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A little boy was walking down a dirt road after church one Sunday
afternoon when he came to a crossroads where he met a little girl coming from the
'Hello,' said the little boy
'Hi,' replied the little girl.
'Where are you going?' asked the little boy.
'I've been to church this morning and
I'm on my way home now.'
answered the little girl.
'I'm also on my way home from church.
Which church do you go to?' asked the little boy.
'I go to the Catholic church back down the road,' replied the little girl.
'What about you?' she asked.
'I go to the Baptist church back at the top
of the hill.' replied the little boy.
They discover that they are both going the same way ~ So they decided that
they'd walk together.
They came to a low spot in the road where spring rains had partially
flooded the road, so there was no way that they could get across to the other
side without getting wet.
'If I get my new Sunday dress wet, my Mom's
going to skin me alive,' said the little girl.
'My Mom'll tan my hide, too, if I get my new
Sunday suit wet,' replied the little boy.
'I tell you what I think I'll do,' said the little girl.
'I'm gonna pull off all my clothes and hold them
over my head and wade across.'
'That's a good idea,'replied the little boy.
'I'm going to do the same thing with my suit.'
So they both undressed and waded across to
the other side without getting their clothes wet. They were standing
there in the sun waiting to drip dry before putting their clothes back on, when
the little boy finally remarked:
'You know, I never realized before just how
much difference there really is between a