A priest goes to the barber for a haircut.
When it’s done, he asks the barber how much he owes.
“All free, friend. I consider it a service to God”.
The next morning when the barber goes to work, he sees a bunch of flowers and a Bible in the doorstep. The flowers come with a thank you card from the priest.
Presently, a policeman enters, wanting a trim. When the barber is finished, the policeman asks how much he owes.
“No charge, friend. I consider this a service to the Lord above”.
The next day when the barber turns up to work, there’s a box of donuts and a thank you card on the doorstep.
In the afternoon, a senator comes in for a haircut. When the barber is finished, he tells the surprised but pleased senator that there is no charge, as he considers it a service to God.
When the barber goes to work the next day, there’s a line of senators waiting in a long line for haircuts.
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