An Amish farmer walking through his field notices a man drinking from his pond, with his hand.
The Amish man shouts: "Trinken Sie nicht das Wasser, die Kuhe und die Schweine haben in ihm geschissen!"
The man shouts back: "I am a Muslim. I don't understand, nor do I care to understand your gibberish. Speak English, Infidel!"
The Amish man shouts back in English: "Use two hands, you'll get more!"
Moral(s) of the story?
He who gives an answer before he hears,It is folly and shame to him.
A man has joy in an apt answer,And how delightful is a timely word!
The heart of the righteous ponders how to answer,But the mouth of the wicked pours out evil things.
A gentle answer turns away wrath,But a harsh word stirs up anger.
Do not speak in the hearing of a fool,For he will despise the wisdom of your words.
Do not answer a fool according to his folly,Or you will also be like him.
Answer a fool as his folly deserves,That he not be wise in his own eyes.
Do you see a man wise in his own eyes? There is more hope for a fool than for him.
When a wise man has a controversy with a foolish man,The foolish man either rages or laughs, and there is no rest.