Written by Zvi Hershcovich with Mendy Pellin
Drawing: Stephen E Hughes
Inspired by: Frum Satire
You may have seen Van Damme balancing on two Volvos (watch video below). If you think that’s epic, check out the Thanksgiving / Chanukah Split – forming Thanksgivukkah. The next time these two holidays collide into perfection is in the year 79811. Now THAT is truly epic!
Featuring a special guest appearance by: Zach Anner!
The Original (in case you missed it):
Here’s what the story of Abraham and Isaac would look like if Hollywood recreated the story. (At least this would be the directors cut.)
WARNING: DUE TO AN ABRAHAM SELF-CIRCUMCISION SCENE, THIS MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR THE UNCIRCUMCISED. VIEWER DISCRETION IS ADVISED.
Rabbis from around the world gathered in New York for an annual convention. Don’t let their shtetle-look fool you, some of these Rabbis can tweet! Here are some of our favorites from the convention.
Note: To understand some of these tweets, you must know three worlds: Kinus (convention); Chabad (the hasidic sect that these Rabbis belong to); Shluchim (another name to refer to the group of Rabbis who are ‘messengers’ for Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson OBM)
— Mendy Pellin (@MendyTV) November 3, 2013
— Harford Chabad (@HarfordChabad) October 31, 2013
— Benny Hershcovich (@hershky84) October 30, 2013
— Rabbi Chaim (@youngchabad) November 1, 2013
— Rabbi J. Eisenbach (@chabadNW) November 1, 2013
The main reason 4000 Chabad Shluchim fly to New York for the #kinus is to have one Friday a year when they dont need to prepare a sermon.
— Zvi Hershcovich (@cholentface) November 1, 2013
— Shmuli Evers (@Shmuli) November 3, 2013
— Rabbi Yossi Lazaroff (@AggieRabbi) November 3, 2013
— Rabbi Yossi Lazaroff (@AggieRabbi) November 4, 2013
— Benny Hershcovich (@hershky84) November 4, 2013
— SWProductions (@SWP_NY) November 4, 2013
— Mendel Rubin (@shabboshouse) November 3, 2013
— Jewbellish (@jewbellish) November 3, 2013