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  • The Brisket 🤣

    A young mother is preparing brisket one Friday for Shabbat dinner. Her little daughter watches with interest as she slices off the ends of the brisket before placing it in the roasting pan. 

  • If The Man Who Found This Is A Liar And A Thief 🤣

    A poor Jew finds a money clip with $700 in it. At his synagogue, he reads a notice saying that a wealthy congregant lost his money clip and is offering a $100 reward. 

  • The Complaining Congregant 🤣

    The new rabbi noticed an older congregant walk over to the synagogue president and demand rather loudly…

  • A 3,000 Year Old Mummy 🤣

    A famous Israeli archaeologist was digging in the Negev when he discovered a mummy – a highly unusual occurrence. 

  • Dear Lord, Lend Me Strength To…🤣

    “Dear Lord, so far today, I haven’t gossiped, haven’t lost my temper, haven’t been greedy, grumpy, nasty, selfish, or over-indulgent. But…”

  • Shabbat With The Mayor 🤣

    In an effort to better understand his Jewish constituents, the Mayor reached out to a popular Rabbi. The Rabbi invited the Mayor to spend Shabbat at his home…

  • Praying for Rain 🤣

    Once in the old country, it hadn’t rained for months. Hunger was setting in, and the villagers were getting desperate. The Rabbi decreed that all the men would pray for rain on a nearby mountaintop.

  • The Debutante Ball 🤣

    An evening of polite conversation, proper dancing, and a bit of punch. Oh, no Jews.

  • The Secret To A Good Sermon… As Told By George Burns 🤣

    The secret to a good sermon… as told by George Burns.

  • The 100 to 1 Lemon Bet 🤣

    Big John bet 100 to 1 that nobody could squeeze a single drop out of the lemon…

  • Yeshiva University Offers a New Sport: Rowing 🤣

    Yeshiva University decides to offer a new sport: rowing. Unfortunately, the team loses one race after another. Though they train for hours every day, they always finish dead last.

  • Four Nuns Were About To Take Their Vows When…🤣

    Four novice nuns were about to take their vows, when four Hasidic Jews entered and sat in the front row. 


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