When young David was asked by his father to say the evening prayer, he realized he didn’t have his head covered — so he asked his little brother Henry to rest a hand on his head until prayers were over. Henry grew impatient after a few minutes and removed his hand.

The father said, “This is important, put your hand back on his head!”

Henry exclaimed, “What, am I my brother’s kippa?”

From Oy! The Ultimate Book of Jewish Jokes, by David Minkoff