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Not Today

The class at school were being taught the parables and, as a novelty, were allowed to act them in a series of short sketches. When the minister paid one of his periodical visits he asked Wattie - who happened to be in the front row - which of the parables he liked the best.

    "The Prodigal Son" was the prompt reply.
    "Well" said the minister " in that case we'll just have that acted today."
    "No, sir" continued Wattie firmly "we canna dae it the day."
    "And why not, my boy?" enquired the visitor.
    "Weill" answered Wattie with a glance at the vacant seat beside him, usually occupied by the fatted calf, " ye see, sir, the cou's at the doctors!"

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