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Let's take a stroll down memory lane to Bar Mitzvah scarf Tallises, Yeshiva Shtenders and Egypt, for Purim’s sake, with the Kibbitzer's pictures of laughter from last month. We want to thank David Kilimnick for sharing his hand with us. We are sorry you have to see what happens when you use oven cleaner.
The most inspirational Makom I have ever seen. That’s how a Shtender should look. A podium with a closet on the table... The modern Shtender should reach the neck. The Yeshiva Bachurs should never have to bend when learning. Average Yeshiva Bachur height 5'4". Average Shtender 5'10"… The idea is to take up your Makom and whatever surrounding area you can with furniture. An office chair on rollers is the perfect addition, letting people know that is your side of the Beit Midrash. Pacing and knocking into people while they’re learning also helps.
When we were slaves in Egypt, everybody was wearing costumes, all the time. Look at them. No shame. Every day is Halloween... Apparently, that's a painting of Yitziyat Mitzrayim. Between us, they had the worst artists in Egypt. No attention to detail, they saw people in flat. It looks like the illustrator from South Park worked on that piece.
We want to thank the Jewish Heritage Center for this picture. After much research, we have finally come across the origins of the scarf Tallis. They forced it on the Bar Mitzvah boys when taking Simcha pictures, just in case a storm hit… As you can see, the Chazin in the middle refused to wear one, as it looked too foolish… I believe those kids were the foundation of the Jewish Mafia.
That is two seconds of oven cleaner, and I am scarred. When Pesach cleaning, be careful. The oven cleaner will take off a layer of grease from your oven, and your finger… I had to replantate my index finger last Pesach, after ensuring my kitchen was Kosher for the holiday. The picture does not capture the pain I am in. (We're sorry you had to see David's hand. It's a bothersome sight.)
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The Falafel of Etan
Israelis are very possessive of their falafel. Even when they have a shop, they don't like to share it… That's Etan. Standing over them while they eat. Making sure they don't run away with his falafel.