Is this music to your r ears, or what?

[The following tale was shared with me by a new Audiogon member who is, unfortunately, too shy to pass it on to the readers here, himself/herself. Since I am not stricken with a similar pulchritudinous morality, I will do the posting.]

A newlywed couple wanted to join a church. The pastor told them, “We have special requirements for new parishioners. You must abstain from sex for one whole month.”

The couple agreed and, after two-and-a-half weeks, returned to the Church. When the Pastor ushers them into his office, the wife is crying, and the husband is obviously very depressed.

“You are back so soon...Is there a problem?” the pastor inquired.

“We are terribly ashamed to admit that we did not manage to abstain from sex for the required month,” the young man replied sadly.

The pastor asked him what happened.

“Well, the first week was difficult. However, we managed to abstain through sheer willpower.

The second week was terrible, but with the blessings of prayer, we managed to abstain. However, the third week was unbearable. We tried cold showers, prayer, reading from the Bible...anything to keep our minds off carnal thoughts.

One afternoon, my wife reached for a CD and dropped it. When she bent over to pick it up, I was overcome with lust and had my way with her right then and there,” admitted the man, shamefacedly.

“You understand this means you will not be welcome in our church,” stated the pastor.

“We know.” said the young man, hanging his head, “We're not welcome at Tower Records, either.”

Close to the same line: A woman marries a Catholic man. One night she wants to have sex and he says, "I can't it's Lent." She says, "Well to who and for how long?"
Here is a hint to your friend: Do not tell the pastor that you had sex. Just tell him that you were pokin' around in Tower Records that day - no lies told.