What’s a Hipster?
“What’s a hipster?” little Shmuli Rothstein asked his mother.
“Well…someone who wears something to look different,” Shmuli’s mother said. “For example, they’ll often buy clothes in thrift shops and wear thick glasses.”
“OK,” answered Shmuli, “So Zadie is a hipster?”
Esther is having a chat with her friend. "Becky," she says, "did you know that your husband Moshe is always bragging about you? He says that you never get angry with him, you never raise your voice to him, and you never ever complain about him. So tell me already. How do you manage to do that? I certainly couldn't do that with my David."
"It's easier than you think," replies Becky. "Here's what I do. Whenever I'm angry with Moshe, I just go upstairs and clean the toilet. And my anger instantly ceases."
"So how on earth does cleaning the toilet help you?" asks Esther.
"I use his toothbrush, that's how."
For her 50th birthday, Miriam Epstein told her husband Moishe, "I’d love to be eight again." So that Sunday, Moishe prepared Miriam a heaping stack of chocolate-chip pancakes, her favorite childhood breakfast. Then he took her to the playground’s merry-go-round. They finished the day with a banana split.
"So how did you enjoy being a kid for a day?" Moishe asked.
"Great," Miriam said. "But when I said I wanted to be eight again, I meant my dress size."