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Jews! Linguists! Detectives specializing in children’s hand-writing! Every year we use @girlandy’s Seder plate she made when she was 6. Every year we are baffled by the image you see on the right. Also, because we don’t know what the image is, we can’t solve the cursive Hebrew, inconveniently written by a 6-year-old. Please help us decipher this perennial mystery. #Passover #seder #RosettaStone (at Party City)

crockeronline:

Jews! Linguists! Detectives specializing in children’s hand-writing! Every year we use @girlandy’s Seder plate she made when she was 6. Every year we are baffled by the image you see on the right. Also, because we don’t know what the image is, we can’t solve the cursive Hebrew, inconveniently written by a 6-year-old. Please help us decipher this perennial mystery. #Passover #seder #RosettaStone (at Party City)

  1. talbak reblogged this from joshuamalina and added:
    Iv’e never thought i would find a hebrew word in tumbler!
  2. velveteenrabbit reblogged this from oldtobegin and added:
    THAT’S WHAT I THOUGHT! or maybe bitter herbs (horse radish…some people used the bight red pickled kind so maybe?)?
  3. bigmouthsparesagain reblogged this from oldtobegin and added:
    It’s Maror, bitter herbs. I don’t know why there’s a picture of the shankbone? But in hebrew that definitely says Maror.
  4. oldtobegin reblogged this from velveteenrabbit and added:
    It’s charoses, isn’t it??
  5. growlerfridays reblogged this from joshuamalina and added:
    I’m betting you use the prepared horseradish with beet juice at the Seder instead of the diced root. That looks like a...
  6. byherownhand reblogged this from joshuamalina and added:
    Ladies and gentlemen, Josh Malina, solving your Passover mysteries.
  7. joshuamalina reblogged this from paulftompkins and added:
    The word on the right in this picture is “Maror” — the Hebrew word for the “bitter herbs” eaten at the seder table,...
  8. splappy reblogged this from paulftompkins and added:
    It’s upside down, signed Andrea, and dedicated to Nick and an Egg.
  9. bigander reblogged this from paulftompkins and added:
    An egg cooking in a pan on the left and a measuring cup with ground coffee in it on the right.
  10. turnabout reblogged this from paulftompkins and added:
    It’s a horseradish root, I’m pretty sure it says “maror” Also I’m pretty sure there is a similar one with my handwriting...
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