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Three Nuns

jeauxbertjjeauxbert Posts: 953
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:29 AM in Lighten and Brighten
One day there were three nuns standing outside the gates of heaven waiting to enter. St. Peter approached them and asked the first nun,

"Do you know who the first man was on earth?"

She said, "Ummm that's tough... Adam?"

Bells rang, Angels sang, The gates opened, and she walked in.

Then St. Peter went to the second nun and asked, "Do you know who the first woman was on earth?"

She said, "Ummmm... Eve?"

Bells rang, Angels sang, The gates opened, and she walked in.

St. Peter then asked the third and last nun, "What were the first words Eve said to Adam?"

The third nun said, "Hmmmm, that's a hard one."

Bells rang, Angels sang, The gates opened, and she walked right in
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