Moshe Waldoks

Yom Kippur Humor

Rabbi Moshe Waldoks, editor of the "Big Book of Jewish Humor," tells the tale of a Yom Kippur Ne'ilah service that will really hound you.

The Ever-Dying Art Of Jewish Humor

04/23/2012 - 20:00
Editor And Publisher

OK, so there are these three guys in the hospital, and they’re very bad off, and the doctor is making the rounds. He goes over to the first patient, a Catholic, and explains that there’s nothing more he can do medically for him and asks him his last wish.

“I’d like to see a priest and make a confession,” the man says.

The doctor says fine, and moves on to the next patient, a Protestant. And when the doctor asks him his last wish, the poor guy says, “I’d like to see my family and say good-bye.”

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