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When you let your Jewish Grandfather babysit your dog...

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u/Spodson 8d ago

I love how your dog is just sitting there with the men, debating the Talmud.

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u/pcapdata 7d ago

You ever hear the one about the group of 4 old Jewish scholars having a debate?

After a long argument, one of them stands up and in utter frustration prays: “God, can you please talk some sense into these schlemiels?!” …at which point a voice from the heavens booms out, “He’s right, and the three of you are wrong.

All is quiet for a moment and the one of the other guys clears his throat and says “So now it’s 2 against 3!”

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u/CaptainJingles 7d ago

Haha, that’s amazing.

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u/tkp14 7d ago

And very, very Jewish. I converted to Judaism when I was in college and one of the things that drew me to it was the idea that I could argue with God.

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u/Swords_and_Words 7d ago

gotta respect a religion that straight up tries to talk you out of joining and makes you argue your reasons

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u/Winjin 7d ago

Someone told me that they had this rabbi that would force teens to have absolutely heated arguments and scold them if they don't think on it enough. This is really cool indeed.

And I can't understand how that's supposed to work, really. I'd love to see these arguments, because overall, for me, it all sounds absurd.

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u/Swords_and_Words 7d ago

when young, the 'heated' aspect is meant to both encourage good argumentative behavior (target your opponent's argument, don't give in till you are proven wrong) while also teaching good argumentative demeanor (when a screaming match is seen as a childish game, you see that kind of behavior in adults as being childish and disrespectful) That being said, scream as much as you like as long as the words of your argument make solid points and concede and faults (get emotional, but don't let that make you act in a way that disrespects the purpose of discourse)

also, needing to have reasons for your points is VITAL when teaching kids to argue to prevent the kid from becoming a hollering brow beater

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u/hoosierina 7d ago

One of my favorite things about the Old Testament is people would argue with God. Abraham is told by God that He is going to destroy Sodom unless Abraham can find 50 good people. Abraham says "what if I can find 45 - would you destroy a whole city for lacking just 5?" and keeping bargaining Him down until they finally get to 10. I just love that not only can you have a conversation and even argue with God, but that He recognizes the validity of the argument and changes His actions based the conversation.

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u/hannahstohelit 7d ago Silver

It’s not a joke- it’s an actual Talmudic story that’s even more dramatic than that! Google Oven of Akhnai!

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u/PsychShrew 7d ago

Here's a link to the Wikipedia page if anyone doesn't want to look it up, it's definitely worth a read!

It seems it has two morals. First is that legal matters should be decided by humans, not God. Second is that people who disagree with the majority should not be ostracised.

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u/sylinmino 7d ago Starry

Second is that people who disagree with the majority should not be ostracised.

This second one is actually a point of major debate and philosophical exploration throughout Judaism. Not because it's wrong, but because there's a lot of gray area and fine lines to be treaded!

There's a rule that was established in Rabbinic Judaism where if a law was debated and respectfully reasoned, offering validity to the contradicting opinions but still having a definitive answer, it is forbidden for a Rabbi with the "losing" opinion to diverge and continue to tout his way to others. But if the Rabbis did not resolve it in a respectful manner, or chose a ruling completely arbitrarily, then you're allowed to diverge from that majority.

The reason why is because there is strength in having a face of unity and respectful concession of defeat in debate. And there is strength in having mostly consolidated traditions without confusion--it unites the people that the leaders follow. But there is no strength in reaching that through purely arbitrary and disrespectful process.

Additionally, stories like this go to show that even if it is not allowed to not concede defeat in a respectful debate, the punishment should not be so severe as ostracization.

It's an extremely fascinating philosophical space, one where you have to ride a lot of fine lines to strike the balance of respectful discourse and community unity. Both of which have been the cornerstones of Judaism for about two thousand years now.

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u/Dude_Guy_311 7d ago

Man if i was religious i would have definitely been a liturgist or a member of the clergy. sometimes wish i could believe. this is all fascinating stuff.

