Thursday, May 25, 2006

Is Humor The Best Antidote . . . .

for anti-Semitism? A friend emailed me this joke:
A man arrived from Europe at Ben Gurion International Airport with 2 large bags. The customs agent opens the first bag to discover it is full with money in different currencies. The agent asks the passenger, "How did you get this money?"

The man says, "You will not believe it, but I traveled all over Europe, and went into public restrooms. Each time I saw a man peeing, I grabbed his organ and told him: "Donate money to Israel or I'll cut off your [kibbles and bits] off."

The customs agent is stunned and mumbles:" Well...that's a unique and very interesting story...and what do you have in the other bag?"

The man says, "You wouldn't believe how many people in Europe do not support Israel."
I wonder if they laugh at this in Holland.