Here's a little joke for you. It's funny, but the sad part is, I heard it during, or should I say, in place of, a homily at Mass. (What was that again that Cardinal Ratzinger said about not making the Mass entertainment)?
A woman told her husband she was going out window shopping. Her husband reminded her not to buy anything they couldn't afford, since they were living on a shoestring budget, barely making ends meet. She assured him she would only window shop and not make any purchases. In a store window, she saw the most beautiful red dress she had ever laid eyes on. It would look perfect on her, she thought. "What's the harm if I just try it on?" she said to herself. She did just that, and when she left the store, she was carrying her new purchase home with her. Of course, her husband asked her what made her succumb to the temptation when he had expressly reminded her not to spend any money. She said it was just too tempting to pass up. The husband said, "That was the devil tempting you, and you know it. Didn't you say, Get thee behind me, Satan?"
The wife said, "Oh yes, of course I did. But the devil said, It looks good from behind, too."