all about the “m” in m-i-t

A Priest walks into the barbershop one day and gets a haircut. When he goes to pay the Barber, the barber rejects the money and says, “Its on me, I really appreciate what you do in the community.” The next morning when the Barber gets to his shop there is a bottle of wine waiting for him with a note from the Priest thanking him for the free haircut.

The Next day, a Rabbi walks into the same barbershop. He also gets a haircut, and when he tries to pay the barber the barber once again rejects the money and says, “Its on me, I really appreciate what you do in the community.” The next morning when the Barber gets to his shop there is a bottle of whiskey waiting for him with a note from the Rabbie thanking him for the free haircut.

The Next day, a Mennonite Minister walks into the same barbershop. He also gets a haircut, and when he tries to pay the barber the barber states for a third time, “Its on me, I really appreciate what you do in the community.” The Barber walks to his shop the next morning and to his surprise there are five Mennonite Ministers waiting for him there…..

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  1. Q. What is a Mennonite ethical dilemma?
    A. Free dance lessons.
    Q: What’s a significant ethical Mennonite dilemma?
    A: Free beer.
    Q. What is the difference between a Mennonite and a canoe?
    A. A canoe tips.
    Q. Why don’t Mennonite women wear sleeveless dresses?
    A. They aren’t allowed to bare arms
    Q. Why don’t Mennonite go to the Orchestra?
    A. They heard that they have sax and violins.
    Q. How do you break a Mennonite mans finger?
    A. You punch him in the nose.
    Q. How do you break a Mennonite man’s neck?
    A. You walk around his truck twice.
    Q: What do you call an Mennonite man with his hand up a horse’s bum?
    A: A mechanic.
    Q: What does it mean when a Mennonite speaker takes off his watch and puts it in front of him?
    A: Nothing.
    Q: What do you call a beautiful girl in a Mennonite Church?
    A: A visitor.
    Q: What is the definition of a Mennonite?
    A: Somebody that can buy from a Jew and sell to a Scot and still make a profit.
    Q. What’s the difference between a Mennonite and a Anglican?
    A. An Anglican will say hello at a liquor store.
    Q: Why did they build a wall around Steinbach?
    A: To stop the spread of Abe’s.
    Q: What do you say to a fellow Mennonite at a dance club?
    A: Nothing. You ignore them, and they’ll ignore you.
    Q. What do you call a Mennonite with his fly open
    A. Dyck Friesen
    Q. What do you call him later that night
    A. Dyck Frose
    Q. What do you call a 300 pound Mennonite woman?
    A. Anorexic
    Q. What is the difference between an elephant and a Mennonite woman
    A. 100 Pounds
    Q. How do you fix it
    A. Force feed the elephant?
    Q. What does a Mennonite thief wear?
    A. Robber Boots!
    Q. What do you call two geese flying over Vanderhoof?
    A. Paradox

    A young boy was telling his mother about a school play about a Mennonite family that he was going to be in. When he said that he would play the part of the father, his mother replied, “You should have asked for a speaking role.”

    Top Mennonite Games:
    Name That Hymn
    First, Second or Third Cousin?
    Who’s buried where?
    Which John Dyck are you?
    What’s in the sausage?
    How many Tomato loads from that field?
    Are you my cousin?
    When I was your age
    Who came to Canada with less?

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