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    A man walked (один человек пришел: «вошел») into a lawyer's office (в адвокатскую контору) and inquired (спросил, осведомился) about the lawyer's rates (о расценках, сколько берет) .
    "$50.00 for three questions (за три вопроса) ," replied the lawyer (ответил адвокат) .
    "Isn't that awfully steep? («разве это не ужасно дорого»; steep — высокий, крутой) " asked the man (спросил этот человек) .
    "Yes," the lawyer replied, "and what was your third question? (а каков ваш третий вопрос) "

    A man walked into a lawyer's office and inquired about the lawyer's rates.
    "$50.00 for three questions," replied the lawyer.
    "Isn't that awfully steep?" asked the man.
    "Yes," the lawyer replied, "and what was your third question?"

    Isn't that awfully steep?



    A Jewish lady calls the newspaper (звонит в газету) and asks for the obituary section (отдел некрологов) .
    The obit guy asks (парень из отдела некрологов спрашивает) , "What can I do for you? (что я могу сделать для вас = чем могу помочь») "
    "I'd like to place an obituary (я хотела бы поместить некролог) ."
    "Awright (= all right — хорошо, ладно: «все в порядке») , how would you like it to read? (как бы вы хотели, чтобы он звучал: «читался») "
    "Irving Cohen died (умер) ."
    "That's it? (это /все/) Irving Cohen died?"
    "That's it."
    "But you get four lines in the obit (но у вас четыре строчки для некролога) . It's included in the price (это включено в цену) ."
    "All right. Irving Cohen died… Cadillac for sale (кадиллак на продажу = продается кадиллак) ."

    A Jewish lady calls the newspaper and asks for the obituary section.
    The obit guy asks, "What can I do for you?"
    "I'd like to place an obituary."
    "Awright, how would you like it to read?"
    "Irving Cohen died."
    "That's it? Irving Cohen died?"
    "That's it."
    "But you get four lines in the obit. It's included in the price."
    "All right. Irving Cohen died… Cadillac for sale."

    What can I do for you?
    It's included in the price.

    An old Jewish man and a young Jewish man are traveling on the train (старый еврей и молодой еврей едут в поезде) .
    The young man asks (спрашивает) : "Excuse me, what time is it? (извините, который час) " The old man does not answer (старик не отвечает) .
    "Excuse me, sir, what time is it?" The old man keeps silence (хранит молчание) .
    "Sir, I'm asking you what time is it. Why don't you answer?! (почему вы не отвечаете) "
    The old man says: "Son (сынок) , the next stop (следующая остановка) is the last on this route (последняя на этом маршруте) . I don't know you (я тебя не знаю) , so you must be a stranger (значит: «итак» ты, должно быть, не здешний; strange — чужой; странный) . If I answer you now (если я тебе сейчас отвечу) , I'll have to invite you to my home (мне придется пригласить тебя в мой дом) . You're handsome (красивый) , and I have a beautiful daughter (а у меня красивая дочь) . You will both fall in love (вы оба влюбитесь, полюбите друг друга: «впадете в любовь») and you will want to get married (захотите пожениться) . Tell me (скажи мне) , why would I need a son–in–law (к чему мне будет такой зять: «зачем я бы нуждался в таком зяте») who can't even afford a watch? (который даже не может позволить себе /купить/ часы) "

    An old Jewish man and a young Jewish man are traveling on the train.
    The young man asks: "Excuse me, what time is it?" The old man does not answer.
    "Excuse me, sir, what time is it?" The old man keeps silence.
    "Sir, I'm asking you what time is it. Why don't you answer?!"
    The old man says: "Son, the next stop is the last on this route. I don't know you, so you must be a stranger. If I answer you now, I'll have to invite you to my home. You're handsome, and I have a beautiful daughter. You will both fall in love and you will want to get married. Tell me, why would I need a son–in–law who can't even afford a watch?"

