Myths from the Bible: Part 2

Funny story written by Lady Godiva

Friday, 19 March 2010

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The confused lion

AGAIN - IF YOU ARE CHRISTIAN DO NOT READ ANY FURTHER. YOU ARE BOUND TO BE EITHER ANGRY OR 'BETTER EDUCATED' THE CHOICE IS YOURS TO MAKE.


OK. Daniel in the lion's den.
Daniel was a bit of a wimp and was bullied in school. After a few weeks into the new 'term' he told a story about being in a lion's den, to impress his classmates. There were no witnesses and so Daniel was asked to 'prove' his story.

Finding himself in a bit of a 'tight spot' Daniel confessed his lie to his dad. His dad, sick of Daniel coming home whining about being bullied, decided to help Daniel out.

He went to a local costumers and hired a lion costume. He went into a cave and put on the costume having already told Daniel which cave he would be in.

After school, Daniel invited his friends (bullies) along to see how he was able to get close to the lion.

Sadly, Daniel had forgotten which cave his father had said he would be in and he actually entered the den of a real lion.

Daniel approached the lion without fear. The lion thought to himself, "This kid is an idiot. Why isn't he scared of me?"


Daniel reached out a hand to touch the lion's paw and the lion was so gobsmacked that he couldn't move.

Daniel smiled at his friends (bullies), stood up and left the cage, proud and with the newly earned respect of his former bullies.

When he got home his dad asked him,

"Daniel, how come you didn't come to the cave I was in, as arranged?"

Daniel explained that he HAD indeed been there and had stroked his dad's paw as planned..

On realizing what had actually happened, Daniel pooped in his pants.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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