Originally Posted by treky
I don't get it.
The word "stud" can mean a sexually active man, which is what the priest wanted to be, and it also means a rhinestone. It also means a piece of support wood, which allows for this alternative punchline:
"The other priest will be harder to find. He's a two-by-four in a condo in Aspren."
If the priest asks to be a "cool" stud, the punchline can go like this:
"The other priest will be harder to find. He's a bolt on a snow tire in Detroit."
Because a stud can also be a screw holding a tire in place.