On Kosher Food: Friday Fictioneers

You don’t always get a good reception at a reception. Here’s just one example.

Each week Rochelle Wisoff-Fields posts a pic to write a 100 word story about.

This week is a humorous little foot-in-mouth tidbit.

 ยฉ The Reclining Gentleman

ยฉ The Reclining Gentleman

On Kosher Food

Chris, speed up.
They’re still after us, Maggie?
Yes.
I’m glad you yelled get into the car when you did.
Well, you offended a lot of orthodox Jews at the reception.
I’m not Jewish. They shouldn’t have invited me.
They were being nice. You’re their employee.
But why did they have to ask me that question?
Again, they were being nice. You have to think before you speak.
Honey, I was only being honest. They asked me what I thought of kosher food.
And you said…
It was delicious. But anything this good, couldn’t be kosher.
Just keep driving, Chris.

Randy Mazie

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30 thoughts on “On Kosher Food: Friday Fictioneers

  1. Dear Randy,

    At least she didn’t ask for a ham sandwich.
    When my husband and I were first married my parents presented us with some magnificent corned beef from a local Kosher deli. I knew the honeymoon was over when my DH put that delicacy on white bread with mayo and American cheese.
    Love your story.

    Shalom,

    Rochelle

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