A little Yiddish humor:
After winning an insane amount of money in the lottery, Morris and Yetta Greenberg decide to move to a very wealthy and upscale neighborhood. They buy a large house, and once they get settled in, they start meeting their new neighbors. They see that all of the neighboring homes have butlers. Wanting to fit in, they hire a very formal English buttler.
One morning, Yetta tells the butler “I’ve invited our dear friends, the Cohens, and our dear friends, the Schwartzes, to come and join me and my husband for lunch. Please have the dining room set for six places”. She continued, “I’m going out now, but I’ll be back before the Cohens and the Schwartzes arrive.”.
When Yetta returned, she checked the dining room, and to her surprise, there were ten places set. She called the butler into the dining room and asked the reason. He explained, “I had to adjust to number of settings. You see, while you were out, Mrs. Cohen called and asked me to give you a message. She said that I should tell you that she will be bringing the Blintzes and the Knishes.”.