I found this little beauty while researching satire:
A KGB Officer goes twice to a man’s door asking if Rabinovich lives there. Each time the man tells him NO;
The third time, the KGB Officer arrives with a photo, which he holds up, saying, “This is Rabinovich and it is a picture of you; why did you tell me you didn’t live here?”
To which Rabinovich replies, “This, you call living?”
“J” is for Joke
…a long bow I know but I wanted something lighter today.
I found it in a footnote from “Humor, hostility and the psycho-dynamics of satire” by Susan Isabel Stein. Literature and Psychology 2000. Vol.46, Issue 4, while researching for the post Satire it just isn’t funny