    Excuse me, what time is it?
    I can't afford that.
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    The first Jewish President (первый еврейский президент = первый еврей, ставший американским президентом) calls his mother (звонит своей матери) in Queens (- район Нью–Йорка) and invites her for Chanukah (и приглашает ее на Хануку) .
    "I'd like to (я бы хотела, я бы с удовольствием) ," she says, "but it's so much trouble… (но это такая проблема: «такое беспокойство») First (во–первых) , I have to get a cab (мне нужно взять такси) to the airport, and I hate waiting (терпеть не могу ожидание; to hate — ненавидеть) on Queens Boulevard…"
    "Mom! I'm President of the United States! I'll send Air Force One! (я пришлю спец. самолет /ВВС/; force — сила) "
    "Yes, but when we land (но когда мы приземлимся) I'll still have to carry my luggage (мне все еще = все равно придется нести мой багаж) through (через) the airport… And try to find (попытаться найти) a cab… And you know what holiday crowds are like… (а ты знаешь, что такое: «на что похожи» праздничные толпы) "
    "Mom! I'll have a helicopter pick you up! (у меня будет вертолет, чтобы подобрать тебя) You'll go straight (ты отправишься прямо) from the plane to my front lawn! (с самолета на мою переднюю лужайку = перед домом) "
    "I don't know… (не знаю) I'd still need a hotel room (мне все равно будет нужен номер в гостинице) . And hotels are so expensive… (так дороги) and they're not like they used to be… (не такие, как были раньше) "
    "Ma! You'll stay at the White House! (ты остановишься в Белом Доме) "
    "Well…" She thinks. "I guess (я думаю; to guess — угадать, отгадать; /амер./ считать, предполагать) , O.K." she sighs (вздыхает) , "I'll come… for you (я приеду… ради тебя) ."
    That afternoon (в тот же день /после полудня/; noon — полдень) , she's talking on the phone (она говорит по телефону) with one of her friends (с одной из своих подруг) . "What's new? (что нового) " The friend asks.
    "I'm visiting my son for Chanukah (я поеду в гости к сыну на Хануку) ."
    "The doctor?"
    "No… the other one (нет, к другому) ."

    The first Jewish President calls his mother in Queens and invites her for Chanukah.
    "I'd like to," she says, "but it's so much trouble… First, I have to get a cab to the airport, and I hate waiting on Queens Boulevard…"
    "Mom! I'm President of the United States! I'll send Air Force One!"
    "Yes, but when we land I'll still have to carry my luggage through the airport… An try to find a cab… And you know what holiday crowds are like…"
    "Mom! I'll have a helicopter pick you up! You'll go straight from the plane to my front lawn!"
    "I don't know… I'd still need a hotel room. And hotels are so expensive… and they're not like they used to be…"
    "Ma! You'll stay at the White House!"
    "Well…" She thinks. "I guess. O.K." she sighs, "I'll come… for you."
    That afternoon, she's talking on the phone with one of her friends. "What's new?" The friend asks.
    "I'm visiting my son for Chanukah."
    "The doctor?"
    "No… the other one."

    I'd like to, but it's so much trouble.
    And hotels are not like they used to be…
    What's new?

    Morris comes home to find his wife (приходит домом и застает: «чтобы найти» свою жену) , Sadie, crying (плачущей) . "I found out (узнала; /to find–found–found — найти/) from Mrs. Goldberg that you've been having an affair (что у тебя связь) with that chippy secretary (с той жалкой секретаршей; chippy — зазубренный /о ноже/, обломанный /о посуде/; /амер. жарг./ потаскушка) in your office.
    Why would you do that to me? (почему ты так поступил со мной)
    Haven't I always been the good wife? (разве я не была всегда хорошей женой) I've cooked for you (готовила для тебя) , raised your children (растила твоих детей) , and I've always been by your side (и всегда была рядом с тобой) for thirty–five years (в течение 35 лет) . What haven't I done to make you happy? (чем ты недоволен: «что я не сделала, чтобы сделать тебя счастливым») "
    Embarrassed (смущенный) , Morris confesses (признается) , "It's true (это правда) , Sadie, you've been the best wife a man could hope for (ты была лучшей женой, на которую мужчина мог бы надеяться) . You make me happy in all ways (во всем: «всеми путями = способами») but one (кроме одного) . You don't moan (не стонешь) when we have sex!"
    "If I moaned when we had sex, you'd stop running around?! (перестал бы ходить на сторону: «бегать вокруг») All right (хорошо, ладно) , come to the bedroom (пройди в спальню) so I can show you (чтобы я могла показать тебе) that I, too, can moan during sex! (что я тоже умею: «могу» стонать во время секса) "
    So they retire (итак, они удаляются) to the bedroom, get undressed (раздеваются) , and climb between the sheets (забираются в постель: «между простынями») .
    As they begin to kiss (когда они начинают целоваться) , Sadie asks (спрашивает) , "Now, Morris, should I moan now? (ну, сейчас мне стонать: «должна я стонать сейчас») "
    "No, not yet (нет еще) ."
    Morris begins fondling (ласкать) Sadie.
    "What about now? (а сейчас: «как насчет сейчас») Should I moan now?"
    "No, I'll tell you when (я скажу тебе, когда) ."
    They begin to make love… (они начинают заниматься любовью)
    "Is it time for me to moan (/уже/ время для меня стонать) , Morris?"
    "Wait (подожди), I'll tell you when."
    Moments later (несколько мгновений спустя) , in the heat of passion (в пылу страсти) , seconds before reaching climax (за несколько секунд до достижения оргазма; to reach — достигать) , Morris yells (орет) , "Now, Sadie, moan! MOAN!"
    "OY! You wouldn't believe! (ты не поверишь) what a day I had (ну и денек у меня был сегодня: «какой я имела денек»; to moan — стонать; жаловаться) "

