The Lighter Side October 2021

A Sign from the Accountant An organized crime boss found out that his bookkeeper, Yuri, has cheated him out of $10 million. He had hired Yuri as his bookkeeper because he was deaf, and he would thus hear nothing and would be unable to testify against him in court. The boss went to confront Yuri Read More »

The Lighter Side August 2021

Re-elections Saul: Do you know why politicians try so hard to get re-elected? David: Because they want to implement their great ideas? Saul: No. Because they would hate to have to make a living under the laws they passed. Jack V. Grazi   The Farmer’s Fruit The matchmaker told Rochelle that there were two men Read More »

The Lighter Side July 2021

Hair Style Humor One day, while having coffee in an Upper East Side café, two elderly women were overheard talking. First woman: "What did you do to your hair? It looks like a wig!" Second woman: "Actually, it is a wig." First women: "Really?! You'd never know it." Jack V. Grazi   Worth Stewing Over Read More »

The Lighter Side June 2021

Pie in the Sky Rabbi and Rebbetzin Jacobson invited their new neighbors, the Applebaums, for Shabbat dinner. Not wanting to go empty handed Mrs. Applebaum baked an apple pie and brought it over. Rebbetzin Jacobson appreciated the gesture and happily served it at the Shabbos table. But when dessert came and she took a bite, Read More »

The Lighter Side May 2021

Moving a Moose Two city slickers decided to go moose hunting in the backwoods of British Columbia. As it happened, they lucked out and caught a moose. Unfortunately, though, they were about a mile from their truck and were having a tough time dragging the animal by the hind legs back to the van. Suddenly, Read More »

The Lighter Side April 2021

What Daddy Does Richie: “Hey Tommy, what does your daddy do for a living?” Tommy: “My daddy's an accountant and he works from home.” Richie: “That’s cool.” Tommy: “What does your daddy do?” Richie: “My daddy's a Congressman in Washington.” Tommy: “Honest?” Richie: “No, just the regular kind.” Michael L. The Prize Donkey Harry moved Read More »

The Lighter Side March 2021

No Matzah for You! It was Passover and two Jewish attorneys, Saul and David, who worked downtown met at a food court to have lunch. Saul and David proceeded to produce matzah sandwiches from their briefcases and began to eat. One of the waiters in the food court marched over and told them, "You can't Read More »

The Lighter Side January 2021

A Soldiering Tip In appreciation for the assistance and warm welcome received from the local community, the colonel decided to hold an open house for all the residents of the town at the new army base. After demonstrating a short drill with soldiers in formation, a grand tour of the base was given, followed by Read More »

The Lighter Side December 2020

The Important Job This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did. Somebody got angry about this, because it was Everybody's job. Everybody thought Anybody could Read More »

The Lighter Side November 2020

The Greatest Wish Rupert, Dale, and Bubba, three middle-aged friends who never really made much of themselves, were sitting around complaining about the sorry state of their lives, when suddenly, an angel appeared and promised to grant each one of them a single wish. Rupert immediately said, “I wish I were the President.” In an Read More »

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