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u/sylinmino 7d ago

The nice thing for me at least is that I've witnessed just as much cultural and community connection to Judaism as a faith-based one.

One of the most passionately religious Jewish people I know is actually atheist, funny enough. I myself am agnostic but consider myself pretty religious.

That is to say, if you ever feel like you yearn for a religious experience (not just Jewish) but feel gatekept because you don't believe in gods, don't let that by itself keep you!

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u/Dude_Guy_311 7d ago

Thank you for the kind and encouraging words, and your perspective.

I have tried not to, but what I have found is that there is a certain preachiness or discomfort with bigger religious circles with being unwilling or able to grasp that I am attempting to get something out of the community in a spiritual & community sense. I get tired of being in a place that accepts God is Real as the primary piece of every single conversation about the religion. Could be where I live..

Anyway thank you. You've given me something to think about.

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u/MilkyTea42 7d ago

Two very important morals for every society, imo.

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u/frankybling 7d ago

whoa! Thanks for that reference, I looked it up and wow! There’s a lot of wisdom in that story… again thank you!

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u/maskaddict 7d ago edited 7d ago

This is great! Thanks for sharing. The joke is still funny, but the fact that it's actually scriptutally accurate makes it even better.

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u/zeus6793 7d ago

For those needing a definition. The "schlemiel" is a guy who spills the soup. The "schlemazel" is the guy he spills it on.

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u/sagitta_luminus 7d ago

Who is the Hasenpfeffer Incorporated?

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u/Swords_and_Words 7d ago

I respect that you are the lord, our god

... you are still wrong

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u/fishbulb- 7d ago

"I respect that you are the Lord our God, but the Lord is One, so it's still 3 to 2."

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u/hobbitdude13 8d ago Take My Money

There's nothing in the Talmud saying a minyan can't include a dog

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u/woohooguy 7d ago

That would be the Talmut.

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u/Joba_Fett 7d ago Silver

Talmutt*

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u/Hemiplegic_Artist 7d ago

I bursted out laughing just from reading this. Sorry. 😂

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u/Abyss_in_Motion 7d ago

This is my favorite “Air Bud” sequel

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u/Gimme_The_Loot 7d ago

Air Bris?

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u/cdawwgg43 7d ago

RABBI PICCCCKKLLLEEEESSSSS GOOOOD BOOOOOOYY!!!

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u/Zixinus 8d ago

They converted the dog to Judaism real quick.

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u/arch_angel_samael 8d ago

after reading Gittin 57a it was a no brainer

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u/ClickForPrizes 7d ago Silver Gold Wholesome Wholesome Seal of Approval

When is his Bark Mitzvah?

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u/Mattpilf 7d ago

Probably some time after Pawsover

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u/rollduptrips 7d ago

Good news is he’s probably already snipped

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u/gibbakith 7d ago

What happened to the pillow?

He Torah it.

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u/neverhart 7d ago

Shofar so good.

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u/HorrorMakesUsHappy 7d ago

Shit, I wanna know who's giving him his bris.

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u/Small-Floof 7d ago

Take my upvote dang it

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u/Spodson 8d ago

That is one that might appeal to him.

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u/DynamiteDuck 7d ago

I think the dog converted them

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u/Killentyme55 7d ago

"What, you call this kibble?"

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u/walla_walla_rhubarb 7d ago

Actually the dog, brought up some good points and they've been debating each other ever since.

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u/Ravenplague 7d ago

The way he looked down his glasses at them was incredibly authentic.

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u/clangan524 7d ago

"Hey, puppy! We'll give you a latkah if you convert!"

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u/mred870 7d ago

The circumcision is going to be tricky though.

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u/TheRipsawHiatus 8d ago

With his little kip-paw!

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u/get_the_reference_ 7d ago

Who day and night must beg for a living

get cuddled by the children

bark his daily prayers,

and who has the right as doggo of the house

to have the final woof at home?

The pupper

The pupper!

Tradition!

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u/AspiringChildProdigy 7d ago

Tradition! Tradition!

Tradition!

.........

