Jewish Humor

Emanuel goes back to his favorite antique shop. He’s finally decided to buy the lovely 19th century silver kiddush cup he saw there last week. As soon as he enters the shop, he goes over to Morris, the shop’s owner.

“OK,” he says to Morris, “I’ve decided to buy the kiddush cup. You said last week it was £125 so I’ve brought the cash with me.”

“I’m sorry,” says Morris, “but this lovely, exquisite kiddush cup is now £150.”

“I don’t believe it,” says Emanuel. “How can that be?”

“Well,” replies Morris, “it’s because the cost of materials and labour continue to rise.”

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