3 responses to The Polish-Amish hybrid joke
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    Marcia
    Comment on The Polish-Amish hybrid joke (September 5th, 2008 at 07:18)

    Google “Hybrid Polish Amish Joke” and you are directed back to this page. Guess nobody else heard the joke either. :-)

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    Comment on Amish telling Polish jokes (September 8th, 2008 at 07:18)

    Amish telling Polish jokes

    Guess not Marcia–heard some more Polish jokes over the weekend, this time from the kiddos! They wanted to know what kind of jokes Polish people make. I told them ones about Russians and Germans. You tend to pick on your neighbors. Better than fighting with them!

    I actually read an article in a Polish magazine recently about stereotypes and jokes among the nations of Europe. It was interesting to read about who digs on who. National stereotypes/jokes seem to be a worldwide phenomenon. I always wondered why Poles got stuck with the rap of being not so bright, though. Especially when looking at the scientific heritage (Copernicus, Marie Curie-Skladowska, etc). oh well!

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    Ingrid
    Comment on The Polish-Amish hybrid joke (September 29th, 2009 at 18:50)

    Um… In case my name doesn’t make it obvious, I’m part Norwegian. So…

    Sven and Ole leave home for a vacation out of town. Walking down a city street, they see a shop window with a sign reading, “Dress Shirts — $3.00 Men’s Suits — $5.00.” Sven gets excited and turns to Ole, “Ole! Dis is our lucky day! Vee can buy all de clothes here vee can afford, go back home, sell dem for normal prices dere! Vee can buy tickets to come back here and do it again and again! Vee’ll get rich!” Ole thinks about it and agrees, so they enter the shop. Sven offers to buy a good number of shirts and suits, but the clerk refuses to sell them. Sven gets incensed. “You can tell vee’re Norveegian, can’t you! You look at us and say, ‘Ja, it’s more dumb Norveegians. I don’t sell to no dumb Norveegians.’ Vell, let me tell you! Vee got cash! Vee got civil rights and dis is descrimination!”

    The clerk looks at him very calmly and says, “No, this isn’t descrimination. This is a dry cleaner’s.”

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