A young Jewish Mom walks her son to the school bus corner on his first day of kindergarten.
“Behave, my bubaleh” she says.
“Take good care of yourself and think about your Mother, tataleh!”
“And come right back home on the bus, schein kindaleh. Your Mommy loves you a lot, my ketsaleh!”
At the end of the school day the bus comes back and she runs to her son and hugs him.
“So what did my pupaleh learn on his first day of school?”
The boy answers, “I learned my name is Sammy.”
Moyshe couldn’t sleep one night. He was tossing and turning for hours. When his wife couldn’t take any more she asked him for an explanation. He told her that he owes Dovid from across the road 10.000$. He is supposed to pay it back the next day and he hasn’t got the money.
His wife got out of bed, opened up the window and screamed:”DOVID, DOVID!!” out the window, until the light in Dovid’s house lit up. She told Dovid that her husband doesn’t have the money which he owes him.
She returned to her bed and told her husband:” It’s all right you can go to sleep now. It is Dovid who won’t be able to sleep instead.
Jerry, a non-observant Jew, was telling his troubles to his friend Dave.
“My son graduated high school and traveled across Europe to find himself. He
ended up in Israel and started studying in a yeshiva. Now he keeps kosher,
won’t go anywhere on Saturdays, and wears his fringes out in public. He is
an embarrassment to me in front of my friends.”
Dave agreed that Jerry was in a tough predicament. Sometime later the two hooked up again and Dave asked Jerry if things were any better.
“Better?!” said Jerry.
“They have gotten much worse. My daughter also ended up studying in a Jewish seminary,
and now she is engaged to marry a Hasid! Could things get any worse than
“That really is tough”, replied Dave. He thought for a moment and said “Maybe you should check your mezuzahs
Today I received via e-mail a quite interesting page from the Yellow Pages during the times of the Talmud.
I am wondering whether this would be a real page if Antonio Meucci or Alexander Graham Bell (the inventors of the first telephone) would’ve existed during that time: