Yom Kippur

What's better than a holiday that you aren't allowed to wash on? You're also not allowed to eat that disgusting oatmeal your mom slops out for breakfast. Could Yom Kippur get any better? Back to Article

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gen.e1234_1748482 wrote:
2013-09-01 18:25:28 -0700

happy Rosh Hashanah

chibiwing wrote:
2012-12-07 13:54:09 -0800

It sounds interesting, but not my way of doing it

Ghost.of.Wilderness wrote:
2012-12-07 13:53:48 -0800

My mother does this, but she only last one day & one night.

ariel101 wrote:
2012-09-30 09:28:35 -0700

fasting is easy for me i did it last summer!

gen.e1234_1748482 wrote:
2011-12-06 09:13:04 -0800

i fasted for the whole Yom Kippur

--hopeisnotme-- wrote:
2010-09-07 11:39:04 -0700

try fasting for a month

impossiblegirl3456 wrote:
2010-09-06 08:23:56 -0700

no it aint if u are fasin for three days then loo whos talkin trust me it is not a piece of cake

--hopeisnotme-- wrote:
2010-09-04 14:07:50 -0700

only one day of fasting
compared to Islam that is a peace of cake

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