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ETHNIC JOKE

EVERY AFTERNOON THREE IRISH WOMEN LEANED OUT THEIR FRONT WINDOWS
AND GOSSIPED AND WATCHED THE PASSING SCENE. A HOUSE OF ILL REPUTE
OPENED ACROSS THE STREET AND THE THREE WOMEN CONDEMNED EVERY MAN
THAT WENT IN. ONE DAY A MINISTER WENT IN AND THEY WERE AGHAST.
THEN A RABBI WENT IN AND THEY CONDEMNED HIM IN NO UNCERTAIN TERMS.
THEN ONE DAY A PRIEST CAME ALONG AND WENT IN. MRS. O'BRIEN SAID,
"MY GOD, ONE OF THE GIRLS MUST BE AT DEATH'S DOOR)"

Where learned: FLORIDA ; KEY BISCAYNE

Subject headings: IRIS

Date learned: 09-00-1981

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