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Svimming

Svimming

Friday, 12 March, 2010 - 3:27 pm

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A hundred years ago, a Yid comes to America and works as a traveling peddler. One day in July he's walking down a New England road when he finds a cool country lake. He takes off his clothes and takes a dip when the country sheriff arrests him and throws him in jail.
The next morning he appears before the local magistrate.
"Sir, you have been arrested for trespassing. Didn't you read the sign? It says, 'Private Lake. No swimming allowed.'"
The Yid wouldn't hear of it. "Meester, you read de sign your vay and I read it my vay."
The sheriff was surprised. "Your way? How do you read the sign?"
The Jew answered. "It says: Private lake? Nooooo! Svimming allowed!"
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