Too Big A Kipah
A renowned secular Jew once decided to "observe the natives" by placing himself on the corner of a busy street in an Orthodox neighborhood of Jerusalem.
"Bist a yid (are you Jewish)?" asked an Orthodox youngster who wondered what a bareheaded person was doing in the area.
"Of course," answered the visitor in perfect Yiddish.
"Then where is your kipah head-covering?" asked the youngster.
"See the sky above?" was the sly response. "That is the covering of my head."
"That is too big a kipah," came the clever rejoinder, "for so small a head!"