    Morris comes home to find his wife, Sadie, crying. "I found out from Mrs. Goldberg that you've been having an affair with that chippy secretary in your office.
    Why would you do that to me?
    Haven't I always been the good wife? I've cooked for you, raised your children, and I've always been by your side for thirty–five years. What haven't I done to make you happy?"
    Embarrassed, Morris confesses, "It's true, Sadie, you've been the best wife a man could hope for.
    You make me happy in all ways but one. You don't moan when we have sex!"
    "If I moaned when we had sex, you'd stop running around?! All right, come to the bedroom so I can show you that I, too, can moan during sex!"
    So they retire to the bedroom, get undressed, and climb between the sheets.
    As they begin to kiss, Sadie asks, "Now, Morris, should I moan now?"
    "No, not yet."
    Morris begins fondling Sadie. "What about now? Should I moan now?"
    "No, I'll tell you when."
    They begin to make love…
    "Is it time for me to moan, Morris?"
    "Wait, I'll tell you when."
    Moments later, in the heat of passion, seconds before reaching climax,
    Morris yells, "Now, Sadie, moan! MOAN!"
    "OY! You wouldn't believe what a day I had!"

    You wouldn't believe what a day I had!
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    The rabbi and the priest met (рабби и священник встречались /to meet–met–met/) every Sunday at 2 PM in the park (каждое воскресенье в 2 часа после полудня в парке) to talk over the week's event set (побеседовать о «наборе» событий за неделю) . They rode their bicycles (они приезжали на велосипедах /to ride–rode–ridden/) to a special bench (скамейка) every Sunday for twenty years (в течение двадцати лет) .
    One Sunday the rabbi got to bench exactly (прибыл к скамейке точно) at 2 and waited and waited (ждал) . An hour went by (прошел час) and the priest was still not there (а священника все не было: «все еще не был там») .
    The rabbi rode home (домой) and called the priest on the phone (и позвонил священнику по телефону) . "Hey, Father, what happened? (что случилось) " The rabbi asked (спросил) . "For twenty years we've met at the park every Sunday, but today you didn't show up (но сегодня ты не появился) . What's wrong? (что случилось: «что не так, неверно»)
    "Well Rabbi," the priest explained (объяснил) , "after church (после церкви) today I went out to get my bike (я вышел взять мой велосипед) to meet you, but my bike was missing (пропал: «был пропавшим, отсутствующим») . I know it must have been (я знаю, это должен был быть) someone in my parish (кто–нибудь в моем приходе) who took it (кто взял его) . Rabbi, what should I do? (что мне делать: «что я должен сделать») "
    "Well, that's quite a dilemma (да, это, пожалуй, дилемма) , Father." The rabbi said thoughtfully (задумчиво) , "I'll tell you what you should do (я скажу тебе, что делать) . Next Sunday when you give your sermon (в следующее воскресенье, когда будешь читать: «давать» свою проповедь) , speak of the Ten Commandments (поговори о Десяти Заповедях) . When you get to the part about (когда дойдешь до места: «части» о) ‘Thou shall not steal’ (не укради) , look over your congregation (огляди свою паству) , and the person with the guilty look (с виноватым взглядом; guilt — вина) will be the one who stole (будет тот, кто украл /to steal–stole–stolen/) your bicycle."
    The following Sunday (в следующее воскресенье) at 2 the rabbi was already waiting for the priest (уже поджидал священника) .
    Promptly (точно) at 2 up rode the priest on his bike.
    "Well Father, my idea must have worked (моя идея, должно быть, сработала) ," the rabbi said.
    "Well, not quite (ну, не совсем) ," the priest intoned (пропел, произнес нараспев, протянул) . "I was going through the Ten Commandments as you suggested (я проходил через Десять Заповедей, как ты посоветовал) . But when I got to the part about ‘Thou shalt not commit adultery’ (не прелюбодействуй) ," I remembered (вспомнил) where I left (где я оставил /to leave–left–left/) my bike."

