Does The Jewish Faith Frown On This? [Pic]

Submitted by: eugenius 6 years ago in

Seriously, is this sort of thing OK among the Jewish faith? Seems like a no...
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Male 5,413
Haha classy
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Male 179
@unbanned

i know you`re trying to be a funny smartass, but it`s just really offensive. have you ever met a person who went through the holocaust with numbers printed on their arm?

do you know what they did? they packed people into traincars like cattle, and took all their clothes off. they divided the men and the women and children. the women and children were told they were going to have a shower. they led them into a giant room, naked, and closed the doors. they turned the showers on and nerve gas came out and killed them. you can still tour auschwitz and see those rooms where bloody handprints mark the walls and ceilings where people tried to escape.

you have passed the territory from troll to despicable human being.
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Female 1,356
hahaha. This guy is awesome. I love it! I`m so glad there are people out there who love pringles enough to wear it as their skullcap. This is definitely going on the list of potential profile picture.
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Male 251
@megann_exoh

I didn`t know Asians wore burqas.

So, do Jews wear these to keep God from reading their minds?
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Male 999
we really need another holocaust guys.
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Male 532
Maybe he`s one of them new fangled "racing Jews" and that is his sponsor for the Havanagila-500
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Female 126
yes...it`s ok to use anything you want in a kippah...and this one`s damn cool xD
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Female 314
ahahaha yess
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Male 25,417
What!
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Female 2,695
ohmygod yesssss
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Male 1,312
That`s a hipster Jew. You can tell because of the pink barrettes.
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Male 179
it`s not like a cross is to christians– you`re supposed to cover your head. a top hat or even a fez would satisfy the mitzvot. the kippah is just the traditional head covering.
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Male 71
@megann_exoh

i live in leeds and i so agree lol! i like it when th wind catches the hem and it blows up and u see them wearing killer heels.

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Male 5,194
Maybe he`s not Jewish, maybe this was his Halloween costume - "Hey, I`m going as a can of Pringles!"
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Female 833
that looks like some seriously sweet crochet work.
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Female 688
hahaha.
where i lived in the north of england, there were huge asian communities. all the women would wear some degree of coverings, and you could bet your bottom dollar that underneath the saris and the burkas they would be wearing thousands of pounds of designer clothes.
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Male 30
@AtheistAlien There is no "Rule" regarding Kippot. You just need something to cover your head with. It`s not a sacred item.
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Female 355
Terminal88: Appears to be a Pantech Impact. Not 100 percent positive however.
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Male 809
it`s like any other religion or any other part of religion. They can bend and break the rules as it pleases them and they really don`t care what the fruck their religion actually tells them to do. They continuously show they don`t follow their own rules, why do you continue to respect them?
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Male 258
what kind of phone is that btw?
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Male 541
Pringles endorsement
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Male 521
I was totally into Yamakas before they were popular. Now they`re just so main stream. Sheesh.
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Female 53
ahhhh! I have that phone :3
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Female 206
hahaha
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Male 1,357
product placement.
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Male 1,834
chips are good
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Female 1,623
Mmmmm... Pringles.
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Male 7,814
yes, yes it really does.
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Male 32
I want some Pringles now.
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Male 1,598
But who would dare frown on Pringles?
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Male 2,229
the pink hair clip throws it all off, it clashes with the logo
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Female 255
Seriously, I don`t know anyone who likes Pringles that much. I wouldn`t even wear a shirt with their logo on it.
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Male 7
I can tell you as the jewiest jew that ever jewed that this is acceptable to many jews, but to the ultra-orthodox it is frowned upon.
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Female 798
well original Pringles are kosher so I`d say that`s ok
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Male 11,739
Maybe he`s getting paid to do it, advertising and all. Then it`s a win for him!
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Male 2,441
Legit
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Male 39,572
challa!....... bread
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Female 4,447
The pink hair clip really adds that certain something. We need an expert on Jewish faith and customs. Jess, we where are you?
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Female 1,181
no, that`s fine.
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Male 2,549
Pringles ARE kosher, sacrelige though they may be...
And there are no halachic restrictions concerning the depictions found on kippahs, though certain groups wear specific sorts of kippot.
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Female 668
same cellphone! holla!
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Male 101
lol there are tons of these. and they arent officially indorsed

i used to be in the nation-wide Jewnit (jew-unit) im 100% sure im a friend of a friend of this kid on facebook. I have a potleaf yamekka and a homer one
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Female 3,574
that`s awesome lol
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Male 11
Only if the Pringles kosher.
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Male 48
My friend has one that says Metallica...
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Male 15,510
Nothing is sacred for capitalism!
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Female 1,652
The pink barrette adds a nice touch.
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Male 9,305
Religion Lite, now with 10% more consumerism!
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Male 307
Selling out your faith.
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Male 385
As long as they are not hasidic then they have a good sense of humor about it.
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Male 331
i guy at my uni wears one with a soccer team logo on it!
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Male 1,620
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