Little Known Jewish Holidays
|September 28, 2011||Posted by billyrob under pop culture||
The one day a year when Jewish fisherman everywhere
go out to catch all the gefilte fish needed for the entire year.
The day of the year when all Jewish men
try and fix something around the house.
The next day when a handyman comes to do the job correctly.
This pre-Passover Holiday commemorates the day
The Unleavened Bread Lobby (UBL) forced Jews to have a holiday
that would increase the sale of Matzoh.
The day all 16-year-old Jewish “men” must decide
whether they want to be a doctor or a lawyer.
The one Sunday a year Jews do NOT eat Chinese for dinner.
Created to give all the tired Chinese workers a much-needed day off.
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