The Confessions

A rabbi and a Catholic priest are having lunch in a restaurant. The priest’s food arrives, a scrumptious-looking ham entrée. The priest attacks his lunch, savouring every bite of the ham. Noticing the rabbi eyeing him, he asks, “So tell me, Rabbi Goldblum, have you ever had any pork before?”
The rabbi hesitates. “Well, it’s not for me to say…”
The priest pushes on. “Oh, c’mon, Rabbi. We’re both men of God here. We can tell each other our sins. Nothing to it.”
“Umm… well, yes, as a matter of fact, I did have pork once.”
Smugly the priest teases him, “And a fine meat it was, wasn’t it? Heheh.”
“Yeah, I’ll say.”
A few moments pass. The rabbi asks the priest: “Tell me Father, have you ever had sex with a woman before?”
“Why of course… well, before I took holy orders, that is.”
The rabbi smirks, “Sure beat the taste of pork, didn’t it?”

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A Catholic priest says to a rabbi, “It seems to me that, since the Creator made pork, He must have made it for some purpose. Therefore, it must be a sin not to use it, don’t you think? So, will you finally eat some pork?”
The rabbi replies, “I will try some — at your wedding, Father.”

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A Catholic priest is called away by a family emergency one day, while on duty attending confession. Not wanting to leave the confessional unattended, he asks his friend, a rabbi from the synagogue across the street, if he can fill in for him.
The rabbi says he wouldn’t know what to do, so the priest agrees to stay with him for a few minutes and show him the ropes.
They enter their half of the confessional together and soon enough, a woman enters and says, “Father forgive me, for I have sinned.”
“What did you do?” asks the priest.
“I have committed adultery,” she replies.
“How many times?” continues the priest.
“Three times.”
“Do three Hail Marys, put $5 in the poor-box, and sin no more,” finishes the priest.
The woman leaves and not long after a man enters and says, “Father forgive me, for I have sinned.”
“What did you do?”
“I have committed adultery.”
“How many times?”
“Three times.”
“Do three Hail Marys, put $5 in the poor-box, and sin no more.” The man leaves.
The rabbi tells the priest he thinks he’s got it figured out now, so the priest leaves, and the rabbi waits until another woman enters the confessional, who says, “Father forgive me, for I have sinned.”
“What did you do,” asks the rabbi.
“I have committed adultery,” she replies.
“How many times?”
“Twice.”
“I tell you what,” says the rabbi. “Go do it one more time and come back. We got a special this week, three for $5!”

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