Oops! Rosh Hashana Table Runner

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I don’t know whether to laugh or cry!

I was looking for some Rosh Hashana paper goods, and Amazon offered me this listing for a linen Rosh Hashana Table Runner in my “You might also likes”.

At first I thought it was pretty.

But then I noticed there is a menorah in the middle — why? WHY?

That wasn’t bad enough, though, because the next thing I noticed was how they spelled — tried (and failed miserably) to spell??? — Shana Tova.

Take a look!


Are they trying to spell it how it sounds with a Yiddish accent? What is happening here?

(Although I could use a few good night’s sleep, I doubt that was the manufacturer’s goal with this runner!

Share your funny (if you don’t laugh, you’ll cry) product goofs in the comments!


  1. Yael Fraenkel says

    This is HYSTERICAL !!!

  2. Thank you for the good laugh. I needed that.

  3. On one of the online auction sites was an oil painting of a mother and daughter lighting Shabbos Candles, with their hands covering their eyes. The description given was Mom and Daughter Playing Peek-a-Boo Oil Painting.

  4. Robin Gutmann says

    One of our local grocery stores used to make special, think round with raisins for Rosh Hashanah, challah during Pesach.

  5. Debby Tucker says

    It can be a game at Erev Rosh Hashana dinner. Find the hidden mistakes.

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