October 24, 2002

Oy, have I got a bargain for you already

It's not just Christians who are prone to religious tat, and Judaism has a several thousand year start. What about these three Chanukah pens? (sorry, buggered the link up and didn't realise until it had expired

It's the 'write' idea for sending holiday greetings.... great for school or to give as a gift!. Dark blue, and light blue, letters in Gold. Pens are 5 3/4 inches tall. Comes from smoke free home, feel free to email me with any questions that you might have.

Your child more into sports than literature? Give them the Sports Mezuzah:

This brand new, packaged sports Mezuza would be a great gift for that boy on your Chanukah list! This 5 inch tall 1 1/2 inch wide ceramic mezuza is brightly hand painted. Has a baseball, basketball, soccer ball, and football. Parchment included, I don't see any nails for hanging.

Perhaps this Plush Dancing Dreidel Toy is more your style, though Charlie insists that this Musical Dreidel Top, which lights up and plays a song, is not religious tat (even if it is cheap plastic), but a perfectly traditional Chanukah toy. I didn't ask about the puppy.

Update, 22.53pm: This Baseball Chanukah Menorah appeared on eBay a couple of hours ago:

Attention all baseball fans! Here is the menorah for you! You are bidding on a charming Chanukah menorah with a baseball theme. This item is ceramic, approximately 10"x5" and stands six inches high at its tallest point which is a scoreboard declaring Happy Hanukah.

The vendor will ship worldwide, too!

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