The Bartender


A bar is located across the street from a school for the hearing
impaired. Every evening after classes, members of the faculty come
into the bar and have a drink. They use sign language to talk and
sometimes their conversations become quite intense.

One afternoon a group of the teachers are sitting at a table and
are being overly rambunctious in their sign language: their hands
are held high, and they are swaying back and forth.

The bartender becomes quite agitated and says to one of his
customers sitting at the bar, “Now they’ll never go home.”

“What do you mean?” asks the customer.

“You can’t get them out of here once they start singing!”

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