Oh, that is great! I don't think I ever saw it posted online before. One of my musician friends was the first among us to discover it. That would have been back around 1975 or 1976. One of my favorite stories about Sri Ramakrishna was that back in the early days, he was still living in a village. And when he wanted to talk with a spiritual aspirant, sometimes the villagers would surround him and make private conversation difficult. He was known to tell ribald jokes, in order to embarrass the villagers. They would leave and then he would be free to speak with the aspirant. His chief disciple, Swami Vivekananda, told endless jokes. He also did impressions! One time, one of his disciples caught him in a room, reading the English humor magazine Punch, and laughing so hard that he had tears streaming down his face. (and of course, it is one of the most important spiritual works in Hinduism, so much much more than a source of a few fun anecdotes).