A priest and a rabbi are discussing the pros and cons of their various religions, and inevitably the discussion turns to repentance.
Rabbi Shimon Ben Gamliel explains Yom Kippur, the solemn Day of Atonement, a day of fasting and penitence, while the Father John tells him all about Lent, and its 40 days of self-denial and absolution from sins.
After the discussion ends, the rabbi goes home to tell his wife, Deborah, about the conversation, and they discuss the merits of Lent versus Yom Kippur.
Deborah turns her head and laughs.
The rabbi says, ‘What’s so funny, dear?’
Deborah’s response, ’40 days of Lent – one day of Yom Kippur…so, even when it comes to sin, the goyyim still pay retail…..’