A close friend is reading a book by a Jesuit priest. I don't have the title/author with me, but I'll get it for a subsequent post. Anyway, the book includes this joke, which Jesuits have been familiar with for a while, I gather:
A woman comes to a Jesuit priest and asks whether there's any way she can determine how her very young son will turn out. The priest says, "Yes. Put a glass of milk, a glass of whiskey, and a book in front of him. See which one he grabs for first."
"What will that tell me?" the woman asks.
The priest answers, "If he grabs for the milk, he'll be interested in community service. If he grabs for the whiskey, he'll have a drinking problem. And if he grabs for the book, he'll be an intellectual--and probably argumentative, too."
"What if he grabs for all three at once?" the woman asks.
The priest answers, "Then he'll become a Jesuit."