Friday, 2 December 2011

I Confess.


  1. Hee!Hee! That's the funniest confession I ever heard! Glad you "fessed" up about stealing the remote control...maybe a few other men on this planet will do the same after hearing this :)

    I bet priests really DO hear ridiculous confessions at times! Thanks for the laugh!

    By the way, my parents have "His" and "Her" remotes. Yes, it is a problem :)

  2. Hello Mary,

    So glad you enjoyed this confession. How do the "His" and "Her" remotes work? What if each person chooses a different channel?

    God bless.

  3. This is so funny, thank you for sharing Victor.....:-)Hugs

  4. My dad bought the extra remote and now they have TV wars :) My father thinks it's funny to change channels when my mom is watching a show! A few weeks back they both lost their remotes and they were in a panic - my mom even called me up to see if Michaela or my nephew hid them! Too funny! My dad probably hid them so he could watch the game and was more than likely pretending to be upset.

    I couldn't help but laugh at your "confession"! Good one, Victor!

  5. Hello Bernie,

    I'm so glad you've visited me again. And I'm pleased you enjoyed my confession.

    Hi Mary,

    I think it's funny that you can have two remotes controlling one TV. I didn't know you could do that. Perhaps I should buy a remote without anyone knowing about it and when they're watching TV I'd change channels without them realizing what is happening. Hey ... that's an idea for a new story I think. Thanx Mary.

    God bless you Bernie and Mary.

  6. You could always take the batteries out of the "her's" remote ;)

    God Bless.

  7. Hey Michael,

    This is a great idea. I'm really going to have some fun with the remotes. Thank you.

    God bless.

  8. Victor,

    I loved your confession! It's just as well my girls weren't listening this time. They'd get some funny ideas about what to confess!

    Just imagine if we all rambled on like that in the confessional. The priest would only have time to hear a few confessions each session. On the other hand, the confession queue (sadly) isn't ever very long and maybe the priest deserves a laugh every now and then. I've often thought what a depressing job it must be listening to confessions - all that sin. But also what a wonderful job cleansing all those souls.

    God bless!

  9. Hi Sue,

    It's difficult having to confess the same sins all the time. I asked the priest if I could have a standing order confession and he gives me the same penance - I phone him and he says "same penance"!

    He said "NO" and gave me an extra penance for suggesting it.

    God bless.



God bless you.