A woman from the Midwest was visiting New York City for the first time. She was curious about Judaism (there being no Jews in the small town she called home) so she took a walk through a Jewish part of the city.

Well, while she was there she noticed that her watch had broken. She looked around for a place to get it repaired. All of the signs were in Yiddish, but she saw a store with a bunch of clocks and watches in the window, so she went in.

She said to the distinguished old man behind the counter, "Could you fix my watch for me, please?"

The man said "I don't fix watches. I'm a moile; I perform circumcisions."

The lady said, "Then why do you have all of those clocks and watches in your store window?"

The moile said, "And what should I have in my window, then?"

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