To some, Passover might mean long seders and matztapation (I thought I made that up,
but apparently not.) But bring on the boils, ’cause this Yenta only cares about one thing: It’s parody season!
Pesach 5775 brings us the miracle of not one but TWO fabulous Talmudic interpretations of Bruno Mars’
tushy shpilkiss-inducing “Uptown Funk”
First, those nice yeshiva boys
Six 13 with the lovely a cappella skillz trotted out their version a few weeks ago.The breakdown of the plagues is super clever, and how rad is that matzah beach ball?
Then the boyz at Aish HaTorah slid in with their sizzling historical adaptation. Honestly, is there anything hotter than breakdancing
tzitzit? Also, now I want a limo driver named Yankele.
So which one’s your favorite? Plenty of time to stew on it. Speaking of which, try the stewed apricots for that matzapation.
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Oy, remember those cute yeshiva boys with the nice voices who brought us this
catchy Pesach ditty to the tune of Macklemore’s “Thrift Shop” last year?
C’mon, sing it: “Changin’ my pots and pans…gotta have Manischewitz for my prophet…I got haggadehs, lookin’ for the chametz…we’ll be munchin’ matzah…”
men of Six13 are baacccccck, this time changing up the lyrics to everyone’s favorite a nimated Oscar-winning animated movie (though personally, I didn’t think it lived up to the hype.)
Here’s your “Chozen” mash-up:
Little Yenta Girl is already driving us batty caterwauling “Let It Go” and “Do You Want to Build A Snowman” a hundred times a day, so I guess she can entertain the seder guests with the kosher versions.