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We all receive jokes by email, but I've found a very large collection of Jewish jokes at a website called aWordInYourEye.com.  That website's creator, David Minkoff, has given permission for jokes on his website to be reproduced here.

Unless otherwise stated, all content shown here is:
From awordinyoureye.com.  Copyright © 2001-2014 David Minkoff



Seeing is Believing PDF Print E-mail
Written by David Minkoff   
Wednesday, 18 June 2014 00:00
One day, Moshe falls over in his garden and lands face first on top of a rose bush. Unfortunately, this causes him serious damage to his left eye and eventually results in a glass eye having to be fitted. And every night, Moshe has to put his glass eye in a glass of water by his bedside.

But one day, after Moshe has some shmaltz herring for supper, he wakes up at 1am with a terrible thirst. Feeling drowsy, he reaches for his glass of water and starts to drink, but immediately swallows his glass eye by mistake.

Next morning, Moshe goes to see Dr Frankel. After explaining what had  happened, Moshe is given some strong laxative by Dr Frankel with the instruction, "I want you to carefully watch your motions for the next few days."

"OK, doctor," says Moshe.

But nothing 'emerges' during the following four days, so Moshe goes back to see Dr Frankel. Dr Frankel immediately tells Moshe to drop his trousers and pants and lie face down on his couch. Dr Frankel then carries out a detailed rectal examination.

After two minutes of this, Moshe, still lying on his stomach, asks, "So doctor, can you see anything?"

"No Moshe, I can't see anything yet," replies Dr Frankel.

"That's funny," says Moshe, "I can see you very clearly!"
 
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