Funnier than any parody!

‘50 Shades of Grey’ Is the Subject of a Course at American University. Oy vey indeed.

While I know I should be offended and appalled…I was amused.

Fifty Shades of Oy Vey! by E. L. Jamesbergstein stays close to the original plot line. College senior Anatevka Stein interviews bagel mogul Chaim Silver for the Hillel Newsletter and sparks fly at their first encounter. “His age and his waist size are both roughly 40. He has a pale, sickly Yeshiva boy glow. Yet I am drawn to him. Powerfully drawn to him.” Except this version includes Jewish mothers, lots of ethnic food and a “kinky Ketubah.” There is an exchange of emails and an encounter with a salami in the “Blue Room of Broadloom.” While I know I should be offended and appalled by both the SMBD and the stereotypical Jewish jokes, I was amused. Instead of Anatasia’s “inner goddess,” Anatevka has an “inner yenta.” Billed as “so erotic, you’ll plotz,” it’s an entertaining parody.

Only 17 More Shopping Days Until Thanukkah!

Okay, 15 if you don’t count Saturday night. Spice up your combined holiday with Fifty Shades of Oy Vey: A Parody.  It makes a great little gift.

Shopping for Hanukkah?  Thanukkah?  Thanksgivukkah? Whateverukkah. Try some funny erotikkah.  Fifty Shades of Oy Vey: A Parody

"Dammit! Somebody finished writing it before I did!  Oh well, there’s always the Yiddish version…"
     — Rachmuna Litzlon