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You may not, for example pay for a package of 12 shekel gum with a 50 shekel bill.
Nonetheless, I took pictures of a few of those “quirks” and now I’m sharing them with you. In Canada where I’m from, I take the bus occasionally and the drivers seem quite preoccupied with their schedules, their routes, you know, bus driver stuff. For those of you who don’t speak Hebrew, this store is called “Pitzuchei Mashiach” or “Messiah’s Nuts.” I’m no Israeli marketing expert but I suppose what this is supposed to imply is that these nuts are so tasty that even the Messiah will want to eat them.
This charedi Jew has a need for speed: Have you seen those retirement commercials where you finally get to sit on the beach and travel the world. Come to think of it, this entry isn’t funny it’s actually kind of awesome.
In one of Jerusalem’s most upscale neighborhoods there is a large piece of land which sells what appears to be jugs.
I looked at some of the prices and they didn’t look all that impressive to me.
Maybe “duty free” loses something in the translation to Hebrew and they mistakenly drop the word “duty.” Any other ideas, because I am all ears.
[youtube id=”100″ width=”620″ height=”360″] Jessica Fishman moved to Israel from the US in 2003 and writes the Aliyah Survival Blog, an irreverent portrayal of life as an immigrant in Israel.