Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Humour: Canadian Sermon Types, eh?


The Maple Syrup: Boils source material down to about 1/50th its starting volume.

The Mountie: When it's most dressed-up, it doesn't arrest anybody.

The Igloo: Goes 'round and 'round until a final capstone is dropped in.

The Curling: Kind of incomprehensible, but everybody seems to have a good time.

The Lacrosse: Fast, hard-hitting, and it's hard to see the points as they're made.

The Hockey Fight: Staggers unsteadily, swinging wildly, but lands a punch or two.

The Canadian: Overly apologetic.

The Snowmobile: Loud and a bit obnoxious, but takes you places you otherwise wouldn't go.

The Beaver: Dams everything in sight.

The Maple Leaf: Has 11 points; always ends up falling to the ground.

The Charismatic: each congregant hears the sermon in his or her own native tongue (as long as it's English or French), but sermons are only given when an interpreter is present.

by Neil Young

The snowsquall: has no idea where its heading any more and ends up in the ditch.

by: Carey Nieuwhof

The Newfoundlander: Starts out on solid ground but then goes fishing and never comes back.

The Albertan: A wealth of natural resources, but never taxes anyone.

The Newfoundland Sermon: "Always a half hour later than everyone else"

by: Mike

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