Monday evening was the first night of Passover, a holiday that celebrates the Israelites being freed from slavery. An important part of the service is the asking, by the youngest child, of four questions about the significance of the ceremony.
It has been a while since I was the youngest person at any occasion, but I did find some serious questions — and hilarious answers — by youthful students on bored panda. Admittedly, these are not questions associated with the holiday, but since one of the requirements of the evening is the partaking of four (!) cups of wine, perhaps some levity is not out of place. And there is no doubt that many of these wise guy kids have the imagination and spunk to one day become creative directors.
Got the idea?
P.S. Speaking of Passover humor, I just purchased For This We Left Egypt?, which is an hilarious explanation of all the rituals of the Seder. And yes, by the time you order and receive it, this Passover will be over. But it is worth getting it now, and saving it with your matzo cover and Seder plate till next year, so that you don’t forget. And no, I receive not a shekel in commission for recommending this book.