Well, maybe not guaranteed.

A group of leading medical researchers has published data indicating that Seder participants should NOT partake of both chopped liver and charoses. It seems that this combination can lead to Charoses of the Liver.

JEWISH JEOPARDY: We give the answer, you give the question:

A: Midrash
Q: What is a Middle East skin disease?

A: Sofer
Q: On what do Jews recline on Passover?

A: Babylon
Q: What does the rabbi do during some sermons?

And…for possibly the worst joke ever sent by email to anybody…

At our seder, we had whole wheat and bran matzoh, fortified with Metamucil. The brand name, of course, is…”Let My People Go.”

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  • Probably the most painful post ever. I am writing this comment while fighting deep, deep pain. Ow. Make it stop!

  • I don’t know what you guys are complaining about, I had to sift out the REALLY bad jokes. These were the best of the lot. I think these doctors who are sharing these jokes are trying to…uh, kill each other.

  • These jokes are the definition of oppression. Trying to find humor in these jokes is exactly like making bricks without straw. Hag sameah.

  • these are good and short my mom said i could use them during our sedar! thats exactly what i intend to do! 🙂

  • Brooke, don’t be disheartened if some of the adults at the table groan when they hear these jokes, it’s a sign of senility and old age.

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