Monday, September 2, 2013
Rosh Hashanah is only a few days away, but today is Monday, and that means it's time for another joke to start the week. These Monday jokes have been the most watched of our posts at Jewish Humor Central, and you can count on us to keep them coming.
Last week we were back at Kutsher's Resort in New York's Catskill mountains, performing our fifth and sixth shows there this season. We also had the pleasure of meeting some very interesting and funny guests with whom we shared good food, stories and jokes in the dining room.
Friday morning we found a quiet corner in the spacious lobby and recorded a few of the guests telling some of their favorite jokes, which we will be posting over the next few Mondays.
Today's joke teller is Rena Wilen, a 77-year-old retired social worker. Here's the setup:
Count Pataki was a very prosperous landowner. He had orchards, he had farms, he had fields, and his overseer was Moish. And then...
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