Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Passover Kitsch

Need a housewarming gift for your next seder? Try one of these fine pieces of Judaica...

Ten Plagues Finger Puppets



Perfect for teaching the kiddies about infanticide! The clown, in case you were wondering, is supposed to be hail. Though we prefer the idea that there was an eleventh, forgotten plague... of clowns.

$14 at Jewishstore.com.

Matzoh Print Dog Coat



Why is this night different from all other nights? Because tonight, the dog is dressed like a matzoh ball.

$10 from Think-Yiddish.com.

Passover Plagues Magnet Set



"Honey, where did you put the credit card statement?

"It's on the fridge, underneath the boils!"

$10 at Etsy.com.

Matzah Sweeper

My favorite part of this semi-useful product is that words "Matzah Sweeper" are trademarked. You know, in case you were thinking of naming your band that.
Via the Allee Willis blog.

Happy Passover from the prodigals at God Spam!

4 comments:

Wilder Konschak said...

Barb's family has three different equally ridiculous sets of the plague puppets, enough so that everyone at the table gets one... Oy.

Erin Snyder said...

I think you made a mistake opening with the finger puppets. I mean, come on: the other stuff was great, but you just can't follow that act.

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Gabriel Mckee said...

1. The dead firstborn puppet looks so... peaceful. It makes it look more like the plague of pleasant naps.
2. I kinda want those plague magnets.