Two men, a priest and an atheist, were playing golf.
On the green of the first hole, the atheist lined up for a short two-foot putt, tapped the ball and watched as the ball slipped around the edge of the cup and didn’t go in.
“Dammit, I missed!” he exclaimed.
The priest then told the atheist that he shouldn’t curse, because God will punish the atheist for doing so.
On the second hole, the atheist tried a particularly aggressive chip shot to get the ball onto the green, and instead, it landed in a bunker.
“Dammit, I missed!” he shouted again, to which the priest again issued a warning about God punishing those who curse.
The round continued in much the same way, with the atheist continuing to exclaim “Dammit, I missed!” every time he hit an errant shot — which was quite often — and the priest continued to admonish him about God’s wrath.
Finally, they got to the 18th hole and the score is tied.
The atheist needed to make a two-foot putt in order to win. He tapped the ball, missed again, and again, he cursed his miss.
Before the priest can respond, the clouds in the sky open up, and a bolt of lightning shoots out and hits the preist, killing him instantly.
Then, from the cloud comes a loud voice…
“Dammit, I missed.”