Four friends are sitting in a restaurant in Moscow. for a long time, nobody says a word. Finally, one man groans, “Oy.”

“Oy vey,” says a second man.

“Nu,” says the third.

At this the fourth man gets up from his chair and says, “Listen, if you fellows don’t stop talking politics, I’m leaving!”

From The Big Book of Jewish Humor, 25th Anniversary, edited and annotated by William Novak and Moshe Waldoks.

 

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