"I don't like his girlfriend!" Rosh fumed.
"Well, he does!" objected Isha, "And, he's entitled to his own choice without deserving your anger."
"Bribing God?" Rosh had overheard her, "He laughs at prayers like that!"
"What's wrong with me showing some gratitude if He hears and answers my prayers?" Isha flared.
"Pregnant?" Mrs. Maid was incredulous, "She can't be! She has never ever been left alone with a man! Have you Missie?"
"No mother!" the daughter had turned white, "I've never even kissed a man!"
"No! No!" answer da tower, "Wus your altitude, an where your location?"
"Pierre say, "Man, rat now ah got a positive attitude, an ah'm from Thibodeaux, Laweezeeanna!"
"Yea," Rosh hesitated, "but he's got his driving license now. If an independent assessor has given the green signal, and I stop him now, I become the bad guy. Also, I don't really want him to doubt his ability."
"I was reading of a young man once," she replied, "who had just gotten his driving license."
When the Chief got on the radio, the cop told him that he'd stopped a limo doing over a 100 in a 50 mph zone.
"So bust him," barked the Chief.
"Render unto Caesar," he waved her away, "the things that are Caesar's, and unto yourself whatever else is left."
"Is that right," she raged, "I'll render unto you a caesarean share all right. I do your shopping from tomorrow."
"God has never forsaken me", he answered, "He provides for the insects, for birds, for animals, for trees. He has always provided for me. And, he will continue to provide."
"God helps those who help themselves", she whispered, "Trust in God, but keep your powder dry."
He respectfully approached the man walking the dog and said, "I am so sorry for your loss, and this may be a bad time to disturb you, but I've never seen a funeral like this. Whose funeral is it?"
"Did you hear what Jahanpanaah just said?" he asked the guard.
The guard nodded.
"Then go and fetch him at once," the attendant ordered.