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Bonfire of the Vanities

Huge Bonfire

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Whenever Lag B’Omer falls out on Saturday night, there’s confusion as to when to light the bonfires.

Is it pushed off a day, or not? Lately, it seems to be turning into a two-day holiday.

Fast fact: There’s no school on Monday.

In the town of Rechasim, up north between Haifa and Shfaram, they’ve built the largest bonfire in Israel, from 1000 wood pallets.

Fire and Emergency services will be on hand in case the bonfire gets out of control.

Question: How are they going to cook marshmallows with that thing?

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5 Responses to “Bonfire of the Vanities”

  1. i may say:= do not ask:= act.!

  2. Nathan Young says:

    It should make them palatable.

  3. I thought they’ d fry them. But no idea how, agreed. Unless you ask Shrek to put ‘em on a stick and roast them….

  4. Morry Barak says:

    Just add arabs.

  5. Stupid things some people do :(

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