Safety at Church
I had just moved to a new city with a new job as a safety inspector. I was a bit apprehensive with being in new surroundings and trying to please everyone. Unfortunately, I misunderstood the culture and got two black eyes. So bad, in fact, I went to the doctor to get checked out.
The doctor said, "So, Jim, How did you get that black eye?" I quietly replied, "I was at our new church the other day and I sat behind a very large woman. And, the people always like to stand up and sing. So, when we stood up, I noticed that the woman's dress, in front of me, was caught in her butt crack. So, I decided to help her. I reached over and pulled the dress out."
The doctor smiled trying not to laugh. Then he said, "Ok, I can see that, but you have two black eyes. How did you get the other one?"
I replied, "The next week at church, I sat in the same spot behind the same woman. When we stood up to sing, I noticed that her dress wasn't how she liked it, so I shoved it back in."
The moral of the story is that it is unsafe to stand up and sing at church.