Wednesday, June 20, 2012

HagGibborim Avenue

Jewish date:  30 Siwan 5772 (Parashath Qoraḥ).

Today’s events:  Ice Cream Soda Day, World Refugee Day.

Greetings.

Today’s installment in the series on Giv‘ath Shemu’el is HagGibborim (Hero) Avenue.  As usual, descriptions may be deliberately inaccurate for fun and thus should not be taken too seriously.


This avenue is paved with bricks, indicating past legal action by asphalt-allergic demons.  Unsurprisingly, one side of ’Aharon Street, which likewise is paved with bricks, meets HagGibborim Street.

Strategically placed Pac-Man bait keeps cars off HagGibborim Street.

This is a monument to fallen Israeli heroes.  (I make unserious comments about a lot of things here in Giv‘ath Shemu’el, but this is not the sort of thing to work into a joke.)

An outdoor auditorium used by the local demons, Intefe robots, Bazes, and other characters which appear in the humorous comments in this series.  Usually it is used for such classics as the plays of William Shakespeare or The Importance of Being Earnest, but reportedly right before I moved to Giv‘ath Shemu’el,  ◳◳◳ and her pet ◪◬◘ Salle gave a concert and performed “⩨⧷⏄ ⋘┷⌔┤ ⦁╨⍂⊞⌰ ⨾⏍⧑” using an especially squeaky rosinless bowed banjo and screechy bagtuba.  Even the local ninjas and pirates ran away in terror.

Enjoy, share the weirdness, and PUT DOWN THAT BAGTUBA RIGHT NOW, YOUNG MAN, BEFORE SOMEONE GETS HURT!!!

’Aharon/Aaron
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