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jewish humour - from a jewish friend

  1. tarton

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    Two Jewish women, Ruth and Golda, were walking along the street. Ruth
    says to Golda, "My son, Irving, is finally getting married. He tells me
    he is engaged to a wonderful girl, but ...he thinks she may have a
    disease called herpes."

    Golda says to Ruth, "Do you have any idea what this herpes is, and can
    he catch it?"

    Ruth answers, "I don't know, but I am just so thrilled to hear about
    Irving's engagement. It's past time he's settled. As far as the herpes
    goes...who knows?"

    "Well," Golda says, "I have a very fine medical dictionary at home
    --I'll look it up and call you."

    So, Golda goes home, looks it up, and calls Ruth...,

    "Ruth, keinahurra (thank goodness!), I found it. Not to worry! It says:
    'Herpes is a disease of the gentiles.' "

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