Lancaster County PA Realty Check: May 2007

Sales Tale

Young Michael Riley went to confessional one day and said, "Forgive me, father, for I have committed hanky-panky."   The priest wanted to grant Michael absolution, but first asked the name of the woman involved.

"Was it Mary at the bakery?"

"No, father."

The priest persisted.  "Was it Susie at the library?"

"No, not her either," Michael responded.  "I'm sorry, father, but I just can't bear to tell you."

"Very well, my son," said the priest, "But I'll want to see you next week."

As Michael was leaving the church, he ran into a friend who knew of the situation.

"Hi, Michael, did you get absolved?" 

"No," said Michael, "But I did get a week off and two good leads!"

 

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