A Burial Plot

An old Jewish woman, on her 80th birthday, decides to prepare her last will and testament. She goes to the rabbi to show it to him and to ask him for advice on a few points, chief amongst them is her request that she not be buried in a Jewish cemetery.

"But why Mrs. Epstein?" the rabbi asks. "You don't want to be buried with the rest of our people?"

"No," Mrs. Epstein said resolutely. "I want to be buried at Bloomingdales."

"Bloomingdales?!" the rabbi said in disbelief.

"Yes. Then I'll be sure that my daughters will visit me at least twice a week!"


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