For a while, like Queen Victoria, we were not amused.
However, we found these:
å A Little Taste of Heaven
å Cartoons attacking Creationism
å Funny Ads
å God's Vacation
å Medieval Tech Support
å The Bathing Suit
Posted by: Zeno in comment 61 on Trolling faith-heads: your efforts here are futile
The archangel Gabriel tells God he's concerned:
"You've been working pretty hard, Lord, creating stuff and running the universe and all that. You deserve some time off."
"Well, Gabe, I did rest on the seventh day, you know."
"Sure, Lord, but that was a long time ago. Why don't you knock off for a couple of weeks, go somewhere quiet, and just relax?"
"Anyplace in particular you recommend, Gabe?"
"I'd suggest one of those outlying planets where not much ever happens. How about a vacation on Earth?"
"For Christ's sake, Gabe, don't you remember? I took my last vacation there! It's a pest-hole of gossipy small-minded provincials, even if I do say so myself. I started out having a great time. Met this cute little Jewish girl, had a bit of a fling, but it's two thousand years later and they're still talking about it!"
"Hello, Dorjee? It's Karma!"
"Karma, where in hell have you been? I've been worried sick."
"I'm really sorry, Dorjee, but I had a devil of a time getting to a phone."
"Well, never mind, Karma, tell me, what's it really like?"
"So I'll tell ya'. First of all, I get a good night's sleep–11, 12 hours. I get up at sunrise, I stretch a little, I perform my ablutions, I take a walk, I eat a good breakfast. After breakfast, I relax a little, I take a constitutional, I admire the scenery–before you know it, it's time for lunch. Lunch is delicious, but very filling, so after lunch I take a little nap. I get up refreshed, I wander down to the lake, I take a little dip, I have a little sex, and–before you know it–it's time for dinner. I have a little dinner, I take a little stroll, I enjoy the sunset, and then I sleep twelve hours.""Karma, Karma, it sounds like Miami. It sure don't sound like heaven."