Attention all of our Weird Followers:
WHO: You people
WHAT: Meet-Up at the Kerem House
WHEN: Wednesday 23 October, 8:30 PM
WHERE: Gedera 18, Tel Aviv
This is your chance to interact with one another. We’re going to make fun of our upcoming 3rd Election (you KNOW it’s going to happen) and have some drinks on a rooftop and you will all share your personal issues which the Daily Freier will spin into future stories. Your previous plans for Wednesday just seem silly now, don’t they?
Also, it’s going to be at Kerem House, and we lampooned them last week.
By Yuval Weiss
Last Updated 3/23/2015 at 9:20 PM
Tel Aviv, Sheinkin Street: This week’s post-election assessment seminar, an attempt by the losing parties to draw lessons learned and better prepare for the next election, was forced to adjourn when none of the attendees could fathom that anyone voted for a different party.
Ramat Aviv resident Danny C. was incredulous. “I don’t get it. Nobody at my start-up, nobody in my improv group, literally nobody at the Namal Market–none of them voted differently than me. I just don’t get it.” Neve Tzedek resident Dalit S. was equally dumbfounded. “It just doesn’t make sense. I asked everyone at Bikram….nobody. I also wait tables at that vegan place over by Dizengoff Center. Again, none of my customers voted for those other people.” In a moment of clarity, Florentin resident Roni P. reflected “It’s almost as if there is some other existence on the other side of Ayalon Highway. I would like to learn more of this other dimension of existence, but I fear approaching the Forbidden Zone. I could fall off of the Edge of the World.“
By Yuval Weiss
Last Updated 3/22/2015 at 5:20 PM
Tel Aviv As the repercussions of last week’s elections continue to ripple through Israel, the Haaretz editorial board has decided that the most appropriate service it can render its readership this week is not a newspaper, but rather some tissues, a box of chocolates, and a good tear-jerker of a movie. “Our readers are hurting, and we need to help them.” read Haaretz Editorial Board’s statement last night. “We felt that for the Left, this would be the most cathartic response to what happened. In addition, it might stop some of us from telling our political opponents that they are Neanderthals who should drink cyanide (Note: This really happened!)“. With the success of their newspaper replacement this week, Haaretz plans to replace its online edition with an Itunes Playlist consisting of songs by Morrissey, The Cure, and Dido.