    The rabbi and the priest met every Sunday at 2 PM in the park to talk over the week's event sat. They rode their bicycles to a special bench every Sunday for twenty years.
    One Sunday the rabbi got to bench exactly at 2 and waited and waited. An hour went by and the priest was still not there.
    The rabbi rode home and called the priest on the phone. "Hey, Father, what happened?" The rabbi asked. "For twenty years we've met at the park every Sunday, but today you didn't show up. What's wrong?
    "Well Rabbi," the priest explained, "after church today I went out to get my bike to meet you, but my bike was missing. I know it must have been someone in my parish who took it. Rabbi, what should I do?"
    "Well, that's quite a dilemma, Father." The rabbi said thoughtfully, "I'll tell you what you should do. Next Sunday when you give your sermon, speak of the Ten Commandments. When you get to the part about ‘Thou shall not steal’, look over your congregation, and the person with the guilty look will be the one who stole your bicycle."
    The following Sunday at 2 the rabbi was already waiting for the priest.
    Promptly at 2 up rode the priest on his bike.
    "Well Father, my idea must have worked," the rabbi said.
    "Well, not quite," the priest intoned. "I was going through the Ten Commandments as you suggested. But when I got to the part about ‘Thou shalt not commit adultery’, I remembered where I left my bike."

    What happened?
    What's wrong?
    What should I do?
    Well, my idea must have worked.
    Well, not quite.

    A carpenter (плотник) in Chelm is fixing the roof (чинит крышу) , but as he works (в то время, как он работает, работая) , he throws away (отбрасывает) about half the nails (около половины гвоздей) . The mayor is passing by (мэр проходит мимо) , and asks him why he's wasting so many nails (и спрашивает его, почему он тратит впустую так много гвоздей; to waste — расточать, тратить /впустую/) .
    The carpenter answers (отвечает) , "I take a nail out of the bag (я беру гвоздь из ящика) , and if it's facing the roof (и если он лицом = острием к крыше) , I use it (я его использую) ; if it's facing away (если в другую сторону: «прочь») , I know it's defective (я знаю, что он бракованный) and throw it away."
    The mayor tells him, "You fool! (дурак) Those are for the other side!! (те для другой стороны) "

    A carpenter in Chelm is fixing the roof, but as he works, he throws away about half the nails. The mayor is passing by, and asks him why he's wasting so many nails. The carpenter answers, "I take a nail out of the bag, and if it's facing the roof, I use it; if it's facing away, I know it's defective and throw it away."
    The mayor tells him, "You fool! Those are for the other side!!"

    You fool!

