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Friday, 17 October, 2008 - 1:11 am

Hymie walks into his synagogue with a dog. The shammas immediately comes up to him and says, "This is a House of Worship, Hymie, you know you can't bring a dog in here."
"What do you mean I can't?" says Hymie, "Look at him, he's a Jewish dog."
The shammas then notices that the dog has a tallis bag round its neck.
Hyme then says to the dog, "Benjamin, daven for me."
The dog stands on his back legs and says, "Woof woof, woof," then opens the tallis bag, takes out a kippa and puts it on his head, exactly in between its ears.
"Woof, woof," says the dog who then pulls out a tallis and puts it round his neck.
"Woof, woof, woof," says the dog who then takes out a siddur and starts to pray, rocking from side to side.
"That's brilliant," says the shammas, "totally incredible. You must get him on TV and the movies and you could make millions."
"You speak to him then," says Hymie, "he wants to be a doctor." 
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