Harry Butz humor

Brad Stanton —  July 12, 2012 — 8 Comments

Chellaston Methodist Church

Harry Butz was a member of his Baptist church for so long no one wondered how his parents could name him that, they just sort of forgot about it. But when the Methodist church down the street met together with the Baptists for a celebration, the Baptist pastor forgot that he should explain things before he said from the pulpit to two ladies in the crowded church “Would the two ladies with Harry Butz come forward to the front, please?”

The two ladies looked extremely embarrassed and didn’t have the nerve to walk forward. After a bit of laughter from the crowd the preacher realized his mistake.


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