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1) למה  הפרה  הלכה  לבית  הכנסת?


    כי  היא  רצתה  להתפלל  מוּוּוּוּוּוּוּסף.


גדליה  Gedalya Gerstle


                 Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

 

 

2) למה  אחשורוש  חצה  את  הכביש?


    ללכת  לארמון  שלו.


Miriam Luxenberg מרים


Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

      

 


3) ברווז  הלך  לחנות  כלים  ושאל  את המוכר:  “האם  יש  לך  אוכל  לברווזים?”  המוכר  ענה:  “לא”.  אחרי  שבוע  הברווז  חזר  לחנות  כלים  ושאל:  “האם  יש  לך  אוכל  לברווזים?”.  המוכר  ענה:  “לא,  ואם  אתה  תשאל  עוד  פעם  אחת  אני  אדפוק  לך  מסמרים  לרגליים.  אחרי  שבוע  הברווז  חזר  לחנות,  אבל  הפעם  הוא  שאל:  “האם  יש  לך  מסמרים?”  המוכר  ענה  “לא”.  אז  הברווז  שאל:  “האם  יש  לך  אוכל  לברווזים?”.


Moshe Pasternak משה


Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy


 


4) למה  התרנגול  חצה  את  הכביש?


    אני  לא  יודע,  תשאלו  את  התרנגול.


Alexander Stadtmauer יואל


Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy 


 


 


5) ילד:  “אני  חושב  שמרדכי  מת”


    ילדה:  “מה  פתאום?!  מרדי  חי”  (מרדכי)


Yaron Greenwald ירון


Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

 

6) למה  הכלב  חצה  את  הכביש?


    כי  התרנגול  לא  פה  היום.


 


Kayla Safren קיילא


Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy


 


 


7) למה  התרנגולת  לא  חצתה  את  הכביש?


   היה  בצד  השני  של  הכביש.KFC    כי  


 


Max Kirshblum מרדכי


Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy


 


8) מה  ההבדל  בין  פיל  לפסנתר?


    פסנתר  אפשר  להפיל  אבל  פיל  אי  אפשר  לפסנתר.


Leeshy Lichtman לישי


 Joseph Kushner Hebrew Academy

 

 

 

 


 


 


 

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About the Author: Dr. Ari Korenblit is a licensed psychotherapist in private practice, a graphologist/handwriting expert and a Supreme Court-certified document examiner. He can be contacted at 212-721-4608 or dr.arikorenblit@gmail.com.


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