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  • 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. 

     

  • A Texan Was Driving Through Israel During Sukkot…

    A Texan was driving through Israel during Sukkot and began to feel thirsty.  Because of the holiday, he couldn’t find anything open. Then he noticed a sukkah.

  • An EL AL Holiday Flight

    As the holiday flight landed at Ben Gurion airport, the Captain announced: “Welcome to Israel! …”

  • The Parking Spot

    Meyer Davidovich was late for an important meeting, and couldn’t find parking. Two times, three times, four times he circled the block.

    “Please, Lord, please…”

  • An Interfaith Conference

    At an interfaith conference, a priest, a minister and a rabbi were asked, “What would you like people to say about you after you’ve died?” 

  • Will The Rabbi Try The Ham?

    A Jewish Rabbi and a Catholic Priest met at the town’s annual 4th of July picnic. Old friends, they began their usual banter. 

    “This baked ham is really delicious,” the priest teased the rabbi. “You really ought to try it…

  • Shabbos With A New Husband

    A rabbi dies. After some time has passed, the congregation encourages his wife Sarah to marry again. The only available candidate is Moishe the butcher. 

  • Last Meal And Testament

    Three men, a Frenchman, an Italian, and a Jew, were condemned to be executed. Their captors said they had the right to one final meal before dying. 

  • Are You Jewish?

    A woman on the F train turns to the man next to her. 

    “Excuse me,” she says, “but are you Jewish?”

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