Monday, January 12, 2015
A big shout out to our readers who are making Mondays the days when Jewish Humor Central gets the most views and the most new subscribers. Of course we know the reason --- it's the Joke to Start the Week.
We've been running this feature every Monday for two and a half years. At first we didn't expect to find enough jokes to keep posting one every week. But there seems to be no limit on Jewish jokes, so we'll keep it going as long as we can.
Most of the jokes are video clips from the treasure chest of Old Jews Telling Jokes, but we've also included jokes from other sources and video clips that we recorded ourselves with volunteer joke-tellers at lectures and programs that we've presented at resort hotels and retirement communities.
We'll be doing Jewish humor programs and lectures in Deerfield Beach, Florida in February, and inviting joke-tellers to share some of their favorites with our readers on future Mondays.
Today's joke is an oldie but goodie told by Harold Zapolsky, a 79-year-old retired Physics professor.
Here's the setup: This businessman has been traveling through Europe, and his train stops in Zurich, Switzerland. He knows he's got three hours to make his next connection. So he figures he'll walk around the town for a little bit. So he gets off the train and takes a look at his watch, and then...
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