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The Broken Watch
David’s watch is not working and he remembers seeing a little shop with clocks and watches in the window. So he goes to the shop to get his watch fixed.
"Can I help you?" asks Joseph, the owner.
"I would like my watch repaired," replies David.
"I'm sorry, but I don't repair watches," says Joseph.
"Well, how much for a new watch then?" asks David.
"I don't sell watches either," replies Joseph.
"You don't sell watches?" asks David in astonishment.
"No, I don't sell watches," replies Joseph.
"Clocks, you sell clocks don't you?" asks David.
"No, I don't sell clocks," replies Joseph.
David is getting exasperated and says to Joseph, "You don't repair watches and you don't sell clocks or watches. So what do you do then?"
"I’m a mohel," replies Joseph.
"Then why do you have all those clocks and watches in your window?" asks David.
"If you were a mohel," replies Joseph, "so tell me. What would you put in your window?"
mohel: the religious man who performs ritual circumcisions according to rabbinic regulations and customs