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Old 01-05-2009, 06:24 AM   #16
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Loved the Green Bay jokes, hate (hate, hate) blond jokes generally and on principle (being a person of that persuasion naturally), loved the religious jokes.

Sad thing is, I probably won't remember most of them. I have a bad memory for jokes.
I also love religious jokes.
Here's one.

Renee is a very caring lady who spends a lot of her spare time visiting and helping sick members of her synagogue. Her car is also well known in the community because itís decorated all over with lots of Hebrew decals and bumper stickers showing the Jewish charities she helps.


One day, as she is driving to one of the care homes she regularly visits, her car runs out of petrol and splutters to a stop. "Oy veh," she says to herself, "and just when Iím late."
Fortunately, she notices a petrol station only a few hundred yards away, so she walks to the station to get help. "Hi," Renee says to the man behind the till, "Iíve run out of petrol and Iím hoping you can lend me your petrol can. Iíll pay you for the petrol I use and Iíll return your can as quickly as possible."
The attendant replies, "Iím sorry, lady, but Iíve lent out my one and only can not more than 5 minutes ago. Iím expecting it back in about half an hour, so if you want, you can wait here for it."


But as sheís behind schedule, Renee goes back to her car to find something that she could use to fill with petrol. Then, what mazel (luck), she notices the bedpan she always keeps handy in case of patient need. So she takes the bedpan to the petrol station, fills it and carries it back to her car.


Two men are passing by and watch her pour in the petrol. One turns to the other and says, "If that car starts, I'm turning Jewish."
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