Three men - a Protestant, a Catholic, and a Jew - were boasting about how each was the king of the castle at home. They agreed to put it to the test, to see who was really telling the truth.
A week later they met. The Protestant told the others: "When I got home I let my wife know who's the boss. I told her I expected a full three-course hot dinner waiting for me every night when I got home from work. She did exactly as I asked of her from the very first day."
The Catholic man: "I told my wife what I wanted for supper each night and she did exactly as I told her, right from the beginning."
The Jewish man: "I told my wife exactly what I wanted and how I wanted it served each day of the week. The first day I saw nothing. The second day I saw nothing. The third day I started seeing a bit out of my left eye."