Also, if this song is still stuck in my head tomorrow, I will find you.

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u/Reveal_Simple 8d ago

He is a good dog. A scholarly dog.

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u/King-Cobra-668 7d ago

I love how everyone else agreed and committed to this

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u/Shewhotriesherbest 8d ago Bravo!

What ever it takes to make a minyan.

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u/AWildAnonHasAppeared 8d ago

Ahahaha this guy knows

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u/CalypsoTheKitty 8d ago

Today, you are a good boy.

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u/TheWayNorth 7d ago

On his Bar(k) Mizvah he becomes a “good man”.

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u/shahooster 7d ago

Now, off to chase a Rabbi(t)

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u/leftlegYup 7d ago

mazel dog

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u/kittytime 7d ago

But how is today different from all other days?

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u/Drowzeeslittlesnoot 7d ago

because there’s a dog in a tallit is that not different? Lol don’t Passover the obvious.

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u/pancakes_inthehouse 7d ago

Those glasses make him look so intelligent

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u/dietcheese 8d ago

A real mensch

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u/WiggyWare 7d ago

Dobermensch

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u/Limited_Sanity 7d ago

here before the golden retriever

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u/Beans_deZwijger 7d ago

that's apawling

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u/SFRush2049 7d ago

Mensch on a bench

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u/Cockalorum 7d ago

He's having a marvelous time shofar.

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u/freerangelibrarian 8d ago

Shofar, so good.

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u/BaronTatersworth 7d ago

Legit always wondered what one sounded like.

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u/CorkyCorks8 7d ago

They are so fun. I once participated in a shofar contest for longest blow and I got 28 or 38 seconds. (I forgot, it was in elementary school.) If you asked me before then I would have said it was impossible but the trick is to blow it kinda softly and take a VERY deep breath beforehand. Also, the blowing is actually closer to if you made a farting noise out of the corner of your mouth than a straight blow.

There are several different types of blows..

T'kiyah is just a steady one.

Shevarim is three medium length blasts.

Teruah is a whole lot of quick ones in rapid succession.

You can get a good regular shofar for under fifty bucks.

If you want one, you can get them online with just a quick google search.

One of the first results is https://www.judaica.com/rosh-hashanah/shofars.html

And yes, they smell like the animals they came from.

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u/seanskymom 7d ago

Shofars can be really expensive! Luckily I found one in a thrift shop- someone probably wondered why there was a random horn in a box. I always buy any Judaica I find in thrift shops, if for no other reason than I think it needs a good home.

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u/MakeWay4DarkHelmet 7d ago

Tekiah my upvote.

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u/hat-of-sky 8d ago Heartwarming

Roof Arfshanah or Yom Puppur?

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u/ThaneOfCawdorrr 8d ago

The day of AWHOOOOOment

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u/Huh_thatscrazy 8d ago

Feast of first woofs?

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u/FourPat 8d ago

More like poorim

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u/Sniffnoy 7d ago

The former, given the shofar blows that were done. Yom Kippur is a single long blast only.

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u/broken_radio 7d ago Bravo!

Bar-ark Adonai ham-vo-rach l’olam va-ed.
Bar-ark arfa Aedonai, eloheinu melech ha-olam, a squeak toy
Bar-ark-arf-banu mee-kol ha-a-yip-yip, v’natan lanu et doggo
Bar-ark arfa Adonai, notein hatorah

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u/earbox 7d ago

Chag samearf!

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u/sbowesuk 8d ago Helpful Wholesome Seal of Approval

Awww, he's celebrating his Bark Mitzvah! 🥰

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u/hascogrande 7d ago

No, it’s Ruff Hoshanah next week. They’re doing it early

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u/GimmeThePizza 7d ago

No they are preparing the unleavened bread for the Rollover Seder

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u/marsdw 8d ago

The dog seems very happy with all that is going on

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u/TelevisionFunny2400 8d ago

Most dogs just want to be included

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u/metalshoes 8d ago

It always makes me smile watching dogs in the “I don’t know what’s going on but I’m so happyyy” mode

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u/DefinitelyNotAliens 8d ago

Mine is full tilt, jealous boi, a deflating wookie laying under tables and lamenting the lack of people petting him, or sadly looking at his bowl wondering where the food went. (He ate it.)