    The rabbi of Chelm and one of his students (и один из его учеников) were spending the night (проводили ночь /to spend–spent–spent — тратить, расходовать; проводить /время/) at the inn (в гостинице) . The student asked the servant (попросил слугу) to wake him at dawn (разбудить его на заре) because he was to take an early train (так как ему нужно было попасть на ранний поезд) . The servant did so (так и сделал) . Not wishing (не желая) to wake the rabbi, the student groped in the dark for his clothes (нащупал в темноте свою одежду) and, in his haste (в спешке) , he put on (надел) the long rabbinical gabardine (длинный габардин рабби — длиннополый кафтан из грубого сукна) . He hurried to the station (поспешил на станцию) , and, as he entered the train (когда сел: «вошел» в поезд) , he was struck dumb with amazement (онемел от изумления; struck — сражен /to strike–struck–struck/; dumb — немой) as he looked at himself (когда посмотрел на себя) in the compartment mirror (в зеркало купе) .
    "What an idiot that servant is!" he cried angrily (крикнул сердито) . "I asked him to wake me, instead (вместо этого) he went and woke the rabbi! (он пошел и разбудил рабби) "

    The rabbi of Chelm and one of his students were spending the night at the inn. The student asked the servant to wake him at dawn because he was to take an early train. The servant did so. Not wishing to wake the rabbi, the student groped in the dark for his clothes and, in his haste, he put on the long rabbinical gabardine. He hurried to the station, and, as he entered the train, he was struck dumb with amazement as he looked at himself in the compartment mirror.
    "What an idiot that servant is!" he cried angrily. "I asked him to wake me, instead he went and woke the rabbi!"

    I was struck dumb with amazement.
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    The rabbi was fed up (был пресыщен, ему надоела /to feed–fed–fed — кормить, питать) with his congregation (паства) . So, he decided to skip the services (итак, поэтому он решил пропустить богослужения) on Yom Kippur, the holiest day (самый священный день) on the Jewish calendar, and instead go play golf (и вместо этого пойти поиграть в гольф) .
    Moses (Моисей) was looking down from heaven (смотрел вниз с небес) and saw the rabbi on the golf course (и увидел рабби на гольфовом поле, на гольфовой дорожке /to see–saw–seen/) . He naturally (естественно) reported it to God (передал, сообщил это Богу) . Moses suggested (предложил) God punish (наказать) the rabbi severely (строго; severely [sI'vI@lI]) .
    As he watched (когда он посмотрел) , Moses saw the rabbi playing the best game (играющего лучшую игру) he had ever played! (которую он когда–либо играл) The rabbi got a hole–in–one (загнал мяч; hole–in–one — высшее достижение при игре в гольф) on the toughest hole (в самую трудную лунку; tough — тугой, плотный; трудный) on the course. Moses turned to God and asked (повернулся к Богу и спросил) , "I thought you were going to punish him (я думал, ты собираешься наказать его /to think–thought–thought/) . Do you call this punishment?! (ты называешь это наказанием) "
    God replied, "Who can he tell? (кому он может рассказать /об этом/) "

    The rabbi was fed up with his congregation. So, he decided to skip the services on Yom Kippur, the holiest day on the Jewish calendar, and instead go play golf.
    Moses was looking down from heaven and saw the rabbi on the golf course. He naturally reported it to God. Moses suggested God punish the rabbi severely.
    As he watched, Moses saw the rabbi playing the best game he had ever played! The rabbi got a hole–in–one on the toughest hole on the course. Moses turned to God and asked, "I thought you were going to punish him. Do you call this punishment?!"
    God replied, "Who can he tell?"

    "If I were Rockefeller (если бы я был Рокфеллером) ," sighed (вздохнул) the Hebrew teacher (учитель) , "I'd be richer than Rockefeller (я был бы богаче, чем Рокфеллер) ."
    His friend asked (его друг спросил) , "What do you mean? (что ты имеешь в виду) How could you be richer? (как бы ты мог быть богаче) "
    "I'd do a little teaching on the side (я бы еще немножко давал уроки побочно = подрабатывал бы уроками; side — сторона, бок) ."

    "If I were Rockefeller," sighed the Hebrew teacher, "I'd be richer than Rockefeller."
    His friend asked, "What do you mean? How could you be richer?"
    "I'd do a little teaching on the side."

    What do you mean?

