Your special, sir

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roda

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Aug 30, 2010, 9:33:21 AM8/30/10
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Rabbi Landau has always been secretly sad that he's never been able to
eat pork. So one day, he flies to a remote tropical Island and books
into a hotel. “No one will find me here,” he said to himself. On the
first evening, he goes to the best restaurant and orders the ‘roast
pork special’. While he’s waiting, he hears someone call his name.
Rabbi Landau looks up and sees one of his congregants walking towards
his table. What unbelievably bad luck – the same time to visit the
same restaurant on the same island!
Just at that moment, the waiter puts on his table a whole roasted pig
with an apple in its mouth and says, “Your special, sir.” Rabbi Landau
looks up sheepishly at his congregant and says, "Would you believe it
- you order an apple in this restaurant and look how they serve it!"

Cyberbilly

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Aug 31, 2010, 12:22:15 PM8/31/10
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A rabbi and a priest were sitting side by side on an airplane. They
struck up a conversation and the discussion eventually evolved into
talking shop.

The priest asks the rabbi "Rabbi, tell me. Have you ever eaten pork?"

The rabbi says "Yes, but just one time to see what the big deal was
all about."

Later the rabbi asks "Father, have you ever 'been with' a woman?"

The priest says "Yes. It was back in my college days before I got the
calling and took my vow of celibacy."

The rabbi says "It's better than pork, isn't it?"

-CB

DAS

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Sep 1, 2010, 9:14:08 AM9/1/10
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This exactly the problem for this group. Nihil novi sub sole, or whatever
the Talmud said in Hebrew before the Romans.

Anyway, all jokes were put on earth by aliens a long time ago.

DAS

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Cyberbilly

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Sep 3, 2010, 11:36:26 PM9/3/10
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On Sep 1, 9:14 am, "DAS" <nob...@nospam.co.uk> wrote:
> This exactly the problem for this group.  Nihil novi sub sole, or whatever
> the Talmud said in Hebrew before the Romans.
>

Care to translate for those of the Gentilian persuasion? :-)

-CB

Axel Kielhorn

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Sep 4, 2010, 2:30:34 AM9/4/10
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Cyberbilly <wvmo...@yahoo.com> wrote:

Nothing new under the Sun^WOracle.

Axel

Jon Robertson

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Sep 5, 2010, 2:21:19 AM9/5/10
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NOTHING IS NEW UNDER THE SUN FROM A GENTILE TO A GENTILE
p\s learn from the JEWS they have the TORAH and IT IS TRUE .Noahide.com

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mecej4

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Sep 5, 2010, 5:53:24 PM9/5/10
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She actually wrote in Gentilian, not Hebrew:


Latin: Nihil novi sub sole
English: Nothing new under Sun.

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Ray Butterworth

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Sep 11, 2010, 7:06:16 PM9/11/10
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The pre-Latin (and pre-Talmud) original was in Hebrew though,
as written 3000 years ago by King Solomon in Ecclesiastes 1:9.

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