Welcome, Dear Readers, to this Sunday’s edition of Gregory’s bible stories.
Today’s Sunday school lesson will be a pop quiz. HA!
Pop Quiz Time
In the beginning God said:
a) let there be light
b) turn on the light
c) what’s wrong with this light
d) let there be Bud light
God created the world in:
a) Six days
b) a snit
c) vitro fertilization
d) all of the above
God created man in:
a) his own image
b) lieu of a better idea
c) his blue period
d) an inebriated state
God created Eve from:
a) Adam’s Rib
b) the goat bones left over from lunch
c) plastic bags, baling wire and four cans of creamed corn
d) plastic bags, baling wire and three cans of cream corn
Which fruit was forbidden in the Garden of Eden?
a) the apple
b) the chocolate-covered raisin
c) the plantain
d) The sun-dried tomato
Eve got talked into eating an apple by
a) a snake
b) a nutritionist
c) Mary Tyler Moore
d) a holy ghost
God kicked Adam and Eve out of the Garden of Eden for:
a) taking one bite out of an apple, not finishing it and then flushing it down the toilet
b) trampling God’s flowers
c) forgetting to water
d) subletting to chimpanzees
Once Adam and Eve were kicked out of the garden of Eden, they didn’t want to be naked anymore because:
a) They never got a call back after job interviews
b) Frying bacon was quite painful
c) There was nobody to admire their lack of tan lines
d) It got chilly.
Please put down your pencils down.
If you answered”a” to all of the above questions, congratulations! You have just turned the world on with your smile!
I’m afraid the rest of you will have to stay after class until you find all 8 biblical Mary Tyler Moore’s in the picture below.
Until next time . . . I love (is all around no need to waste it) you
23 thoughts on “Gregory’s Bible Stories: Pop Quiz Time”
Too funny. As I say this, I’m wary of the sky. I hope I’m not struck down by a freak lightening bolt (it’s that Catholic guilt from way back). 😉
I would have definitely preferred you to Sister Colette as my CCD instructor.
LOL! Thanks so much for coming by AnnMarie. (If you are indeed still here with us and not a pile of smoldering ashes!) 😀 (If you got your CCD instruction from me I’m afraid you’d be one mixed up Catholic!)
Well no lightening bolts yet, but hey, you never know 😉
LOL! Better keep your eyes peeled just in case!
One thing is certain: Linda Vernon is infatuated with goats.
If you Tweet that, she’ll have her lawyers onto you like a greased weasel. I think it is more a case of her promoting goat husbandry as a green solution. I’m told that she owns a place in Ireland: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-26870598
Hahaha. I love LV, even with her goat fetish, and she can chew her cud in my presence as much as she wishes. Unfortunately, she never visits me any more. I’m going to buy a goat, maybe that will help.
p.s. loved your west brom terrier riff. woof.
What you’re getting a goat! I’ll be there in a flash!
Oh look! Isn’t it adorable? But not as adorable as it will look in my new goat stewing pot!
I am indeed but I’m not the only one:
Thank you for that. No one loves you like I do, except Peanuts.
I was iffy on the flushing of the apple…
What’s really weird is that the only facilities they had in the Garden of Eden was the portapotty. That must have been one big apple to plug that up!
I never even thought of that! Ewww
You know, I never did either. Which just goes to show you that nothing’s perfect. Not even the Garden of Eden! 😀
Ha, maybe before they fall they didn’t need washrooms?
Of course! Maybe the need for a washroom was part of the punishment. Oh it’s all making more sense now!
Sure why not!
I think god being god, all the answers to each of the questions could be correct.
(Plus god looks so cute tossing his beret in the air.)
He does! He’s gonna make it after all!