One bitterly cold winter night in 1939, a London streetwalker named Sybil slipped inside a church to get warm, and she heard a preacher talking about sin and forgiveness and redemption. Sybil was inspired to make a career change, and soon afterward she opened a fish and chip shop.
Business was good until the war broke out, and then times got rough. One day a sign appeared in the front window of Sybil’s shop:
Thanks to Hitler
The fish are littler.
A few weeks later another sign appeared:
Thanks to Hess
The chips are less.
Two months later Sybil’s shop was boarded up. This time the sign in the window read:
Thanks to Göering
I’ve returned to my former profession.