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Category: Rated G

This tale is from Mel Lett. The author is not known, but I think it is quite old. Mel prefers the credit, ” This tale is from Mel Lett, Former C.H.P OFFICER #4422; The author is not known, but I think it is quite old because he is.”


A Rabbi, a Hindu and a lawyer were driving late at night in the country when their car conked out. They set out to find help and came to a farmhouse.

When they knocked at the door, the farmer explained that he had only two beds, and one of the three had to sleep in the barn with the animals. The three quickly agreed. The Rabbi said he would sleep in the barn and let the other two have the beds.

Ten minutes after the Rabbi left, there was a knock on the bedroom door. The Rabbi entered exclaiming, “I can’t sleep in the barn; there is a pig in there. It’s against my religion to sleep in the same room with a pig!”

The Hindu said he would sleep in the barn, as he had no religious problem with pigs. However, about five minutes later, the Hindu burst through the bedroom door saying, “There’s a cow in the barn! I can’t sleep in the same room as a cow! It’s against my religion!”

The lawyer, anxious to get to sleep, said he’d go to the barn, as he had no problem sleeping with animals. Two minutes later, the bedroom door burst open and the pig and the cow entered….

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