Friday Videos Laugh at Pestilence

From many, many people came this link:

Orview it on YouTube.

This coming week is Passover, so many of us will spend the weekend cooking, cleaning, de-chametzing, and preparing for the great fiesta of overeating known as seder. If you’re celebrating, Happy Passover to you. And to everyone, have a crispy unleavened weekend!



Friday Videos

Comments are Closed

  1. 1
    Sarah W says:

    My uncle always told us kids about the Great Passover Platypus, who would leave matzoh balls under burning bushes for the children who didn’t find the afikomen.

    My aunts were not amused.

  2. 2
    Amanda says:

    Thanks for sharing this stuff. I reposted on my Facebook.

  3. 3
    jayhjay says:

    Love it!

    (ok, how appropriate that my spamword for an exodus post was Freedom35!)

  4. 4
    Carrie S says:

    Happy Passover everyone!  My pagan self is preparing to bite the heads of chocolate bunnies in the great chocolate bunny sacrifice of Spring.

  5. 5
    saltwaterknitter says:

    Happy Passover Sarah! Have a lovely weekend.

  6. 6
    Earthgirl says:

    So, my knowledge about Passover is very limited. I went to a seder once, but it was put on by my church by non-Jews for informational purposes. So we had the lamb and matzo and bitter herbs, but I wouldn’t exactly call it a festival of overeating. So at a real seder, do you have other dishes besides the traditional ones? Or do you just eat lots of the traditional things?

  7. 7
    JanG says:

    Chag Same’ach, Sarah.  Hope your kneidlach don’t sit in your stomach all week like cannon balls.

  8. 8

    Greetings from Jerusalem!  At supper Friday night with yeshiva students, wives, visitors and teachers, one of the top gun rabbis asked me if I felt authors had an obligation to write moral fiction.  It was a lively discussion—I referenced Christian Insp. romance, the process of getting to the HEA and morality in the heroes and heroines of my own books. Whew!  My son assured me my response was stellar and he was very proud I could rise to the occasion, jet-lagged and all.

    Chag kasher v’sameach Pesach to everyone out there celebrating the Festival of Freedom.

↑ Back to Top