Dic­tio­nary of Jewish

  • From the Publisher
May 16, 2017

From the writer of the Aliyah Dic­tio­nary comes the new comedic work that received no sup­port from any rab­bi. Do not be wor­ried. In the Jew­ish bath­room read­er… Enclosed you will find the words and phras­es that are vital for liv­ing as a reli­gious Jew, as well as the words that are nec­es­sary for under­stand­ing the frum Jew­ish life expe­ri­ence. A work of pure com­e­dy, the read­er will walk away edu­cat­ed and laugh­ing. In David’s words: Jew­ish cul­ture is found in humor. It is up to you to deliv­er the mate­r­i­al in this book. So read with timing…You should have much enjoy­ment. That would make my par­ents very proud Exam­ples of bril­liance fill­ing these pages of nachis.

Kash­er­ing- The process of mak­ing some­thing kosher by risk­ing one’s life. See blow torch and rab­bi with boil­ing water.

White­fish- How a Jew­ish father and son bond. Sit­ting qui­et­ly side by side, eat­ing smoked fish together…Not fish­ing. Eat­ing. Jew­ish bonding.

Let us now bond with the Jew­ish peo­ple and join in the laughter.

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