Mrs. P. (She could never get used to pronouncing “Potiphar.”)
That’s what Moses’ wife said.
A Mizpah was an ancient tower in which male children were allowed to go until they were of a certain age, after which they were barred from entering. They birthday after which a boy could not enter was known as his “bar-mitzpah.”
A lyric from an ancient Hebrew song. It went something like this: “Mana na na na na na na na na na na na na na na Goatman!”
I don’t remember that. We have Wikipedia for a reason, you know.
“Jew” is short for “Judah,” just like “No” is short for “Noah” and (in some languages) “cheese” is short for “Jesus.”
Three. The first was made of straw, but it got blown down by a wolf. The second was made of sticks, but it got blown down by a wolf. The third was made of stone, and for all practical purposes is considered wolf-proof.
No; this is a distortion due to many years of lackluster copyediting. On his local baseball team, Ham was the first-base man.
Right around the same time that he started to have conflicting feelings about his siblings.
Right after they ate the last of the food.