Jewish Punctuation

Mr Jones comes to Fink's Drycleaners to have his clothes pressed. He brings them in and leaves. The next day he returns, and sees a sign that says, "My name is Fink, what do you think. I press clothes for nothing." So Jones picks up his clothes and starts to leave without paying.

Fink then stops Mr. Jones, "Sir, why didn't you pay me?"

In his defense, Jones says, "Your sign reads 'My name is Fink and what do you think, I press clothes for nothing.'"

Fink responds, "You must not be Jewish. You have to say it with the right intonation. It's like this: My name is Fink, what do you think, I press clothes for nothing????"

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