Monday, May 27, 2013
It's Monday, Memorial Day. Not everyone is working today, but it's still a good day to start the week with a joke. Here's an oldie but goodie about a dinner in London. The joke teller is Paul Cohen, a 70-year-old salesman in printer management and veteran contributor to Old Jews Telling Jokes.
He says that his grandfather tried to come to America in 1912, but arrived late and missed the boat. Turns out this was a good thing. It was the Titanic.
Here's the setup for today's joke: A Jewish couple living in England happened to hit a very big lottery, and they bought the largest mansion they could in the highest-rent district of London.
They hired a staff of the most Anglo servants they could possibly have. One night they were leaving the house and told one of the staff, "James, could you make sure the table is set for four..." And then...
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