03
Feb

Polish Bank Joke

Back during the Solidarity days, I heard that the following joke was
being told in Poland:

A man goes into the Bank of Gdansk to make a deposit. Since he has
never kept money in a bank before, he is a little nervous.

What happens if the Bank of Gdansk should fail? he asks.

Well, in that case your money would be insured by the Bank of Warsaw.

But, what if the Bank of Warsaw fails?

Well, thered be no problem, because the Bank of Warsaw is insured by
the National Bank of Poland.

And if the National Bank of Poland fails?

Then your money would be insured by the Bank of Moscow.

And what if the Bank of Moscow fails?

Then your money would be insured by the Great Bank of the Soviet
Union.

And if that bank fails?

Well, in that case, youd lose all your money. But, wouldnt it be
worth it?

David-Fiske

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