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POLISH JOKE

Historical record from James Callow Folklore Archive.

TWO POLLACKS WENT TO TAKE A VOCATIONAL TEST. AFTER THE TEST, THE
FIRST ONE REMARKED THAT IT WAS A HARD TEST AND HE DIDN'T ANSWER MANY
OF THE QUESTIONS. THE SECOND ONE SAID THAT HE HAD THOUGHT IT WOULD BE
HARD BEFORE HE TOOK IT AND SO HE PICKED THE SMARTEST LOOKING PERSON
AT THE TEST TO SIT NEXT TO AND COPIED ALL HIS ANSWERS.

Submitter comment:

THE JOKE, OF COURSE, HERE IS THAT VOCATIONAL TESTS HAVE NO RIGHT OR
WRONG ANSWER BUT ARE DESIGNED TO TELL WHAT TYPE OF JOB YOU WOULD BE
BEST SUITED FOR.

Where learned: PENNSYLVANIA ; SAINT CLAIR

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Stupid man or woman
BELIEF -- Poli

Date learned: 00001960S

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