The Aveirah Song

This has got to be the most brilliant parody type of song I’ve heard come out of the frum world in a long time. Sure, it’s a purim gig, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that if you get it – you will laugh your ass off. I have a feeling that most folks who didn’t grow up frum won’t get much of it.

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  • RaananInAlbany

    You’re right, it’s freakin’ hysterical! Good thing it’s Purim shtick…

  • Anonymous

    CLOSE SECOND
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6wfzdxPNIxY&feature=player_embedded

    By the way I think you need boro park or at least Chassisdish credentials to understand this one

  • Tinok ShenishBeth

    Yup, not frum enough to follow it all. I got about a third. Does that make me 1/3 frum?

    • Your Fishy FB friend

      No, it means you know halacha and not chasidishe minhagim

  • Telz Angel

    And this is what it means to be DAT-LA’SH
    Hilarious.

  • http://betweenjerusalemandtelaviv.blogspot.co.il/ Michael

    – Big TIME!

  • http://Goshlomo.com Shlomo Walt

    I get it and I’m a BT. It’s been almost 20 years since
    I got into frumkeit though.

  • theman

    this is not funny. heshie— i am actually surprised that you gave this such a good review

    • Dan

      You must be either a frummy or a goy. Either way, gtfo.

      • Ayidwhothinkshesagoy

        Gonna agree with Dan on this one. Loved the song.

        • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:DRosenbach DRosenbach

          And I agree with the agreement as well — I even sent it to my rebbe and he thought it was great.

  • Tearsoflaughter

    Haven’t laughed this hard in many moons. Great recommendation. Where did you pick this guy up from? Any idea how I can get in touch with him? Does he have more videos?

    • Jason

      Message the account on YouTube. I did before and got a reply.

  • Jodi

    All it has going for it is it’s provocative heresy. You can’t consider this kind of random prose ‘talent’ just because it rhymes. In fact, it falls far short of the level of creativity exhibited by any of the high-end chassidic badchanim dishing it out on the fly.

    • Anonymous

      It’s about the talent, it’s about the humor involved in his way of telling us of the “aveiros” he does.

      • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:DRosenbach DRosenbach

        It’s not just that it rhymes, but the somewhat obscurity of the transgressions. In a sense, it reminds me of Weird Al.

  • Arnie

    To come up with this list of aveiros you have to be insanely inspired (e.g. to tzedukah I give more than a choimesh, by urchatz I make a bracha.) I haven’t laughed this hard in a long time. Are the lyrics available anywhere?

    • Beth

      I think they’re in the description on YouTube

  • http://curiousjew.blogspot.com Chana

    This is hilarious. I think they should sell t-shirts promoting the video. I made an example of such a t-shirt: http://www.customink.com/designs/averashirt/daf0-000t-sp2h/share/?pc=EMAIL-40778&cm_mmc=share-_-emailb-_-button-_-end

    (I know a snake is not a sheretz, but that’s the best picture I could find…so it’s supposed to be a lizard.)

  • Ungarsher Yid

    Unbelievable! Fargesht Nisht dem Buth from Monthey driverr

  • Israelit

    So funny! The only sad thing is that I discovered that after all these years of Bikur Cholim with my shoes on that I was really doing something terrible. Oy, must have slept through that lesson somewhere along the way… Does this mean all those zkuyos are really averos now? :(

    • Anonymous

      The line was “birkas Kohanim with shoes” lol…nothing wrong with visiting sick ppl with ur shoes on….

  • Anonymous

    Lyrics:

    Every song needs an introduction… because…

    CHORUS
    A song without an introduction,
    Is like chicken soup without no lukshen,
    My producer just looked at me and nodded,
    I think he wants me to get started.

    Testing, testing, aintz tzvai, drai

    I eat a gid hanasheh every bite,
    I put on my left shoe before my right,
    You think I don’t do aveiros? Don’t even wonder,
    I never make a brucheh when I hear the thunder,
    My wife wears a sheitel, not a tichel,
    I eat the herring without the kichel,
    I drink every night ad delo yudeh,
    I never sing zemiros at the shabbos sudeh,
    I hang around with a goyishe oilem,
    I never do bikur cholim,
    Yeah I hang out with goyim vus iz nisht gemalet,
    I don’t put on my paper, beis samech daled.

    CHORUS
    I spoke to my goyishe friend named Boris,
    He wrote me up this little chorus,
    It breaks up the song so it doesn’t get boring,
    And now we’ll continue with the recording.

    I go to shul and I’m just chillin,
    I only put on one pair of tefillin,
    I never cry when I go to levayos,
    I eat the matzah, less than a kezayis,
    I don’t even care about chulev stam,
    I don’t even like be’er mayim chayim,
    I go to the games with Derek Jeter,
    I always get married during sefira,
    I do aveiros, oid ve’oid,
    I never go on trips on chol hamo’ed,
    I never daven tefillah be’tzibur,
    I listen to the tapes, from Justin Bieber.

    CHORUS
    I cruise around in my ’05 Taurus,
    Blasting out the second chorus,
    I feel like I’m rocking up the whole joint,
    And now we’re at the halfway point.

    I’m such a goy, vus hut du getracht,
    I learn the gantzeh nittel nacht,
    Chassidim and rebbes are not my types,
    I wear the tzitzis without the stripes,
    I always say lashon hara,
    All my friends do avodah zara,
    I’m such a tzioni, I sing Hatikva,
    I don’t even pay when I use the mikva,
    I changed my name to Sam, from Shmuel,
    I don’t even like Eretz Yisrooel,
    I don’t ask for a shidduch when I go to Amukah,
    I give more than a choimesh to tzedukeh,
    I use the Internet for the news,
    I do birkas kohanim with my shoes.

    CHORUS
    Don’t turn it down, don’t ignore us,
    Listen up to the final chorus,
    I haven’t yet showed you all my cards,
    Mir halt shoin by the line fun twenty yards.

    I do shnayim mikra without the targum,
    When I see an Amaleiki I would never harg him,
    I’m the biggest ba’al aveiros in the velt,
    I never give my kids any chanuka gelt,
    My esrog is always full of black dots,
    I always make a brucheh when I wash urchatz,
    I eat in the sukkah on Sh’mini Atzeres,
    I toivel in the mikvah holding a sheretz,
    By Haman’s name I always cheer,
    By shulem zuchers I only drink root beer,
    By the Purim shpiel I never laugh,
    For afikomen I use the smaller half,
    I only drink gimmel koises,
    I eat tons of marror without charoises,
    Rosh Hashana by simanim I eat the shvantz,
    By my chasunah I had an aveirah tantz.

    CHORUS
    Too much of your time I’m already spending,
    So now I’m gonna take you to the ending,
    I hope you like and I hope you enjoy,
    This song about a yid who thinks he’s a goy.

  • Doc

    Some of the lyrics are disturbing- always say loshon hara, all my friends do avodah zara, I don’t even like ererz yisroel…
    He gives a source for this Megillah 25b- the only relevant line found there is that the only leizonis allowed is making fun of avodah zara! What gives?
    I can think of many more funny lines:
    I miss a night of sefira but still make a brocha,
    my shiur of kezayis is the size of an olive,
    I do chalitza without the spitting,
    I kiss my baby in a shul…

  • MikeR

    I always announce the wrong time for the molad.

  • MikeR

    I sat on the back of my parah adumah…

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