    The time is the French Revolution (время — Французская революция) .
    Yossi lived in a small village (жил в маленькой деревне, в местечке) and one day (однажды) , his friend Roberto came to see him (его друг Роберто пришел навестить «повидать» его) after returning from a trip to Paris (после возвращения из поездки в Париж) .
    Yossi asked Roberto what was happening (спросил, что происходит) in Paris as he had heard (поскольку он слышал /to hear–heard–heard/) they were regularly using the Guillotine (/что там/ регулярно пускают в ход: «используют» гильотину) .
    «Yes, you heard right (ты правильно слышал) ,” said Roberto, «conditions there are as bad as can be (условия там настолько плохи, насколько возможно: «может быть») . They are chopping off people’s heads in their thousands (отрубают, оттяпывают людские головы тысячами) .”
    «Oy vay (о, горе — идиш) ,” moaned (простонал) Yossi, «what ever will happen to my hat business? (что же будет с моим шляпным бизнесом) ”

    The time is the French Revolution.
    Yossi lived in a small village and one day, his friend Roberto came to see him after returning from a trip to Paris.
    Yossi asked Roberto what was happening in Paris as he had heard they were regularly using the Guillotine.
    «Yes, you heard right,” said Roberto, «conditions there are as bad as can be. They are chopping off people’s heads in their thousands.”
    «Oy vay,” moaned Yossi, «what ever will happen to my hat business?”

    Сonditions there are as bad as can be.

    One day a Jewish Mother and her 8–year–old daughter (однажды еврейская мама и ее восьмилетняя дочка) were walking along the beach (шли вдоль берега, пляжа) , just at the water's edge (прямо у кромки воды) . Suddenly, a GIGANTIC wave flashed up (вдруг гигантская волна нахлынула) on the beach, sweeping the little girl out to sea (сметя маленькую девочку в море) .
    "Oh, God," lamented (застонала, жаловалась) the mother, turning her face toward heaven (поворачивая свое лицо к небу) and shaking her fist (потрясая кулаком) . "This was my ONLY baby (это был мой единственный ребенок) . I can't have more children (я больше не могу иметь детей) . She is the love and joy of my life (она любовь и радость моей жизни) . I have cherished every day (дорожила, наслаждалась каждым днем; to cherish — лелеять, дорожить) that she's been with me (который она была со мной) . Give her back to me (отдай мне ее: «дай обратно, назад») , and I'll go to the synagogue every day for the rest of my life!!! (и я буду ходить в синагогу каждый день всю оставшуюся жизнь; rest — остаток) "
    Suddenly, another GIGANTIC wave flashed up and deposited (вынесла) the girl back on the sand (на песок) .
    The mother looked up to heaven and said, "She had on a HAT!!! (на ней была шляпка) "

    One day a Jewish Mother and her 8–year–old daughter were walking along the beach, just at the water's edge. Suddenly, a GIGANTIC wave flashed up on the beach, sweeping the little girl out to sea.
    "Oh, God," lamented the mother, turning her face toward heaven and shaking her fist. "This was my ONLY baby. I can't have more children. She is the love and joy of my life. I have cherished every day that she's been with me. Give her back to me, and I'll go to the synagogue every day for the rest of my life!!!"
    Suddenly, another GIGANTIC wave flashed up and deposited the girl back on the sand.
    The mother looked up to heaven and said, "She had on a HAT!!!"

    Give it back to me!
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    Sadie goes to see her rabbi (идет навестить: «повидать» своего рабби) ; she complains (жалуется) about her very bad headaches (на очень сильные: «плохие» головные боли) . She whines (хнычет) , cries (плачет) , and talks about her poor living conditions (и говорит о своих жалких жизненных условиях) for hours (часами) .
    All of a sudden (вдруг, совершенно неожиданно) , Sadie shouts (выкрикивает) , overjoyed (вне себя от радости; joy — радость) , "Rabbi, your holy presence (ваше святое присутствие) has cured me! (излечило меня) My headache is gone! (прошла) "
    To which the rabbi replies (на что рабби отвечает) , "No Sadie, it is not gone. I have it now (теперь она у меня) ."

    Sadie goes to see her rabbi; she complains about her very bad headaches. She whines, cries, and talks about her poor living conditions for hours.
    All of a sudden, Sadie shouts, overjoyed, "Rabbi, your holy presence has cured me! My headache is gone!"
    To which the rabbi replies, "No Sadie, it is not gone. I have it now."

    My headache is gone!

