Seymour was a good and pious Irishman, and when he passed away, the Lord Himself greeted him at the pearly gates of Heaven.
“Hungry, Seymour?” the Lord asked.
“I could eat,” said Seymour.
The Lord opened a can of tuna, and they shared it.
While eating this humble meal, Seymour looked down into hell and noticed the inhabitants devouring enormous steaks, pheasant, pastries, Guinness Stout and good Irish whiskey.
The next day, the Lord again asked Seymour if he were hungry, and Seymour again said, “I could eat.”
Once again, a can of tuna was opened and shared, while down below Seymour noticed a feast of caviar, champagne, lamb, truffles, 100year-old French brandy, and chocolates.
The following day, mealtime arrived and another can of tuna was opened.
Meekly, Seymour said, “Lord, I am very happy to be be in Heaven as a reward for the good life I lived. But, this is Heaven, and all I get to eat is tuna. In the other place, they eat like Kings. I just don’t understand.”
“To be honest, Seymour,” the Lord said, “for just two people, does it pay to cook?”