Jesus hit by the recession!

Funny story written by Jaggedone

Monday, 31 May 2010

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Jesus alone can't get bums on seats he needs some help from above, AMEN!

Passion plays all over Europe are being hit by the recession especially the one in Oberammergau, Germany.

Global fans of Jesus flock to the plays depicting the final days of his life and the crucifixion, but this years passion plays have been sorely hit by another "plague" the recession.

Jaggedone sent one of his very religious CIA (Cockroach Infiltration Army) reporters, Moses Cross-Tobear, to interview Jesus and get his view on the poor crowds turning up for the spectacle, here his report, Amen:

"My Dad warned the world that if they allow those corrupt bankers to run the world it will end up in a catastrophe and now the poor, wretched, ailing, sick and old can't even afford to come and see me get crucified, it's a scandal!"

"In fact Dad and me are contemplating sinking the horrendous entree prices to get more bums on seats, he's also promised to get more pro-active by sending over dark clouds, thunder and bolts of lightning when I die, cool eh!"

CIA reporter, Moses Cross-Tobear thought it was a load of bollocks anyway, but had at least the opportunity to speak to the "main man" and asked him how the holes were healing and Jesus replied, "what holes, I'm Jesus, there aint no holes it's all a Fatamorgana?"

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