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A barber was giving a haircut to a minister and when he
went to pay for it, the barber said that there is no
charge for men of the cloth, so in turn the minister gave
the barber a bible. The barber gave a haircut to a priest
and told him the same so the priest gave him a rosary.
He cut the hair of a rabbi and the same applied so the
rabbi brought another rabbi.

Submitter comment: Also learned at a family reunion.

Where learned: VIRGINIA ; NORFOLK

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Jest Anecdote

Date learned: 00001980S

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