Reverend Boudreaux was the part-time pastor of the local Cajun Baptist Church, and Pastor Thibodeaux was the minister of the Covenant Church across the road.
They were standing by the road and both were pounding a sign into the ground that read:
As a car sped past them, the driver leaned out his window and yelled, “You religious nuts!”
From the curve in the road they heard screeching tires, and a big splash . . .
The Reverend Boudreaux turns to Pastor Thibodeaux and asks, “Do ya tink maybe da signs should jus say Bridge Out?”
by The Cajun Daughters
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