Chapter 13: Reality Is Indivisible
I don’t want to leave you in this silence..
Mendel Kravitz is a fitness freak; he lifts weights and jogs five miles a day. One day, he is admiring his body in the mirror. He notices that he is really suntanned all over, except on his prick, so he decides to do something about it.
He goes to the beach, undresses, and buries himself in the sand, except for his prick which he leaves sticking out.
Two little old ladies are strolling along the beach, and one looks down and says, “There really is no justice in this world!”
“What do you mean?” her friend asks.
The first old lady says, “Look at that! When I was ten years old, I was afraid of it. When I was twenty years old, I was curious about it. When I was thirty, I enjoyed it. When I was forty, I asked for it. When I was fifty, I paid for it. When I was sixty, I prayed for it. When I was seventy, I forgot all about it.
“And now that I’m eighty, the damn thing is growing all over wild!”