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תִירָס קַלוּי – Popcorn

December 25, 2011

היום חג–המולד הנוצרי.  בארה“ב, אין הרבה מקומות שפתחות היום – כאשר אתה יהודי, יש שני דברים לעשות.  אתה יכול לצפות סרטים בקולנוע, או אתה יכול לאכול אוכל סינית.  (או, כן, אתה יכול לעשות שניהם.)
כאשר אני הולך לקולנוע, אני רוצה לאכול דבר אחד – תירס קלוי.

It’s Christmas today.  In the US, there aren’t many places open today – when you’re Jewish, there are two things to do.  You can go watch movies at the cinema, or you can eat Chinese food.  (Or, yes, you can do both.)
When I go to the cinema, I want to eat one thing – popcorn.

אבל היום, המשפחת שלי הולכת ל–JCC בשביל חגיגת של הנוכה.  חג שמח לכולם!


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