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He looks funny amonst the others lol :-)
LOL I can't believe he really did that.
Love it! Wish there were a version of it for Queen Esther costumes, too.
wow..what a picture?!
Crazy hats! I've never seen those.
Brilliant! In preparation for the upcoming Passover holidays, I have written an eBook full of low fat, low sugar recipes! Check it out - http://yummyinspirations.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/low-fat-low-sugar-passover-desserts.html
I never knew this. Thank you for sharing! :)
Love those hats!
haha funny! Check my blogs out!http://hectorandsam.blogspot.com/http://samsbakery.blogspot.com/
So funny that Spider-man happens to appear.
haha I love this!
And thanks so much for linking up your WW post on my blog :)
haha... i love this! To see spiderman there, just there... it really is the true meaning of purim and jerusalem!
Ha! Wow! Thanks so much for linking up:)
Spidey just stands out! Link up at Royalegacy WW **LINKY**
Great picture and intro in to the holiday and Jewish faith! Even Spiderman needs to pray! This brought a smile to my face!
Such a wicked shot ! So spider man is Jewish then :) I've been to Israel before, and my girlf told me all about Purim - it's pretty fun !
Hahahaha...this is hilarious!
lmao! wow.. I had no idea..Hope you have a great day!-SamanthaKreativeKaring.com
What a great photo, Spiderman certainly stands out :)
Awesome!! Thanks for sharing and linking up with The BOAT!
Great pic! Thanks for linking up your pic to my blog! Have a great week!
Holy Spiderman!Have a great Wednesday!http://harrietandfriends.com/2012/03/my-new-obsession/
That is too funny. I didn't know Spidey was Jewish!!! :)
Wow, spider-man really can be anywhere. Too funny. New follower via GFC :-) http://kelleysnutrition.blogspot.com/2012/03/wordless-wednesday-how-nice-to-be.html
Great Pic, where most of us find it commonplace to see Spiderman I bet those there thought he looked a lil outta place.
Wow I never knew they had such a holiday. Looks like the fuzzy hats have a hole in the middle. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving your link :))Paulalifeasweknowitbypaula.blogspot.com
Great photo.Regards and best wishes
New follower from the WW Hop!
Great photo ~ is that Spider Man in that picture? ~~ thanks, namaste, Carol ^_^
Dear Joyce, Wonderful photo. Glad to see Spiderman takes time to pray.Blessings my dear, Catherine xo
I did not know that Spiderman was Jewish. See, learn something new every day! ;-)Great blog!! Found you via the AlmostWW link up.
Oh my goodness, that is one for the books! Thank you for the big Wednesday smile!:-)Traci
Israel, I will go there someday
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:)) Spiderman?! :))happy WW!
fancy round fur hat covers... I see Spidey isn't afraid of getting up close & personal... LOLis that a real holiday??
I did a double take when I spotted spiderman... wow
I had no idea Spiderman was Jewish. ;)
This is fantastic. Sorry I won't be in Israel at this time next year.
LOL, love how Spiderman crept in there!
Hilarious photo! I love it! Thanks for leaving the link on my site! Here's my take on Purim in Jerusalem (in video form)!http://shalomsweethome.com/2012/03/15/more-purim-fun-video/
I didn't know that. Spiderman does look a tad out of place, though.
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