Catholic Kittens

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Catholic Kittens

This is the latest joke I heard on Freethought Radio:

A little girl is carrying a basket of kittens and runs into a Catholic priest. She tells him they are Catholic kittens. The priest says "Oh, they are Catholic kittens? How nice." A few weeks later she has them and runs into him again. He asks her how the Catholic kittens are. She tells him "Oh, they are no longer Catholic kittens, they are now Atheist kittens." He is a bit shocked and asks "They are Atheist kittens? What happened?" She tells him "They opened their eyes."

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It only says catholics...

It only says catholics... What about the other theist Sad

Still funny though ROTF


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Insert theistic belief of

Insert theistic belief of choice...

A little girl is carrying a basket of kittens and runs into a Christian Pastor. She tells him they are Christian kittens. The pastor says "Oh, they are Christian kittens? How nice." A few weeks later she has them and runs into him again. He asks her how the Christian kittens are. She tells him "Oh, they are no longer Christian kittens, they are now Atheist kittens." He is a bit shocked and asks "They are Atheist kittens? What happened?" She tells him "They opened their eyes."

We must favor verifiable evidence over private feeling. Otherwise we leave ourselves vulnerable to those who would obscure the truth.
~ Richard Dawkins