Moses & the Israelites cross the Red Sea (updated)
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=> A FOLLOW-UP: This post generated a lot of e-mailed responses, including this one from Mark Kleiman:
This seems inconsistent with the explanation I have heard for why we dip hard-boiled eggs in salt water during the seder: because when they crossed the Red Sea, the Children of Israel had to wade through water up to their baitzim.(That is, their balls.) Curiously enough, I've never heard this other explanation, but I like it. It's a classic example of the cheerful vulgarity that runs through a lot of Yiddish humor.
With Jews, of course, there will always be conflicting interpretations.
Next year in Jerusalem (metaphorically speaking),