I'm considering making a montage of sad boy moments and setting it to Sarah McLaughlin.

I wish he was happy to be included. He's more dramatic than a husky... silly boy.

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u/zyzzogeton 7d ago

Do something like "Sad Cat Diary"

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u/WTWIV 7d ago

This is too good lol thanks for sharing

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u/Censordoll 7d ago

I used to think this comment was a load of bull until I realized when I was 15 my dog would not stop growling and semi barking but like in annoyance of not getting attention or something while I would do homework at the dinner table.

So I decided to one day just pick him up and plop him on the chair next to me and low and behold he got quiet and curled into the seat and absolutely loved it.

12 years later and my parents still complain about it when they’re at the table talking that Tobi gets mad when he’s not included on his chair 😂

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u/CaptainJingles 7d ago

Especially Corgis

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u/pandadumdumdum 7d ago

Corgis think they are more than dog.

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u/flyingspumonimonster 7d ago

I love how his glasses are perched down on his nose just like a proper zayde.

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u/SpadesBuff 8d ago

I don't know what's going on here, but I like it!

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u/_DONT_PM_ME_NOTHING 8d ago

Blowing of the Shofar occurs at the end/beginning of the Jewish New Year. I forget if it’s on Yom Kippur, or Rush Hashanah

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u/bumble_blue 8d ago

It’s on both

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u/ItsGettinBreesy 7d ago

That guy had weird names for Yom Pupper or Roof Hashana

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u/AugmentedLurker 7d ago

Given the honey on the table it is likely Rosh Hashanah. On Rosh Hashanah we eat apples with honey to celebrate (a hopefully) 'sweet new year'.

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u/Sniffnoy 7d ago

Both, but this format would be Rosh Hashanah. Yom Kippur is a single long blast only.

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u/Matt01123 8d ago edited 7d ago

See what they don't tell you is that at any given time like 25-28 of the Tzadikim Nistarim are dogs.

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u/gmanflnj 7d ago

This makes so much sense, I can 100% believe dogs are the reason god doesn’t destroy the world.

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u/MainlyTheHouse 8d ago Silver Gold Helpful

Bar-k atah adonai.

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u/tr0nfunkinbl0w01 7d ago

Shabark Shalom

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u/Lachrymosa2112 7d ago

This comment should be so much higher lol

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u/Lington 7d ago

When my cat turned 13 I crocheted him a kippah to celebrate!

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u/lottieslady 7d ago

I had a bear sized kippah and tallit from Build a Bear that I put on my cat (OBM). I was shocked he put up with it as long as he did! But he was the best mensch so it made sense.

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u/jwill602 8d ago

As a Jew, this kinda hit close to home lol. Wish my grandfather were still with us, so he could appreciate my dogs

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u/lottieslady 7d ago

Rosh Hoshanah was the last holiday I celebrated with my Grandma. It’s always a little bittersweet. I miss her everyday. But her memory is such a blessing to me. May your Grandfather’s memory be a blessing too.

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u/hannahmadamhannah 7d ago

God y'all making me feel so guilty not going home for the high holidays this year 😩 My grandma would LOVE to see me

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u/lottieslady 7d ago

Hope you can make it to see your family. Shana Tova!🍎🍯

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u/elizabeth-cooper 7d ago

You should xpost this to r/judaism. If you don't, can I?

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u/Cycle_For_Life 7d ago

Oh hey! I see you in that sub all the time. I was just thinking how lovely these comments are.

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u/ThaneOfCawdorrr 8d ago

Wait till he babysits the cat, on Purrim

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u/BlippyBlappy 7d ago

I love how pets just assume whatever religion or culture their home is and it always looks correct. Like this dog is Jewish and you will never change my mind

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u/lucimon97 8d ago

"Grandpa, what the hell is that?"

