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Two bees meet at a local rosebush.

First Bee: You look horrible -- emaciated. Have you been getting enough to eat?

Second Bee: I know. Haven't been lucky. I'm practically starving.

First Bee: Hey! There's a Bar Mitzvah just a couple of hundred yards down the road. They always have plenty of flowers & a lot to eat. Try there

Second Bee: OK. I'll see what I can find (off he flies)

The following day they meet at the same rose bush

First Bee: Hey, you look a lot better. Did you find the Bar Mitzvah?

Second Bee: Yea! Boy what food!

First Bee: Hey, what are you wearing on your head?

Second Bee: Oh, that's a yarmulke. I didn't want those Jews to think I was a WASP

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