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Fun with Words: Jesus & The Seven Dwarfs September 7, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Joke, Word Play.
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One day, on their way home from work, the Seven Dwarfs got into a heated argument  about Jesus and his ethnicity. 

Grumpy argued that Jesus was Black:  “He called everyone brother, he liked Gospel, and he didn’t get a fair trial.”

“No way,” said Doc, “Jesus went into His Father’s business; he lived at home until he was 33; he was sure his Mother was a virgin, and . . . his Mother was sure he was God.  He was obviously Jewish.”

Bashful quietly said, “I think Jesus must have been Italian.  He talked with his hands, he drank wine with his meals, and he used a lot of olive oil.”

Grumpy raised an eyebrow and asked, “What makes you think Jesus used a lot of olive oil?” 

Bashful blushed, “Well, he must have.  He always had an olive branch to offer . . .”

Before Grumpy could respond, Dopey grinned and said, “Dudes.  He never cut his hair, he walked around barefoot all the time, and he started his own religion.  He was clearly a Californian.” 

Sleepy gazed through half lowered lids and said, “Jesus was at peace with nature, he ate a lot of fish, and he talked about the Great Spirit.  He was an American Indian.” 

Happy laughed, “You’re all a bunch of muppets!  Jesus never got married, he was always telling stories, and he loved green pastures.  An Irishman, through and through.”

Sneezy sneezed, then said, “Let’s ask Snow White.  She’ll  know.”

After reaching the cottage and recounting their argument to Snow White,  the Seven Dwarfs begged her to settle the issue for them. 

In response, Snow White laughed and said, “Oh, you silly little men.  What an argument to have had with one another the whole way home.”

Doc peered at her over his glasses, “What ever you decide, we agree to be bound by.  That’ll be the end of it.”  All seven nodded.  

Grumpy gruffly asked, “So, Snow, which one of us is right?”

Snow White considered their points, one by one, and then added, ” Jesus fed a crowd at a moment’s notice when there was virtually no food.  He kept trying to get a  message across to twelve men who weren’t listening.  And, even after he died, he had to get up again because there was still work to do.”

With seven pairs of eyes looking on, Snow White smiled, “Sounds like Jesus must have been a woman.”

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Inspiration:  ethnicity points (e-mail, unknown author) . . . combined with the Magic of Disney!

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1. aardvarkian - September 7, 2010

He was IRISH!! Never worked a day in His life and depended on handouts!

nrhatch - September 7, 2010

Happy agrees with you that he’s Irish! ; )

2. cindy - September 7, 2010

ROTFLMAO!!!

nrhatch - September 7, 2010

The inspiration for this was an e-mail that came to life once I added a bit of Disney magic and whimsey to the mix. ; )

Who better to talk about Jesus as a Californian than Dopey.

3. Paula - September 7, 2010

We are just about to dash out the door to go to the OBX (an 8-hr. drive)! Read today’s post on my blog, and you will find out why! Just wanted to let you, and the readers of yours who know what’s been awaited around here, what wonderful blessing has come into our lives. Joy, Joy, JOY!!!

nrhatch - September 7, 2010

Congratulations, Grandma Paula!

Be careful holding that baby with one hand.

4. Paula - September 7, 2010

Been practicin’ with a sack of flour! 😀

nrhatch - September 7, 2010

Should have been a sack of sugar! Same weight and shape, but a whole lot sweeter.

Have fun with the new bundle of joy.

5. Mstrongair - September 7, 2010

hahahahahahaha

nrhatch - September 7, 2010

Glad you enjoyed, Maria. ; )

6. Eileen - January 25, 2017

Reblogged this on Laughter: Carbonated Grace and commented:
Saw it coming when she said “Jesus fed a crowd at moment’s notice!” This is great…..a man of all nationalities and genders….that’s my Jesus.


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