The Italian phrase, “Se non è vero, è ben trovato,” can be translated as, “If it isn’t true, it should be.” I found the following while surfing the net and it seems too good to be true but I laughed and I hope you will, too.
Some children’s answers to church school questions – from the Church of England:
• Noah’s wife was called Joan of Arc.
• Henry VIII thought so much of Wolsley that he made him a cardigan.
• The fifth commandment is “humor thy father and mother.”
• Lot’s wife was a pillar of salt by day and a ball of fire by night.
• Salome was a woman who danced naked in front of Harrods.
• Holy acrimony is another name for matrimony.
• The pope lives in a vacuum.
• The patron saint of travelers is St. Francis of the sea sick.
• Iran is the Bible of the Moslems.
• A Republican is a sinner mentioned in the Bible.
• Abraham begat Isaac and Isaac begat Jacob and Jacob begat twelve partridges.
• The native of Macedonia did not believe, so Paul got stoned.
• The first commandment was when Eve told Adam to eat the apple.
• It is sometimes difficult to hear what is being said in church because the agnostics are so terrible.