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A little boy pulls on the preacher's hand to get his attention. Then says, "I'm going to give you money when I grow up."
The preacher says, "Thank you very much but why do you want to give me money when you grow up?"
The little boy replies, "My dad says that you are the "poorest" preacher we have ever had."
A man of some wealth overheard a lady remarking, "Oh, if I only had fifty dollars I would be perfectly content."
He thought about that for a few moments. If the lady only had fifty dollars she would be content. He thought to himself, "Well, I can help her out." So he walked up to her and handed her a fifty dollar bill with his best wishes. She was very overt in her show of gratitude. She really appreciated his gift. As she walked away he heard her mumble under her breath, "Why on earth didn't I say one hundred dollars?"
A state trooper found a Yuppie by the roadside next to a demolished car, crying, "MY BMW! I've lost my BMW!"
The trooper says, "Never mind the car. You've lost your left arm!"
The Yuppie looks down, and cried, "My Rolex! I've lost my Rolex!"
In the movie, "Oh, God!" the idea was advanced that the reason God gave Adam and Eve no clothes to wear was because God knew that once they had clothes, they would want pockets. Once they had pockets, they would want money.
The Sunday School teacher was just finishing a lesson on honesty.
"Do you know where little boys go if they don't put their money in the collection plate?", the teacher asked.
"Yes ma'am," a boy blurted out. "They go to the movies."
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