A priest and a nun are caught up in a blizzard of a snowstorm. After some time, they come upon a small cabin and knock on the door. No one answers, but the door isn’t locked so they both go inside and make themselves comfortable. Being exhausted, they prepare to go to sleep. There is a pile of blankets and a army cot but only one bed.
Being polite, the priest says, “Sister, you sleep on the bed and I’ll sleep on the army cot.”
Just as the priest was fluffing up a pillow, the nun says, “Father, I’m cold.”
He gets up from the uncomfortable army cot, gets a blanket and puts it on her.
Once again, he gets as cozy as he can on the cot, and starts to drift off to sleep when the nun once again says, “Father, I’m still cold.”
He gets up again, puts another blanket on her and gets back into the army cot.
Just as his eyes close, she says, “Father, I’m really so very cold.”
This time, he remains there and says, “Sister, I have an idea. We’re way out here in the wilderness where no one will ever know what happened. Why don’t we pretend we’re married?”
The nun says, “That’s okay by me!”
To which the priest yells out, “Get up and get your own blanket!”