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Atheist Has An Argument With His Old Lady Neighbor – But Her Ingenious Reply Has Me In Stitches

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Atheist Has An Argument With His Old Lady Neighbor – But Her Ingenious Reply Has Me In Stitches

One old lady had just the perfect response for her neighbor who was an atheist that strongly believed that God did not exist and its unlike anything we have heard in  a while! Here is the story that is sure to have you cracking up at the end, as her witty comeback is unfiltered and unexpected!

There was a little old lady who was very spiritual, who would step out on her porch every day, raise her arms to the sky and yell “Praise the Lord!”

One day, an atheist bought the house next door to her, and he became very irritated with the spiritual lady. So after a month or so of her yelling “Praise the Lord” from her porch, the neighbor went outside on his porch and yelled back, “There is no Lord!” Yet, the little old lady continued.

One cold, wintery day, when the little old lady couldn’t get to the store, she went out on her porch, raised her hands up to the sky and said, “Help me Lord, I have no more money, it’s cold, and I have no more food.”

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The next morning, she went outside, and there were three bags of food on the porch, enough to last her a week. “Praise the Lord!” she yelled.

The atheist stepped out from the bushes and said, “Ha ha! There is no Lord, I bought those groceries for you!”

The little old lady raised her arms to the sky and yelled, “Praise the Lord, you sent me groceries and you made the Devil pay for them!”

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Making Fun Of Your Partner Can Make Your Relationship Stronger, According To Study

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Making Fun Of Your Partner Can Make Your Relationship Stronger, According To Study

Having a good sense of humour is one of the principal requirements in most relationships, so much so that some people consider a lack of it to be a total deal-breaker. But can you really imagine being in a relationship without any laughter between you and your other half?

According to one study, making fun of your partner can actually strengthen a relationship – as long as you’re both laughing.

According to one study, making fun of each other can actually strengthen a relationship
According to one study, making fun of each other can actually strengthen a relationship

Of course there is a line that definitely should not be crossed. When we say making fun of your partner, we are talking about laughing at a silly outfit, funny haircut or a certain mispronunciation. This does not include hurling abuse at one another, making snide comments to put each other down or anything that could be hurtful to each other.

According to Joyscribe, Jeffrey Hall from the University of Kansas conducted 39 studies involving over 15,000 people over the course of 30 years.

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From his studies, he concluded that humour was a critical part of building a
successful relationship. More specifically, Hall goes on to explain that
partners should share a similar sense of humour to get the best results from a
relationships.

In a statement, Hall explained, “People say they want a sense of humour in a mate, but
that’s a broad concept. That people think you are funny or you can make a joke
out of anything is not strongly related to relationship satisfaction.

What is strongly related to relationship satisfaction is the humour that couples create together. Say you and your partner share a quirky sense of humour, but romantic comedies or sit-coms do nothing for either of you… It’s not that any style or a sense of humour is any better or worse.

What matters is that you both see quirky humour as
hysterical. If you share a sense of what’s funny, it affirms you and affirms
your relationship through laughter.

Playfulness between romantic partners is a crucial component in bonding and establishing relational security. Particularly shared laughter, is an important indicator of romantic attraction between potential mates.”

“Having an aggressive sense of humour is a bad sign for the
relationship in general, but it is worse if the style of humour is used in the
relationship. If you think that your partner tells mean-spirited jokes, then
it’s likely you’ve seen that firsthand in your relationship.” He added.

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