Thursday, February 11, 2010

Snail Tales

You've heard the term "snail mail"?

Someone in England decided to take it seriously.

And you thought I was kidding.



What does a snail say when it rides on the back of a turtle?


What's spiral in shape and very crowded?
A snail with a houseguest.


Two postal carriers had just finished their routes for the day when one of them watched as the other turned and stepped on a snail.

"Why did you step on that snail, Tom?" asked the perplexed coworker.

"Well, I'm just sick of it. That darn snail's been following me around all day!"

[Ed Peacher's Laughter for a Saturday, Charlie's Chuckles, Clean Humor Digest]


WISDOM for YOUR WEEK: "The Lord is slow to anger, abounding in love and forgiving sin and rebellion." (Numbers 14:18a)


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