Priest: [As if confessing someone] To what part of your body do you refer most often?

Young Man: To God.
[Confused by the reply, the Priest immediately shifts to a Swiss accent.]

Priest: [In Swiss accent] But that isn’t done any more. We no longer hear through that ear.

Antonin Artaud, The Spurt of Blood, translated by Ruby Cohn, in Theater of the Avant-Garde, 1890–1950, edited by Bert Cardullo and Robert Knopf