Soliloquy in an International Cloister

Watch your step as Brother Lawrence takes you inside the monastery walls of a five hundred year-old international order. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wish you had ignored your hormones and joined the monastery.

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18 August 2006

Legenda Fratrum, Part X

Brother A tells a joke to Brother M:

"There once was an Indian who drank so much tea that he drowned in his tepee."

Brother M thinks this is hilarious, and can't wait to pass it on. He tells the joke to Brother B:

"There once was an Indian who drank so much tea that he drowned in his wigwam."


Blogger heartinsanfrancisco said...

My daughter, Catherine, was friends in kindergarten with a pair of twins named Brian and Maeve.

Brian told the following joke: "Bisquick! Your pants are on fire."

The next day, Maeve gleefully repeated it to all who would listen: "Nabisco! Your pants are on fire."

18 August, 2006 03:28  
Anonymous pog said...

Oh bless.

18 August, 2006 10:53  
Anonymous Moobs said...

Two parrots sat on a perch. One turns to the other and says "can you smell fish?Moobs"

I thengkew!

18 August, 2006 13:01  
Anonymous nikki said...

my son aaron telling his first joke:

"knock, knock"
"who's there?"
"chicken who?"
"chicken who?"

at least his excuse is that he's 2.

18 August, 2006 13:35  
Blogger Nikki said...

Kinda makes you want to smack them on the back of the head doesn't it. LOL

18 August, 2006 21:19  
Blogger Sayre said...

I am terrible at remembering jokes, so when people tell them to me, they're always new.

But when I try to tell them, they come out like wigwam guy's.

I don't tell jokes anymore, but I'm a great audience!

19 August, 2006 03:04  
Blogger kat said...

see, and i'm all over in calcutta thus completely missing everyone's point. i say "native american" not to be pc but to avoid personal confusion.

and apparently it's all about me...

19 August, 2006 07:22  
Blogger Dirty Birdie said...

What did one horny toad say to the other? Rubbit rubbit...

22 August, 2006 23:46  
Blogger Alice in Wonderbread said...


What do you call a row of rabbits marching backwards?

A receding hare line.

27 August, 2006 15:38  

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