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Here's another Joke of the day

Saturday, March 16, 2013

A man went to the pet shop to purchase a dog. The owner of the shop warned him the dog was not trained. The man did not mind and said he'd take the dog. A week later, the man returned, frustrated in not being able to train the dog himself. The shop owner said, he knew the best dog trainer was an evangelist, but he had some different rules. The man could not see his dog for a week or call up to see how things were going with the training.

A week was up. The dog owner excitedly went to the pet shop to get his dog. The evangelist was there to show the man how to keep training the dog.

The evangelist said to the dog, "Sit!" and the dog sat. "Roll over" and the dog obeyed.

The owner, was really excited and asked if he could do it and the evangelist said, "Sure". The owner took the leash and said, "Sit", "Roll over", "Play dead" and the dog obeyed. Then the owner said, "Heel" and the dog stood up on his back paws; took one of his front paws; laid it on the man's forehead, and said, "Believe in the Lord Jesus and thou shalt be healed!"
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  • v BECKYSFRIEND
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    1183 days ago
  • v DAJAMOGU1
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    Made me laugh! I like good clean jokes!
    1202 days ago
  • v FREEOAK1
    I grew up as a PK (Preacher's Kid) in Columbia, SC. Dad took over Evangelical churches that did not have steady pastors.! I got a million of them. At the age of 50 in 1992, accidentally, I found out I was adopted. Found birth family and found one who was a retired Lutheran pastor. He was wonderful. He is now in heaven Preaching away and telling some of his "bad jokes" and making people laugh. emoticon
    1202 days ago
  • v MARTYJOE
    That was bad
    1202 days ago
  • v LWLAR7
    ood
    1202 days ago
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