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    The United Nations conducted a worldwide survey with one single question:

    "Would you please give your opinion about solutions to the food shortage in the rest of the world?"

    The survey was a huge failure:

    * In Latin America, they didn't know what please meant ...
    * In China, they didn't know what opinion meant ...
    * In the Middle East, they didn't know what solution meant ...
    * In Europe, they didn't know what shortage meant ...
    * In Africa, they didn't know what food meant ...

    * In the United States, they didn't know what the rest of the world meant ...

    A Russian, a Pole, an American, and an Israeli are interviewed.
    The interviewer asks each, in turn, "Excuse me, what is your opinion on the current meat shortage?"
    The Russian replies, "What's an 'opinion'?"
    The Pole replies, "What's 'meat'?"
    The American replies, "What's a 'shortage'?"
    And the Israeli replies, "What's 'excuse me'?"

    A patient has a sore throat and goes to a doctor to get treatment for it.Doctor: Your tonsils gotta come out.Patient: I wanna second opinion.Doctor: Okay, you're ugly, too.

    A pollster was taking opinions outside the United Nations building in New York City. He approached four men waiting to cross the street: a Saudi, a Russian, a North Korean and a resident New Yorker. He asked, "Excuse me, I would like to ask you your opinion on the current meat shortage?" The Saudi replied, "Excuse me, but what is a shortage?" The Russian said, "Excuse me, but what is meat?" The North Korean replied, "Excuse me, but what is an opinion?" The New Yorker replied, "Excuse me, but what is 'excuse me?'"

    There is a big controversy these days concerning when life begins. In Jewish tradition the fetus is not considered a viable human being until after graduation from medical or law school.
    Q: What's the difference between an Irish wedding and an Irish funeral?
    A: One less drunk!
    Q: Why are there so many Italian men in New York named Tony?
    A: When they came over to this country, they had "To NY" stamped on their foreheads.
    A Russian, a Saudi, a North Korean and an American are walking down the street. A pollster stops them and asks, "Excuse me, what is your opinion of the meat shortage?" The Saudi replies, "Excuse me, what's a 'shortage'?" The Russian replies, "Excuse me, what's meat?" The North Korean replies, "Excuse me, what's an opinion?" Finally, the American replies, "What's 'Excuse me?'"
    Q: What do New Zealanders call a sheep in their back yard?
    A: A ride on lawn-mower.
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