Monday, August 22, 2016

A Joke to Start the Week - "A Missing Bicycle"


A new week is starting, so it's time for another joke. For this one we're bringing back Michael Hirsch, who has been featured as a Jewish Humor Central joke teller for a few months.

Today Michael, an investment advisor for individuals and institutions, gives us a clergy joke. 

Here's the setup: In a small town in the Midwest, a rabbi and a priest would go for a bike ride every Monday morning. One day the rabbi shows up and sees the priest sitting on a bench without a bike. And then...

Enjoy!

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5 comments:

  1. All these jokes have been recycled because they're good. But this is the first time I can remember that you have repeated an almost identical joke which you ran about a year ago (actually it was probably two years ago -- at my age when I think how far back something was I always have to double it!) Still a great joke, though!

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    1. It WAS two years ago. It was told by a member of the Old Jews Telling Jokes team of joke tellers. But it has since been removed from YouTube so this one is the only one of its kind available now.

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  2. I think it would be funnier if it was the rabbi's bike that was missing.

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