Facebook Haggadah

From Lori Green, a link that has little to do with romance novels, but everything to do with snort and Facebook and awesome. Zissen Pesach, y’all.

A Facebook Haggadah. My favorite: Hillel has sent you a sandwich – that right there is the best part of the seder, especially with red horseradish and my mother in law’s charoset.

No, I take that back. This is my favorite part:

Here endeth the Seder.

This year our ceremony still contains some time for reflection, and some ability to remain on the same topic for more than a minute or two.  But next year, may our ceremony be faster, divided into bite-sized chunks, and with each utterance no more than 140 characters.  And so we say together,

NEXT YEAR IN TWITTER

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  1. 1
    JoanneL says:

    LOL!
    25 things you didn’t know about me by God
    1. Guilty pleasure: Smiting people.

    I knew that!

    Peace & Prosperity to you and yours Sarah!
    (with the hope that your Rabbi doesn’t twitter)

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    ev says:

    A Twittering Passover. Interesting.

    Thankfully Easter is over Sunday and I can go back to my favorite fish stand for a sandwich on Fridays and not have a line a mile long.

    And all the candy goes on sale Monday.

    Yes, I have my priorities straight.

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    This was awesome (and tempting: the more children at our Seder, the shorter it seems to get).

    Chag Sameach!

  4. 4

    You use red horseradish for the Hillel sandwich?  Pfft.  Wusses.  If you want hair on your chest do it with slices of raw horseradish as we do.  I guarantee you will personally experience the pain and agony of the bitter herbs our ancestors ate.

    Fortunately there are the four glasses of wine to make the pain go away.[g]

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    SonomaLass says:

    Several of my Facebook friends shared this over the weekend.  I howled.

    I think my favorite part is

    Moses has taken the Which god are you? quiz. Moses is Osiris, God of the Dead. Dressed in white flannel gown, Osiris ruled over the Egyptians and taught them farming.
      God Note to self: This is getting really annoying. I have got to add a Commandment outlawing this stupid Which God Are You Quiz. I think I’ll word it broadly so that no one can possibly misunderstand my intentions, and I’ll put it right up front where they can’t possibly miss it.

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    Jessa Slade says:

    I’m always fond of references to J.B.S. Haldane.

    When asked “What has the study of biology taught you about the Creator, Dr. Haldane?”, he replied, “I’m not sure, but He seems to be inordinately fond of beetles.”

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    ksquard says:

    I love it! Too many favorites, though I’m with SonomaLass on the god quiz. Ha!

    So clever.

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    Marcy Arbitman says:

    You use red horseradish for the Hillel sandwich?  Pfft.  Wusses.  If you want hair on your chest do it with slices of raw horseradish as we do.  I guarantee you will personally experience the pain and agony of the bitter herbs our ancestors ate

    So right, Darlene! Hag Pesah!

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    Sabrina says:

    This made me howl.

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    Lori says:

    My niece sent me this via FB last week. I lost it, srsly. It is too funny!

    Raw horseradish? {{{Shudder}}} It’s all I can do to slice it and put it out on the plates. Blech.

    Hag Sameach to you!

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    Terry Odell says:

    Too funny.  Wish I’d found it last night.

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    DS says:

    So what are the bitter herbs?  The only thing I could think of was the early greens (poke sallet) that my grandmother used to cook up.  I did not think anything could be more bitter than that.

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    kinseyholley says:

    DS:

    thanks a lot.  you just unearthed some early taste memories I really didn’t need to remember.

    My daddy always said my grandmother also fed me squirrel when I was itty bitty.  I don’t remember the squirrel.  Couldn’t have tasted any worse than the poke sallet (some wag called it an East Texas “delicacy.”  Other than the poke sallet, the old lady cooked like God.

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