give me a break! Two minutes ago I didn't believe in the Loch Ness monster either!"
Here is another joke about another man and his cousin. A fisherman, MacAndrews, decided to visit his Irish cousin, O'Bannon. During his visit, MacAndrews decided to go fishing and have some fun while at it.
Packing his things, MacAndrews left for the river. While he was at it, his cousin came to pay him a visit, which of course, made MacAndrews happy.
When O'Bannon got to where his cousin was fishing, he asked him if he had caught anything. MacAndrews answered the question, disappointedly saying, "not a bite."
Then O'Bannon asked his cousin what he was using for bait to which MacAndrews replied, "Worms." O'Bannon asked to see the bait and his cousin raised the line up from the water to show him.
Upon bringing the worm out, MacAndrews gave it to O'Bannon who brought out a flask of home-brewed liquor and dipped the worm inside it.O'Bannon gave the worm back to MacAndrews, who dropped the line back into the water.
Not long after the line got in the water, the rod bent over double, and O'Bannon once again asked his cousin if he has caught anything. "No!" shouted MacAndrews, fighting with the rod. "The worm's got a salmon by the throat!"
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