Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Jewish Men Joining in their Wive's Post Menstrual Baths

Say they are having a bloody good time ...
 
Mikvah night has an unusual meaning in the Ozur Bass household. As for many observant Jewish women, it’s the night each month that Janet Ozur Bass immerses in the mikvah ritual bath following menstruation. Once she emerges from the water, husband and wife may resume the physical intimacy traditionally forbidden while a woman is menstruating.

But in the Ozur Bass household, mikvah night is double duty: Instead of just Janet going, her husband, Henrique, immerses in the mikvah, too. “Mikvah is not about a blood taboo; it’s the time of the month that women are more like God in that they are getting ready for creation,” he said. “And they can’t do it alone. I recognize that I am a partner with my wife in creation, and that is what further motivated me to follow her cycles.”

Ok. Well that is creepy and disgusting and you are a couple of freaks. L'chaim.

4 comments:

  1. you should only post positive news about the kikes, otherwise abe foxman will shut you down and demand six trillion shekels

    i always thought dracula was a kike so this blood splattering makes sense

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    1. The disturbing thing is that this is good news to the kikes. The source of the article is the "Jewish Telegraphic Agency"!

      RE: Jews as Vampires

      http://www.peterdanpsychology.ro/ro/pagina/26/how%20vampires%20became%20jewish.html

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  2. Oy, that photo!

    Paging Land Sharks, Land Sharks...

    " it’s the time of the month that women are more like God"

    Yeah. Judgmental, bossy, bipolar, and a pain in the ass.

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    1. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

      Great material - have you got a site?

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