A Get or A Bris

The judge had come to what he thought was the end of a settlement conference regarding a young orthodox Jewish couple who were getting a divorce.

When all appeared to be settled he asked "Is there anything else?"

The wife replied, "Yes! I need a 'get'."

"What?" said the Judge.

At that point the husband's attorney explained 'get' was a Jewish divorce and that his client had no objection of including that in the Judgment Of Divorce.

The soon to be ex-wife, realizing the Judge's lack of knowledge regarding the Jewish religion asked, "Judge, do you know the difference between a get and a bris?"

"No," said the Judge, "What is the difference?"

"With a 'get'," she explained "You get rid of the whole schmuck."

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