Looking for an excellent way to lose friends and not influence people two and a half weeks before Pesach?
Then consider using one of the following statements as your Facebook status :
“Bedrooms? Check. Playroom? Check. LR/DR? Check. Shopping and menu planning? Check. Could Pesach preparations BE any easier?”
“I don’t know why everyone complains about Pesach. My live-in housekeeper assures me that it’s a piece of cake (non-gebrochts, of course)…”
“Aaaaand, we’re done! We’re pouring the water in the kitchen as I type this, and then we’re good to go!”
“Help! Since we’re going to a hotel for all of Pesach, the week before the chag is going to be pretty dull. Any suggestions for pre-Pesach activities and trips?”
Please feel free to add your own examples in the comment section.
But, in any event, I don’t let these types of statements bother me.
After all, according to the now tried-and-true Our Shiputzim General Theory of Pesach Cleaning, the very fact that I’m currently sitting and blogging proves that here in TRLEOOB*, we’re totally under control…
*TRLEOOB=the real life equivalent of our blog