Though Purim Shpiels traditionally are skits, the festival is also a time for parodies, satires, and other examples of Jewish comic writing related to the story of Purim.
The story of Purim is an international tale.
King Ahashverosh was Finnish with his disobedient wife Vashti. "You Congo now!" he ordered her.
After she had Ghana way, the king’s messengers went Roman the land to find a new queen.
And India end, the beautiful Esther won the crown.
Meanwhile, Mordecai sat outside the palace, where the Chile Haman would Czech up on him daily.
"I Haiti you because you refuse to bow to me!" Haman scolded Mordecai. "USA very stubborn man. You Jews are such Bahamas! If you keep this up, Denmark my words! I will have all your people killed! Just Kuwait and see."
Mordecai went into mourning and tore his clothes–a custom known as Korea. He urged Esther to plead with the king.
The Jews fasted for three days and grew very Hungary.
Esther approached the king and asked, "Kenya Belize come to a banquet I’ve prepared for you and Haman?"
At the feast, she invited her guests to a second banquet to eat Samoa.
The king asked, "Esther, why Jamaica big meal like this? Just tell me what you want. Unto half my United Kingdom will I give you."
Esther replied, "Spain full for me to say this, but Haman is Russian to kill my people."
Haman’s loud Wales could be heard as he carried Honduran this scene.
"Oman!" Haman cried bitterly. "Iraq my brains in an effort to destroy the Jews. But that sneaky Mordecai–Egypt me!"
Haman and his 10 sons were hanged and went immediately to the Netherlands.
And to Sweden the deal, the Jews were allowed to Polish off the rest of their foes as well.
"You lost your enemies and Uganda friend," the king smiled.
And that is why the Purim story Israeli a miracle. God decided to China light on His chosen people.
So now, let’s celebrate! Forget all your Syria’s business and just be happy! Serb up some wine and Taiwan on!
Pronounced: PUR-im, the Feast of Lots, Origin: Hebrew, a joyous holiday that recounts the saving of the Jews from a threatened massacre during the Persian period.