Retired barber Joe Godlewski says he grew annoyed at the way television chefs would always recommend using kosher salt in their recipes.
"What's wrong with Christian salt?" he asked himself.
Then he answered himself: Nothing. So he began bottling sea salt and had an Episcopalian priest bless it. Now it's marketed as "Blessed Christian Salt" and you should soon be able to purchase it at Christian book and curio stores everywhere.
Or get it by the case straight from the company that manufactures it.
And you thought I was kidding.
The Sunday School teacher was describing how, when Lot and his family were fleeing the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, Lot's wife looked back and turned into a pillar of salt.
One little boy piped up, "My dad looked back once while he was driving. He turned into a telephone pole!"
[thanks to Mikey's Funnies]
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