He was warned

August 29, 2014 at 1:27 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Saint Peter is sitting at the Pearly Gates when two guys wearing dark hoodies and sagging pants (with exposed undies) arrive.
Surprised, St Peter looks out through the Gates and says, “Wait here. I’ll be right back.”

St Peter goes over to God’s chambers and tells him who is awaiting entrance. God, irritated, says to Peter: “How many times do I have to tell you? You can’t be judgmental here. This is heaven. All are loved. All are brothers. Go back and let them in!”

So St Peter goes back, looks around and lets out a heavy sigh. He returns to God’s chambers and says, “Well, they’re gone.”

“The blokes wearing hoodies?” asks God.

“No. The Pearly Gates.”

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Do you accept my ginger discount card? Thrifty red-head saves hundreds of pounds using homemade ID: “A cheeky Scottish red-head claims to have saved hundreds of pounds in the high street – thanks to his home-made ‘ginger discount card’. Richard Macrae, 30, from Aberdeen, was given the fake card by a friend for his birthday and he has successfully used it in bars, restaurants, cinemas and even with taxi drivers. The comic book illustrator claims to have saved more than £200 and said he is constantly asked by people how they can acquire one too. He said: ‘People have always given me stick for my hair colour, but now I’m going out three nights a week and saving a fortune. The joke is on them. ‘It comes out with me more than my bank card. My reputation precedes me and once I was asked by a security guard if I was the “ginger discount guy”. ‘Usually everyone gets the humour behind it, but some people look confused and wonder if it’s real which is always a laugh, but most get the joke. ‘It opens folk up to a bit of banter back and forth but I never try for any specific amount of discount. Any money off is always handy.'”

Give your bike a BROLLY: £30 umbrella clamp keeps cyclists dry – even with 70mph winds: “A Dutch firm based in Delft has invented a simple clamp that fits a bike’s handlebars and holds a windproof umbrella firmly in place to protect a rider from wind and rain. The holder can also be used to store the umbrella when the rain stops too. The umbrella’s asymmetric design is said to help it withstand high speed wind gusts of up to 70mph (113kph). The aerodynamic design directs wind over and around the brolly, which holds its shape and keeps people dry underneath. While its makers, Senz, cautions against riding in high winds, the umbrella design lends itself to coping with the air stream created by cycling. A spokesperson for the Dutch firm said: ‘Ruining your hairdo, ending up with dripping clothes after a quick ride to the shops will be a thing of the past with the Senz umbrella holder. ‘The clamp allows you to attach your umbrella on your bike, while keeping both hands on the handle bars and giving a good sight of traffic.”

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