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Talk Yiddish to Me


Talk Yiddish to Me

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I saw this on FrumSatire. Had to repost it.

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21 Responses to “Talk Yiddish to Me”

  1. Hilarious!! I knew the original song had a very Jewish sound too!

  2. Gene Strong says:

    Nice hat dude..

  3. How doe he walk with that hat on?

  4. Chiefy Wiefy says:

    Naama Hakmon lol thought you mite like this!

  5. Meir Springer lmao

  6. Batel the guy with tue talit is sholis good friend haha and yes i do

  7. Izzy Oliveira Rebecca Deoliveira

  8. Izzy Oliveira Rebecca Deoliveira

  9. Maxine Antin says:

    Luv this been posting it for a while now

  10. Maxine Antin says:

    No I don’t speak Yiddish apart from the odd word but Ivrit, yea

  11. Yiddish this Yiddish that – makes me want to scratch somethin

  12. Yiddish this Yiddish that – makes me want to scratch somethin

  13. or bend over to pick something up that hat is over board :-P

  14. Lize Bartsch says:

    Haha I like their spirit, proud of being Jewish. Make a statement is good, if you don’t believe in your faith no one else will take it seriously. But the most important is to honor Gd in all we do and worship Him with whole heart and soul and respect others and do them no harm (which does not mean others may come and hurt you or your family or people, the Scripture allows for us to defend ourselves!!)

  15. Lize Bartsch says:

    Don’t criticize other’s customs, it is what makes them unique!!

  16. Lize Bartsch says:

    You could even be more Yiddish in your style of music, love the old Jewish folklore :) I think Jewish music had a great influence on Russian folklore which is why I love that too!! Love also the physical energetic style on this video, wow and to do all that dressed in formal dress without ripping your pants is a real skill!!!

  17. needs more yiddish,

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