Well I wrote this blog out- and then it got deleted. And then after it got deleted I went several days with having very little free time. It happens. It seems to always happen! So this might seem kinda silly to be posting pictures from my Passover Seder since Passover is totally officially over but whatever. I can’t just leave them sitting on my desktop forever!
Anyways. I did go to my family’s house for Passover, and it was quite nice. It is important for me to do something completely non-business oriented once every few months. It is rather relaxing to be in an environment where I don’t have to hand out business cards and schedule meetings, or wear eyeshadow, or uhh… think about how to make whatever it is that I am doing profitable for the company. All I need to do at the Seder is read the story of Passover in Hebrew, and peel a bunch of hard boiled eggs. My mom insists on having like, 24 hard boiled eggs all peeled and ready to go at the Seder table the entire time. She makes everyone eat them periodically through the night- and we have to eat them in one bite (I know- it is almost a health hazard!) because we have to pretend that we are slaves in Egypt running away from the evil Pharaoh. When you are running away from Pharaoh – you don’t have time to leisurely eat your egg!
We do the entire Seder in Hebrew. It is really hardcore. It is definitely not the abbreviated 20 minute Seder lots of people have these days. My mom believes in a very long, very detailed Seder that lasts about 5 hours. I used to dread it, but now I think it’s fun.
I keep passover every year. It’s just one of those things I do. I’m not 100% hardcore about it the way my mom is but- I don’t eat any bread, or bread products. The whole point of the holiday is to appreciate what you have and remember a time when you didn’t have the things you have… and I think that is a decent reason to give up bread for a week- regardless of how religious you are.
I actually forgot about Passover ending last night- so I just ate my first piece of bread a few hours ago. Not gonna lie, it tasted pretty fucking awesome.
Well here are a few pictures I took at the Seder!
Here I am chugging what is most definitely the most disgusting bottle of wine in the world. Please do not tell any of my sophisticated wine snob friends that this exists.
(I told you I do not wear eyeshadow at the Seder- or any other kind of makeup)
You see all those god damn eggs! I peeled them!
Well that’s it for now.
I feel a little inappropriate to be posting this blog on the same place I have posted numerous photos and videos of myself getting fucked by every kind of guy and girl in every different position imaginable- but that’s just my life. Mom- if you ever for some odd reason stumble upon this blog entry- I am totally sorry for showing your Seder table on my dirty blog. Out of respect, please – please…. do not jerk off to the Seder table. You might have to hold yourself back because it is so damn sexy- but just do the best you can.