Thursday, May 6, 2010

TOMMY THE TORAH DISHES THE DIRT ON BAT MITZVAHS.



Just so you know, I’m heading off to one in Maryland. It’ll be one big Jew-fest for the entire weekend. Fear not, I'll bring along my iphone to document the whole trip. In the meantime here’s a crash course on what to expect at the celebration of a female entering Jewish puberty.








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11 comments:

  1. Ah the Bat Mitzvah... taboo to some Jews, mandatory for others.
    I always enjoy the ever embarassing torah reading by the pubescent kid. Priceless. Trying to look cool after that is a near impossibility. I guess that explains the way over the top parties.

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  2. 知足常樂~~有這麼好的文章,人生足矣~~哈哈.........................

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  3. Laughing out loud at the "opening gum and candy from her purse" and "games like 7 minutes in heaven" and....never mind, the whole thing had me roaring!

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  4. Darn, I missed out on the memory glass. It looks a lot better than most of my presents.
    Have fun.

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  5. P.S. No, swedish fish don't MAKE ME fart. I fart all the time, regardless. They just make for extra stink.

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  6. Do you not recall my "I Never Had a Bat Mitzvah" post? Thanks for rubbing in yet again. I've been traumatized being a boring Catholic with boring backyard confirmation party... That memory glass thing is funny because I think Italians do that with wine bottles! Fill them with stuff and stick a candle in them and melt the wax. Hmm, maybe that was just my relatives. Maybe we're secretly Jewish which makes me want that Mitzvah even more.

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  7. Thank you for the crash course, as a non Jew I needed to be educated!

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  8. It seems like every ceremony you folks have, somehow relates to food! Is that truly what it's all about?

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  9. I have that Crayola Caddie/Caddy thing, from when my kids were growing up.

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  10. I love how Ke$ha was recently paid $50,000 to sing two songs at a Bat Mitzvah.... When she finished her songs, she yelled out 'Happy Sweet 16!' I'm sure that made the 'new woman' feel awesome!

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  11. Wow, I want to attend one. If not to help out with the memory glass then to see how "7 minutes to Heaven" game is played.

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