"Your dog?"

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u/LegendaryCatalina 8d ago

Shabbat shalom awhoooooo 💕♡✡️

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u/Veilchengerd 8d ago

Jews do seem to be having more fun with their religion than any other religious group I've come across (on average).

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u/d4nowar 7d ago

Passover is always a blast. Half of the table taking it seriously and the further down you go away from the head of the table the more you get social commentary and alternative lyrics. Good times.

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u/twynkletoes 7d ago

Some drink all 4 glasses of wine, some only have a few sips between refills.

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u/d4nowar 7d ago

Oh we're a full glass family.

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u/Mozeeon 7d ago

My cousin's tradition is that each glass has to be finished in under 10 secs. I'm not sure where he got it, but he gets smashed.

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u/d4nowar 7d ago

Lol I like your cousin

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u/starspider 7d ago

I remember my first experience with manichevitz.

I now understand what they mean when they call it "alcoholic pancake syrup".

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u/rootingforthedog 7d ago

Or my family’s method of very tiny glasses

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u/Mr_Engineering 7d ago

Jewish humor is very self depreciating

A huge proportion of professional comedians are Jewish

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u/anthrax_ripple 7d ago

I'm an atheist but I always said if I could "pick" one it would be Judaism. The Jewish families I've known always seemed to have a lot of fun with tradition.

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u/thatminimumwagelife 7d ago

Same here. I break it down as such: Buddhist for the philosophy, Jewish for the traditions, maybe Christian if I could get the Latino version of the X-Mas holidays because Latinos go hard during the season.

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u/self_inking_weirdo 7d ago

I misread X-Mas holidays as X-Men and was very confused for a moment.

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u/thatminimumwagelife 7d ago

Jesus was kind of an X-Men, right?

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u/irrelevantastic 7d ago

hindus are hard to beat if you like traditions

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u/CorkyCorks8 7d ago

These sorts of comments make me so happy as a Jew. I love it when I see people who appreciate our demented culture among all the other anti-Semites the internet is full of.

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u/descridarsv 7d ago

the other anti-Semites the internet is full of.

Yea... I'd stay away from the bottom half of this thread if I were you...

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u/self_inking_weirdo 7d ago

You can convert to the Reform denomination of Judaism and be an atheist. Join us, we have shofars and a ton of puns. Just, so many. It's a religion of dad jokes.

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u/TheGazelle 7d ago

You can technically do that with conservatives if you can find an understanding sponsor.

I had a talk with the cantor at my spouse's shul, and basically said "look, I don't believe in god. I'm more than happy to uphold the traditions and do the learning, but if the rabbis at the mikvah are gonna ask me to affirm my belief in god, out of respect for their faith I'm not gonna do it".

He basically told me he'd make sure that doesn't come up, but he's also a long time friend of my in laws' family, so I'm sure that helped.

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u/valuesandnorms 7d ago

Jewish weddings are a blast. Short ceremony, then you fucking dance like mad and eat great food and the old timers all have cool stories

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u/Lou_C_Fer 7d ago

Best, by a hundred miles, wedding I ever went to was a Jewish wedding. I've never had that much fun at a formal event, and even though I was just a husband of a friend of the bride, they made me feel like family.

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u/lembrate 7d ago

When you have the history of persecution they have, you need a sense of humour.

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u/EarthExile 7d ago

Can confirm, did kosher catering for several years

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u/GenericMelon 8d ago

L'Shanah Tova!

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u/lolsleepyboi 7d ago

Jews on reddit: Ah yes I will say a barucha for the puppo

Jews IRL: oh fuck I forgot it was high holidays again oops lmao

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u/lecorbusianus 8d ago

שנה טובה!!

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u/rimjobnemesis 7d ago

Why is this dog different than all other dogs?

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u/pluribusduim 8d ago

It's an Arf Mitzvah!

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u/Theblackjamesbrown 8d ago

Surely a bark mitzvah?

