Gogh for it

Meet some little-known members of Vincent van Gogh’s family:

U Gogh Grandfather from Yugoslavia
Fla Ming Gogh Vincent’s bird-watcher grandmother
Winnie Bay Gogh A great-aunt who travelled the country in an RV
Where-diddy Gogh An uncle who was a magician
Verti Gogh The dizzy aunt
Cant Gogh An uncle who suffered chronic constipation
Way To Gogh The aunt who taught positive thinking
Gotta Gogh The little brother who ate too many prunes
Go Gogh The disco-loving sister
Stop N Gogh The brother who worked at a convenience store
Tan Gogh A cousin who was a champion ballroom dancer
Man Gogh Another cousin – one who loved fruit
Wells-far Gogh A nephew who drove a stage coach
Po Gogh Vincent’s bouncy little niece

Moses and the EIS

God called down to Moses and said, “I’ve got good news and bad news. Which do you want first?”

Moses replied, “Most merciful God, if I have brought you any favour, please give me the good news first.”

“Moses, the good news is that I’ve chosen you to deliver my people from bondage,” God answered. “I will force Pharaoh to release my children by causing years of pestilence in Egypt. There will be plagues of locusts and frogs and incredible devastation upon the land. Pharaoh’s armies will chase you as you try to leave, but do not fear because I will part the waters of the Red Sea to aid in your escape.”

“And the bad news?” Moses asked.

“You have to prepare the Environmental Impact Statement,” God replied.

With apologies to the writer of the Old Testament book of Exodus

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