A new report from Harvard suggests that Jesus was married, particularly because in an eighth century text it quotes Jesus referring to 'my wife'. Apparently irritated by the report, Jesus has weighed into the debate himself. 'For Christ's sake,' he stated to reporters, 'this account was written eight hundred years after the event, how can anybody take it seriously?' he asked. When reporters questioned him about his marital status all Jesus would say was that the report 'was probably another stunt by Fathers 4 Justice,' alleging that he had adequate access to his kids and didn't wish to be drawn into 'yet another person's agenda, it's bad enough with Pope after bloody Pope claiming they represent me. Where were they when I was mis-sold PPI? Answer me that,' he fumed. He did say that he would never refer to a woman as 'my wife', preferring to use the phrase 'er indoors' instead, 'not that I'm married,' he insisted, disappearing before the CSA officer arrived.
Jesus questions Harvard report
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I quite like this and it contains some good jokes, but I get the feeling somehow that there's an even better story struggling to emerge from it - it doen't seem to have a clear direction at present. Have some stars to be getting on with, as an encouragement.
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