Rafi,Lose..you posted a picture of a GIRL......
Fair enough. I'm dressing my daughter to look like the woman who was beaten up for not sitting in the back.
What's really funny about this is that the wife and I were going to dress up EXACTLY like this but decided against it for fear of upsetting TOO many people.
... the wife and I ...Whose wife are you talking about? BTW, do you (and/or your wife) originate from the north of England? I ask because the expression "the wife and I" is so quintessentially British.Best wishes to you (and the wife, no matter whose she may or may not be) and a happy Purim to all.
I was going to say she's very brave for going around a charedi neighborhood dressed up like that.
Very expertly done, to. Printing up stickers and everything!
Excellent, and hilarious. Reminds me of a rabbi I know who once dressed up in a bunny suit and wore the ban on R Slifkin's book "The Camel, The Hare and The Hyrax" on his chest.
FROM BRASIL I'M PROUD OF THIS GIRL !!! THE BEST IN ALL SENSES!!!!
"If my grandmother had wheels, she'd be an autobus!"