During a business meeting in a small southern mountain church, one of the deacons said, “Pastor, I think we need a chandelier for the church.”
“No,” replied another deacon. “I’m against it.”
“Why don’t you think we need a chandelier, Brother Deacon?” asked the pastor.
“Well, first, nobody in the church can spell it; second, nobody in the church can play it; and third, what this church needs above all else, is mo’ light!”
The Sourcebook of Humor, James C. Hefley, page 59