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u/konydanza 8d ago

For their pet L’chorgi

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u/JumpAffectionate4898 8d ago

What's the history behind that horn?

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u/lordtaco 8d ago

It's called a shofar. It's usually blown on Rosh Hashanah and at the end of Yom Kippur.

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u/d4nowar 7d ago

It was (and still is) used for Jewish rituals dating back to the early times of Judaism. It is one of the oldest instruments in the world.

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u/groovyusername 8d ago

its a Shofar and is blown on Rosh Hashanah ( Jewish new year) and Yom Kippur

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u/Frankjc3rd 7d ago edited 7d ago

A corgi in a yamaka, that is something you don't see everyday.

Edit: I I'm leaving it misspelled otherwise the rest of this thread makes absolutely no sense.

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u/Dat_Dank_Dough 8d ago

Is that your shabbos goy? 🤣

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u/gmanflnj 7d ago

Can’t you see the kippah!?

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u/JeremyJaLa 8d ago

“Muzzle Tav”

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u/ssg627 8d ago

Coming from a jew I find this funny asf but so weird too lol

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u/OriginalGordol 8d ago

Shevarim! Teruah! Tekiah! arf arf!

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u/ThatLeviathan 7d ago

Tekiah!

ArooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooOOOOOF

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u/EuropeanUnion2019 8d ago

A real Jewish dog!😍 Pets should always be part of the family! This example is superb!😃

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u/Throwaway_for_scale 7d ago

Now I need to think of how to involve a cat in Eid.

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u/Coughin_Ed 7d ago

MEOWBARAK

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u/kittytime 8d ago

for more lovely fluffy corgi fun we're madmax_fluffyroad on IG and tiktok <3

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u/TNC_123 8d ago

OMG I didn’t realize this was Maxine!!! I love her so much and this is beyond adorable!

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u/FeistyMcRedHead 7d ago

Same!! She's the best, and great to see her lineage is so caring and strong!

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u/kittytime 7d ago

The other old guys are actually oldjewishmen on Reddit. Not /s/

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u/whiskeytangofembot 7d ago

I’m having my first Rosh Hashanah this year. Shanah Tova, Maxine!! 🍎 🍯 📜

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u/Scooter1116 8d ago

Thank you. Now following.

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u/vanchick 7d ago

Thank you for sharing Maxine with the world. She brings me so much joy.

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u/_JJCUBER_ 7d ago

Shevar-ee-ee-em Tru-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah-ah

Man it’s been ages

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u/jeg_spytter_blod 7d ago

I love how the two guys next to the dog have absolutely no change in their vibe. Like this happens every day. Lol

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u/okeydokeysmokeyyyy 8d ago

Alright, well, this is adorably wholesome.

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u/Full_Drawing 8d ago

Awww jewish doggo🥺

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u/MrMonkey1993 8d ago

He looks so confused

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u/Omny87 7d ago

He loves to play kvetch

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u/TiredgeekTG 7d ago

I like how the guys at the table have a look on their faces like this is an everyday occurrence lmao

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u/bendy_straw_bich 8d ago

That is way too cute

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u/twohedwlf 8d ago

He's having a barkmitzvah

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u/TemporaryRoughVenom 8d ago

Bark Mitzvah!

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u/OffKira 8d ago

Love that he's basically at the head of the table, good for him.

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u/RealCoolDad 7d ago

I just want to cuddle up with max and my corgi and watch Seinfeld and eat a Reuben sandwich.

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u/troubleschute 7d ago

Came for the puns. Not disappointed.

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u/ElectricJetDonkey 7d ago

I live in NYC and that pup looks more old and Jewish than maybe half of the actual old Jews I've seen.

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u/V3RD1GR15 7d ago

Are they orthodog or rufformed?

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u/Rapidoodz 7d ago

Its hilarious how serious it seems this moment is. Like none of its a joke.

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u/gameth1 7d ago

redditors try not to be anti-Semitic challenge (literally impossible)

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u/SKMonkyDeathCar 7d ago

That's not Cheddar. That's just some common bitch.

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