It's Friday. Time for another 'tru-ish' tale about Colfax and the Mile High City. A new 30 MILES OF CRAZY! (#39)! This week: A Gang of One!... or DYING IS EASY. COMEDY IS HARD.
So... here's a joke...
A priest, a rabbi, and a pastor are sitting in a bar across the street from a known brothel. As they are sipping their drinks, they see a rabbi walk into this den of iniqity.
"Oy! It's awful to see another teacher of the Torah give into low desire", says the rabbi.
A short while later, they see a pastor also walk into the bordello. "My my my... It's terrible to see a man of the cloth give into such temptation", says the pastor.
Even later, the trio see a priest enter the brothel. "Well, it's so nice to see the ladies, who've been used so poorly, have time to confess their sins," says the priest.
Is it a good joke? I thought so, but then I have a brain that can maybe hold about three to five jokes at a time, the shorter the better ("Nuns do it out of habit" still makes me smile, but then I was raised Catholic.
Originally from Philadelphia and Boston (where he picked up the annoying habit of using "wicked" as an adjective), Karl Christian is the writer/artist of such comics as 'Angst Boy Comics', 'Sturm und Drang', 'Schadenfreude', as well as 'Byron' for SLG Publishing and other comical tragedies and drunken accounts for Modern Drunkard Magazine. Karl now lives in Denver, CO with a large collection of tiki mugs and a pair of cats that stalk him for food. He also hates writing about himself in the third person. It's creepy.