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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. 

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.

They asked the Frenchman what he wanted.

“Good French wine and and a baguette,” he requested. So they gave it to him, he ate, and then they executed him.

Next was the Italian’s turn. “Give me a big plate of pasta,” he said. They brought it, he ate, and they executed him.

Then came the Jew. “Please bring me a big bowl of strawberries,” he said.

“Strawberries!!! They aren’t even in season!”

“So, I’ll wait…”

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