This has been around in various forms for many years…I think it sounds about right.
A freshman entering Bible College was asked what part of the Bible he liked best.
“Well, I like the New Testament best,” he answered.
“What book do you like in the New Testament?” the interviewer wanted to know.
“Oh, by far, I like the Book of Parables best,” the freshman replied.
“Would you kindly relate one of those parables to me?” the interviewer asked.
The freshman complied, saying, “Once upon a time, a man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell among thieves. And the thorns grew up and choked that man. And he went on and met the Queen of Sheba and she gave that man a thousand talents of gold and silver and a hundred changes of raiment. And he got in his chariot and drove furiously, and as he was driving under a big tree his hair got caught in a limb and left him hanging there.
“And he hung there many days and many nights and ravens brought him food to eat and water to drink. And one night while he was hanging there asleep, his wife, Delilah, came along and cut off his hair. And he dropped and fell on stony ground. And it began to rain, and it rained forty days and forty nights. And he hid himself in a cave. And he went out and met a man and said, ‘Come and take supper with me in my cave.’ But the man answered, ‘I cannot for I have married a wife.’ And the cave-dweller went out into the highways and byways and compelled people to come in.
“And he went to Jericho and he saw Queen Jezebel sitting high up in a window and when she saw him she laughed. And he said, ‘Throw her down.’ He said, ‘Throw her down again.’ And they threw her down seventy times seven. And of the fragments they picked up twelve baskets. And now what I want to know if, whose wife will she be on the day of resurrection?