Where’s the Beef?

David was in New York for a few days, taking out some of his clients for dinner at some of the city’s fine kosher establishments. Nearing the end of his trip, David was displeased with his order one evening and summoned the waiter.

"I want to know the meaning of this. Look at this piece of meat. Look at it. Last night I was here and I was served a steak more than twice this size."

"Where did you sit?" asked the waiter.

"What does that have to do with anything?” asked David. “If it matters, I think I sat by the window."

"In that case," smiled the waiter, "it makes perfect sense. We always serve customers by the window large portions. It’s called advertising."

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