    Benny is almost (почти) 32 years old. All his friends are now married (все его друзья теперь женаты) , but Benny just dates and dates (только ходит на свидания) .
    Finally, his friend asks him (наконец, его друг спрашивает его) , "What's the matter, Benny? (в чем дело, что происходит) Are you looking for the perfect woman? (ты ищешь совершенную женщину) Are you really that fussy? (ты действительно такой чудак, такой озабоченный; fussy — суетливый, нервный; вычурный, аляповатый; fuss — нервное, беспокойное состояние; суета) Surely you can find someone (наверняка ты можешь найти кого–нибудь) who suits you? (кто тебе подходит) "
    "No I just can’t (как раз не могу) ," Benny replies. "I meet many nice girls (я встречаю много милых девушек) , but as soon as I bring them home (но, как только я привожу их домой) to meet my parents (познакомить: «встретиться» с моими родителями) , my mother doesn't like them (моей матери они не нравятся) . So I keep on looking! (так что, поэтому продолжаю искать) "
    "Listen (послушай) ," his friend suggests (предлагает) , "why don't you find a girl who's just like your mother? (как твоя мать) "
    Many weeks go by (проходят) and again Benny and his friend get together (встречаются: «сходятся вместе») .
    "So, have you found the perfect girl yet? (ты уже нашел совершенную девушку /to find–found–found/) One that's just like your mother?"
    Benny shrugs his shoulders (пожимает плечами) , "Yes, I found one just like mum. Mum loved her right from the start (маме она понравилась с самого начала) and they have become good friends (и они стали хорошими друзьями = подружились) ."
    "So, do I owe (должен /пожелать/) you a Mazel Tov? (счастья — идиш) Are you and this girl engaged? (вы помолвлены) "
    "I'm afraid not (к сожалению нет: «боюсь, что нет») . My father can't stand her! (мой отец терпеть ее не может) "

    Benny is almost 32 years old. All his friends are now married, but Benny just dates and dates.
    Finally, his friend asks him, "What's the matter, Benny? Are you looking for the perfect woman? Are you really that fussy? Surely you can find someone who suits you?"
    "No I just can’t," Benny replies. "I meet many nice girls, but as soon as I bring them home to meet my parents, my mother doesn't like them. So I keep on looking!"
    "Listen," his friend suggests, "why don't you find a girl who's just like your mother?"
    Many weeks go by and again Benny and his friend get together.
    "So, have you found the perfect girl? One that's just like your mother?"
    Benny shrugs his shoulders, "Yes, I found one just like mum. Mum loved her right from the start and they have become good friends."
    "So, do I owe you a Mazel Tov? Are you and this girl engaged yet?"
    "I'm afraid not. My father can't stand her!"

    What's the matter?
    Are you really that fussy?
    Surely you can find someone who suits you.
    So I keep on looking.
    They have become good friends.
    I'm afraid not.
    I can't stand him!
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    A guy goes into confession (один «парень» идет на исповедь) and says to the priest (и говорит священнику) , "Father, I'm 80 years old, married (женат) , have four kids (у меня четыре ребенка) and 11 grandchildren (внуков) , and last night I had an affair with two 18–year–old girls (а прошлой ночью у меня было свидание с двумя восемнадцатилетними девушками; affair — связь) . I made love with both of them (я занимался любовью с обеими) twice (дважды) ."
    The priest said: "Well, my son (сын мой) , when was the last time you were in confession? (когда последний раз вы были на исповеди) "
    "Never Father (никогда, отец) , I'm Jewish (я еврей) ."
    "So then (ну тогда), why are you telling me? (зачем вы мне /это/ рассказываете) "
    "I'm telling everybody (/а/ я всем: «каждому» рассказываю) ."

    A guy goes into confession and says to the priest, "Father, I'm 80 years old, married, have four kids and 11 grandchildren, and last night I had an affair with two 18–year–old girls. I made love with both of them twice."
    The priest said: "Well, my son, when was the last time you were in confession?"
    "Never Father, I'm Jewish."
    "So then, why are you telling me?"
    "I'm telling everybody."

