Friday, July 21, 2006

Sunday School ...

Nine year old Joey was asked by his mother what he had learned at Sunday school.

"Well, Mom, our teacher told us how God sent Moses behind enemy lines on a rescue mission to lead the Israelites out of Egypt. "

When he got to the Red Sea, he had his engineers build a pontoon bridge and all the people walked across safely.

"Then he used his walkie-talkie to radio headquarters for reinforcements. They sent bombers to blow up the bridge and all the Israelites were saved."

"Now, Joey, is that really what your teacher taught you?" his mother asked.

"Well, no. But if I told it the way the teacher did, you'd never believe it!"

17 comments:

starry nights said...

Me First....that was a cool story. hard to believe the original version.

White Forest said...

ha ha! gud one...

V N said...

LOL!!
:))

Ajay said...

haha amazing
Joeny is a verrry naughty lil boy
:) LOL

Ajay said...

oops sorry
i meant joey

Hip Grandma said...

lovely post.i remember telling my seven yr. old niece a story abt how a little girl was planning something over the phone and her stepmom overheard and punished her.
"serves her right for being stupid"
she said, "why didn't she send an email?"

Neers said...

NEAT!!! my five year old cousin runs and picks up the cellphone/s everytime it rings...with a shrug walks out... "yea, okay... am in a middle of something, will text msg you later!!!" 5 YEAR OLD!!

:) very cute!!

passerby55 said...

Hi Lalitha...you get the gold! you r the first...

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Welcome White horse.... thankyou

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hi Velu....enjoy and keep the spirit!

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HI AJay .... right! joey is amazing

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Hi preeta!... super cool!

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HI Neers ... betcha..you cannot outsmart the kidzone. they just rock.

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Usha said...

Oh cho chweet. Today's kids are so much smarter that they cant believe that we guys actually believed the impossible mythological stories. And the pic is so lovely. :)

Raghav said...

todays kids dont need education, television and video games are teaching them enough !

desperado said...

brought a smile to my face..thanks

Suji said...

Today's kids are really smart! That was a really cute story. Thanks for dropping by my blog. :)

Neers said...

*blush* thank you so much, passerby! :)
hugs to you... that was perhaps the sweetest thing... i have heard in quite sometime now! :)

Prash said...

ah these kids..they are so smart !!!

Contented said...

First time here! through starry's blog. Brought a smile to start day with...:)

mizfit said...

Hi! i'm back....visit my blog to know what happened.

take care!

passerby55 said...

Hi USha,

forget the mythological stories, sometimes they find hard to believe our school days stories which are different when compared to theirs today.
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hi raghav,
the media is what we cannot escape.
the virtual seems to be real. sigh!
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hi desperado!

keep smiling

bye
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Hi Suji

You are always welcome.
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HI Neers!

My pleasure yOung lady!

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Hi Prash!
how are you? so when are you moving to hongkong...i think you are all set to explore the Asian continent now.....I am sure we will read some great posts from you very soon.
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Welcome Contended.

i am glad you came through starry I thank her and you too.

yes, a smile(yours) to start with is a warm feeling
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HI there
good to see you again...
hugsss mizfit
take care.
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