The best of the Pope quits jokes from twitter

Tom Winnifrith Monday 11 February 2013


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Obviously at our Celtic Italian restaurant in Clerkenwell, Real Man Pizza Company. we are all devout Catholics. Well up to a point. But we wish his Holiness an enjoyable retirement anyway. As for twitter, its verdict was not always quite so charitable

You know that the economy is bad when even God is laying people off.

The Pope is resigning. He will soon be known as Ex-Benedict.

Text from Prince Charles: “Pope Benedict XVI is standing down to give someone younger a chance at leading a Church. Just saying.”

Nope Benedict

#Pope makes good on #Vatican poker night joke, gives up papacy for lent.

So the Pope is resigning. Is it something we did?

You all read it wrong. The Pope is RE-SIGNING. $10M, 5 year extension.

Vatican? More like Vatican’t.

Sad. Another guy losing his job because of his Twitter addiction.

This seems as good a time as any to repeat a joke I made up last year: How does the Pope pay for his eBay purchases? Papal.

I would make a pope joke but they’re already in mass.

The Pope is hardly the first person to lose interest in their real job so soon after joining Twitter.

Uh-oh, His Holiness the 14th Dali Lama has updated his skills on Linkedin.

Has Dan Brown just pulled off the greatest PR stunt in history for his new book?

I may not be chosen to be the next #Pope but it’s an honor just to be nominated.

The pope’s resigned…? Did NAZI that coming.

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About Tom Winnifrith
Tom Winnifrith is the editor of When he is not harvesting olives in Greece, he is (planning to) raise goats in Wales.
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