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    A plane is on its way to Houston when a blonde in Economy Class gets up and moves to the First Class section and sits down.
    The flight attendant watches her do this and asks to see her ticket. She then tells the blonde that she paid for Economy and that she will have to sit in the back. The blonde replies "I'm blonde, I'm beautiful, I'm going to Houston and I'm staying right here! "
    The flight attendant goes into the cockpit and tells the co-pilot that there is a blonde bimbo sitting in First Class who belongs in Economy and won't move back to her seat. The co-pilot goes back to the blonde and tries to explain that because she only paid for Economy she will have to leave and return to her seat.
    The blonde replies, "I'm blonde, I'm beautiful, I'm going to Houston and I'm staying right here! "
    The co-pilot tells the pilot that he probably should have the police waiting when they land to arrest this blonde woman who won't listen to reason.
    The pilot says "You say she's blonde? I'll handle this. I'm married to a blonde. I speak blonde. "
    He goes back to the blonde, whispers in her ear, and she says "Oh, I'm Sorry, " and she gets up and moves back to her seat in the Economy section.
    The flight attendant and co-pilot are amazed and asked him what he said to make her move without any fuss.
    "I told her First Class isn't going to Houston.
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    A woman got a problem with her closet door - it was falling every time a bus was passing by. So she called a repair man. The repairman comes and sees that indeed, the door falls out every time when a bus passes by. "OK, I am gonna see what is going on, just close the door behind me" and he steps into the closet. At that time the husband comes from work, opens the closet and finds the repairman. Husband: "What the hell are you doing here! " Repairman:"Well, you are not going to believe it, but I am waiting for a bus! "
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    When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly discovered that ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity. To combat the problem, NASA scientists spent a decade and $12 billion to develop a pen that writes in zero gravity, upside down, underwater, on almost any surface including glass and at temperatures ranging from below freezing to 300 C. The Russians used a pencil.

    ***

    On their way to getting married, a young couple is involved in a fatal car accident. They find themselves sitting outside the Pearly Gates, waiting for St. Peter to process them into Heaven. While waiting, they begin to wonder: Could they possibly get married in Heaven? When St. Peter shows up, they ask him. St. Peter says, 'I don't know. This is the first time anyone has asked that. Let me go and find out,' and he leaves.

    The couple sit and wait, and wait. Two months pass and the couple is still waiting. As they wait, they discuss that if they were allowed to get married in Heaven, what was the eternal aspect of it all. 'What if it doesn't work? ' they wondered. 'Are we stuck together forever? '

    After yet another month, St. Peter finally returns, looking somewhat bedraggled. 'Yes,' he informs the couple, 'you can get married in Heaven. '

    'Great! ' says the couple, 'But we were just wondering, what if things don't work out? Can we also get a divorce in Heaven? '

    St. Peter, red-faced with anger, slams his clipboard onto the ground.

    'What's wrong? ' ask the frightened couple.

    'OH, COME ON! ' St. Peter shouts, 'It took me three months to find a priest up here! Do you have any idea how long it'll take me to find a lawyer? '
    Те, кто эмигрирует из Украины, попадают в лучший мир еще при жизни.

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    Re: И смех и ... польза (адаптированные анекдоты на английском)

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    "Can you spare some change? " a beggar asks a passerby.
    "No, I know you're going to spend it all on vodka. "
    "No, sir, I don't drink. "
    "Then you'll gamble it away. "
    "No, I don't gamble either, sir. "
    "Well then, you're going to spend it on women. "
    "No, sir, I don't spend money on women. "
    "Okay," the passerby finally agrees, finally. "I'm going to give you 100 dollars, if you come with me. I want to show my wife an example of what can happen to a man who has no bad habits. "

    ***

    Arnold and his wife were cleaning out the attic one day when he came across a ticket from the local shoe repair shop. The date stamped on the ticket showed that it was over eleven years old. They both laughed and tried to remember which of them might have forgotten to pick up a pair of shoes over a decade ago.

    "Do you think the shoes will still be in the shop? " Arnold asked.

    "Not very likely," his wife said.

    "It's worth a try," Arnold said, pocketing the ticket. He went downstairs, hopped into the car, and drove to the store.

    With a straight face, he handed the ticket to the man behind the counter. With a face just as straight, the man said, "Just a minute. I'll have to look for these. " He disappeared into a dark corner at the back of the shop.

    Two minutes later, the man called out, "Here they are! "

    "No kidding? " Arnold called back. "That's terrific! Who would have thought they'd still be here after all this time. "

    The man came back to the counter, empty-handed. "They'll be ready on Thursday," he said calmly.
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