n old lady who speaks no English, only Yiddish, goes into a department
store looking to buy some baby powder. She can't find any -
but suddenly spots a sales clerk wearing a kippa. "Yunger mann, kum aher" she calls ."Vu fint m'n der bebbe pooder? "
sales clerk responds --"Ich vil ihr veizen vu tsu geyen - ober ihr muz
geyen punkt azoy vi ich key , nor vi ich gey - nisht andres. Kum noch
mir un ich vil ihr veisen vu tsu geyen." And he starts down the aisle
with the old lady following. him.
Now -- this clerk happens to be very bow-legged, very noticeably bow-legged.
the old lady spots his bowed legs, she lets out a g'shrey -- "Ven ich
ken azoy geyen, volt ich nisht ge'daft kein bebbe pooder! "
That was funny! But having parents who spoke Yiddish around the house
when I was a kid, I know that ANYTHING spoken in Yiddish is always going
to be funnier!