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D SQDRN 97th IOTC
25th Mar 2018, 17:14
What’s the point in asking them?

SpringHeeledJack
25th Mar 2018, 18:46
To make the point to others that you already know the answer ? And therefore edumacate 'em whilst appearing to be unknowing.

MFC_Fly
25th Mar 2018, 19:10
Well done D Sqn, you got your bite :D:D:D

cavuman1
25th Mar 2018, 20:14
One of my best high school friends was of the Jewish faith. He was very funny and possessed of a burgeoning intelligence. One day I asked him why Jews usually answered a question with a question. His immediate reply: "Why not?" :}

- Ed

ExXB
25th Mar 2018, 20:27
Well is a bear catholic? Does the pope sh*t in the woods?

HHornet
26th Mar 2018, 11:18
Well is a bear catholic?
Does the pope sh*t in the woods?

Does a bear sh*t in the woods?
As one smart alec said to me. ...... No, not if it is a polar bear!

funfly
26th Mar 2018, 11:41
Have you always beaten your wife?

Espada III
26th Mar 2018, 14:01
One of my best high school friends was of the Jewish faith. He was very funny and possessed of a burgeoning intelligence. One day I asked him why Jews usually answered a question with a question. His immediate reply: "Why not?" :}

- Ed

When I was a child I was known for 'talking with my hands', a trait similar to my grandfather. One day my mother asked him (in a rhetorical way) why I might do so and he responding by spreading his arms wide whilst saying 'I have no idea....!'

Null Orifice
26th Mar 2018, 16:27
Have you always beaten your wife?

Have you stopped beating yours?:eek:

NRU74
26th Mar 2018, 21:10
One of my best high school friends was of the Jewish faith. He was very funny and possessed of a burgeoning intelligence. One day I asked him why Jews usually answered a question with a question. His immediate reply: "Why not?" :}

- Ed
One of my favourite Jewish questions asked was:
Q:What’s two and two ?
A:Are you buying or selling ?

Chesty Morgan
26th Mar 2018, 21:33
Jewish quandary. Free ham.

Bull at a Gate
27th Mar 2018, 01:27
Seriously? antisemitism is suitable is it? And no, I'm not Jewish.

Ascend Charlie
27th Mar 2018, 03:29
Oh dear, Bull is offended on behalf of somebody else.

Better delete the whole Friday Jokes in case he gets offended on behalf of blondes, Irish, old people, horses with long faces, and those who are offended by making jokes about people being offended.

Lighten up, Francis.

WingNut60
27th Mar 2018, 03:30
Seriously? antisemitism is suitable is it? And no, I'm not Jewish.

Stereotyping? Yes, probably.
Poor taste. Yep, that as well.
Antisemitism? Not really. Where's the vilification?

Pinky the pilot
27th Mar 2018, 05:09
The most hilarious Jewish jokes I have ever heard were told to me at the Gliding Club Bar one evening by a bloke with the surname of Cohen.:ooh:

Chesty Morgan
27th Mar 2018, 06:34
Seriously? antisemitism is suitable is it? And no, I'm not Jewish.

Dunno about any of that but a Jew told me that joke. At least they have a sense of humour.