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October 5, 2015 / 22 Tishri, 5776
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Lettuce Season

About the Author: Joojoon is a Persian/Jewish artist whose raucous cartoons celebrate everything sweet and absurd about life in Tzfat, Israel. Joojoon & Co (who categorically deny all knowledge and responsibility for the views expressed herein) recently made Aliyah from California, USA.

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5 Responses to “Lettuce Season”

  1. Ruth Hirt says:

    I'm a cartoon fan, and yet, this specific cartoon requires Judaic understanding. Anyone please explain the humor here for me? Thanks a ZI- lli-ON.

  2. Yori Yanover says:

    The period of Chol Ha'Moed is the intermediary days between the first and last of the week-long holidays of Passover and Sukkot. However, the third major holiday, Shavuos, only has one day (or two in Diasporah) and no inermediary days. What the husband is saying here is that he will NEVER eat lettuce.

  3. Ruth Hirt says:

    😀 😀 😀 😀 !!! Thank you so very much, Mister@YoriYanover, I appreciate you for responding !!!

  4. Ruth Hirt says:

    Ariam Ronaele Otorpo Thanks for enjoying the cartoon with me. But I like lettuce.

  5. Dear Ruth. I was'nt born 100% Jewish but I can't remember that there was a time I did't understood Jewish humor, I realy deeply hope it will get yours it's what keeps you going after all bad and sad things you'l see every day . So this is the only way for my to stay on my feet and fight those bad things and everything comes to a better in the end of the day! So Jewish humor maybe has to grow on you ,but I realy wish you good luck,there is a place for everything in everybody's life. Miriam Lea Levy.

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