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The two parrots

A lady goes to her priest one day and tells him. "Father, I have a problem.
I have two female parrots, but they only know how to say one thing."

"What do they say?" the priest inquired.

They say, "Hi, we're hookers! Do you want to have some fun?"

"That's obscene!" the priest exclaimed, Then he thought for a moment.

"You know," he said, "I may have a solution to your problem. I have two
male talking parrots, which I have taught to pray and read the Bible. Bring
your two parrots over to my house, and we'll put them in the cage with
Francis and Peter. My parrots can teach your parrots to praise and worship,
and your parrots are sure to stop saying that phrase in no time."

"Thank you," the woman responded, "this may very well be the solution."

The next day, she brought her female parrots to the priest's house. As he
ushered her in, she saw that his two male parrots were inside their cage
holding rosary beads and praying.

Impressed, she walked over and placed her parrots in with them. After a few
minutes, the female parrots cried out in unison: "Hi, we're hookers! Do you
want to have some fun?"

There was stunned silence. Shocked, one male parrot looked over at the other
male parrot and exclaimed, "Put the beads away, Frank. Our prayers have been
answered."

[tags] female, parrots [/tags]

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