On The New Year

 Posted by on September 16, 2012
Sep 162012
 

Shana Tova U'mtuka

Dearest friends, readers, lurkers, critics, sinners, saints, fellow humans,

Wishing you a Shana Tova and a very sweet and Happy New Year — in whatever way you prefer your life’s sweetness. Hope this year brings you only wonderful things; health, prosperity, love and your hopes and dreams.

Happy Holidays!

Yours,
Shpitzle

Frieda Vizel

Frieda Vizel left the Hasidic community, the Modern Orthodox community and the Formerly Orthodox (OTD) community. She now lives in Pomona and is actively looking for a new community to leave. She deals with the perplexities of the communities she left by drawing cartoons about them, a habit that gets her into an excellent amount of trouble.

  8 Responses to “On The New Year”

  1. Why is the spiritual Jew stabbing her in the chest?

  2. They’re kissing, duh! Any Jew should be able to recognize that!

  3. Hedyot, it’s her arm. He’s grabbing her by the hand. She needs to work out, I guess, or eat more honey.

  4. א זיס יאר אייך

  5. LOVE the cartoon! As always, you’re what’s making it all sweet! (and sometimes spicy)

    Keep ’em coming and have yourself a great year ahead!

  6. Ultra Hareidi: Sugar coating

  7. Re Sept contest:
    Caption= ” Blow the shofar, blow bubble, who’s to know, who’s to ask?”
    Barr Chayim

  8. Great cartoon!

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