One day, a barber was cutting the hair of a Catholic Priest. When he was done, the Priest got up and was ready to pay the barber, but the barber refused payment, saying, “I don’t accept money from leaders of the Church.” The Priest insisted, but to no avail.
... The next day when the barber opened his shop, he found two apple pies on his doorstep.
Later on, the barber gave a haircut to a Jewish Rabbi. When he was done, the Rabbi got up to pay the barber, but again the barber refused payment, despite the insistence of the Rabbi. He said, “No, I don’t accept money from religious figures.”
The next morning, the barber found a dozen bagels on his doorstep.
The next time he gave a haircut to a Mennonite Minister, and the same thing happened - as the Mennonite Minister got up to pay for the haircut, the barber again refused payment.
The next day the barber opened his shop to find five Mennonite Ministers waiting for haircuts.
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