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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Mecal, Mar 25, 2005.
Happy Purim everyone!
hack hack pbblt what was that I just coughed up.
Thanks alot man! It has been a while.
Have a good one. :wave:
It's been one heck of a Purim.
The place is full of Irish fans who came to watch the football game between Ireland and Israel (which just ended at a score of 1-1).
It's been a couple of nights of irish-style partying. :thumbsup:
I had a Purim once. Doctor gave me some pills and that cleared it up.
lol, Madness. must be crazy..
we just did a party thing at school - some skits and whatnot.
there is a party today somehwere, but im not sure if im gonna go, its kinda far.
anyways. i'll be drinking up! rootbeer that is.
To have been in a country with more than 3 Jews...
For all of you who are woefully ignorant of this incredible tradition passed down thousands of years, Purim is the most awesomest of all Jewish holidays.
You bake cookies of this evil King and then bite their head off for one.
And that's cool.
And you are also RELIGIOUSLY MANDATED to get so drunk you, and I quote, "Cannot tell up from down, good from evil, or right from wrong."
Now if that is not a holiday to get excited about, what is?
Not to be a dick, but the cookies arent something from the king, Haman was more like a kings sidekick/ advisor.
And on getting drunk "So you can't tell Haman from Mordechai"
basically bad guy from hero
Ooooh! And get so drunk you can't tell the king from the advisor!
Actually, I'm not Jewish, so I kinda just enjoyed the drinking part. The whole cookie aspect was clearly over my head.
If anyone wants to know the whole story behind Purim, here's a website that tells the tale: http://www.joi.org/celebrate/purim/story.shtml
so where do i sign up? LOL i am due for a nice drunk & disorderly party ever since my last kid was born.....it will happen, this i promise!!
irish folks are so lucky! so anyway, NOT TRYING TO START A RELIGIOUS THEME, but you say it is an IRISH holiday and then that you are RELIGIOUSLY MANDATED to drink, so what religion do they practice? i seriously do not know JUNK about the irish. *(except they love some ale!)*
eh, i dont like it.
ppl get too excited, especially kids at my school (Jewish Private High School School).
all the stupid underage kids are like "haha omg im gonna get so drunk" and im standing there thinking no you're not, shut up.
Is it pronounced phonetically? This way I can ask my English teahcer (who is Jewish) how she celebrated.
"rim" part = like rim of the basket.
Not an Irish holiday, a JEWISH holiday.
she clearly doesnt want to admit it. :evil:
You forgot to mention the costumes. Everyone wears costumes and does stupid things.