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Narrating funny Passover jokes is a great way to get into the true spirit of the season. Check out the Pesach holiday humor given in this article.

Passover Jokes

It is vital to inject humor in a festival, to spice up the occasion and bring across the followers a different perspective of the celebration as well. Jokes stimulate a healthy environment and are a great way to bring smiles on the face of near and dear ones. In fact, it is often said that the only way to a healthy lifestyle is by infusing laughter in our lives. It is also a great way to divert our mind from the monotonous ways of a routine. So, this season, we have provided some very popular Passover jokes, especially for you. Read them to your friends or send them as a message to your loved ones and feel the warmth of a smile glowing on their faces. The mere thought that you have put in extra efforts to bring a smile on their faces will be like a priceless gift for them. So, go ahead and check out some Pesach holiday humor.

Funny Passover Jokes

The Story Behind The Wine
After the tenth plague, the slaying of all the Egyptian first born, the Pharaoh told Moses the Jews were free to leave Egypt. So, the Jews packed their carts with their belongings and tried to leave. The problem was, with all the dead Egyptians, the funeral homes could not handle the demand. The end result was streets littered with coffins. With the streets impassable, the Jews couldn't get there carts out of their driveways.

They complained to Moses. "We can't get out of Egypt unless you do something about these blocked streets". Moses in turn, called out to God. "Lord, please do something about this coffin problem." With all the commotion, it was hard for God to hear what Moses was saying. He thought Moses said 'Coughin" and responded by turning all the wine into cough syrup. And that is why, to this day, Jews drink Passover wine that resembles cough syrup.

The Lesson
A little boy once returned home from Hebrew school and his father asked, "What did you learn today?" He answered, "The Rabbi told us how Moses led the children of Israel out of Egypt." "How?", asked the father The boy said "Moses was a big strong man and he beat Pharaoh up. Then, while he was down, he got all the people together and ran towards the sea. When he got there, he has the Corps of Engineers build a huge pontoon bridge. Once they got on the other side, they blew up the bridge while the Egyptians were trying to cross." The father was shocked. "Is that what the Rabbi taught you?" The boy replied, "No. But you'd never believe the story he DID tell us!"

Go Filter Fish
As Moses and the children of Israel were crossing the Red Sea, the children of Israel began to complain to Moses of how thirsty they were, after walking so far. Unfortunately, they were not able to drink from the walls of water on either side of them, as they were made up of salt-water. Just then, a fish from that wall of water told Moses that he and his family heard the complaints of the people and through their gills, they could remove the salt from the water and force it out of their mouths like a fresh water fountain for the Israelites to drink from, as they walked by. Moses accepted the kindly fish's offer. However, before the fish and his family began to help, they told Moses they had a demand. They and their descendants had to be always present at the Seder meal that would be established to commemorate the Exodus, since they had a part in the story. When Moses agreed to this, he gave them their name, which remains how they are known to this very day, for he said to them, "Go Filter Fish!"