Menu lock

Rundle: the miracle of ‘Hannahkah’

In which Guy Rundle tells over eight days the eight jokes, and though there is really only enough laughter for one, it lasts all eight.

Guy Rundle — Correspondent-at-large

Guy Rundle

Correspondent-at-large

Hannahkah is one of the most beautiful of the many Jewish festivals that mark Gods renegging on His every promise made to his people, and is known widely throughout the West through the medium of half-remembered RE classes, from which this account is taken.

Topics

4 comments

Leave a comment

4 thoughts on “Rundle: the miracle of ‘Hannahkah’

  1. zut alors

    Rundle, you have been in outrageous religiously insensitive mode this week to which I say… bless you.

  2. mikeb

    Joan Rivers slayed it. RIP.

  3. Owen Richardson

    You know, don’t you, that your mockery of Christians and Jews is only funny if you’re willing to mock Muslims as well. If you aren’t, then it isn’t.

  4. Lee Tinson

    Nice work, Guy! Regarding the fourth day: it’s not just Jewish divorces.