A priest and a rabbi were sitting on a park bench.
After a little chit chat, the priest asked, “I know that, in your religion, you’re not supposed to eat pork… but have you really never even tasted it?”
The rabbi cocked his head and said, “I must tell you the truth. Yes I have, once when I was young and rebellious.”
The two sit in silence for a moment, rocking back and forth together with the motion of the train, then the rabbi asked a question of his own. “I know that in your religion, you’re supposed to be celibate… but…”
The priest nodded solemnly and said, “Yes, I know what you are asking, and yes, before I took my vows I did succumb to temptation.”
The two resumed their reading. There was silence for a while.
Then the rabbi peeked around his newspaper and with a twinkle in his eye asked, “Better than pork, isn’t it?”