L’chaim !……… Burp.

Zicke Zacke Zicke Zacke Hoi Hoi Hoi !
Zicke Zacke Zicke Zacke Hoi Hoi Hoi !

Ein prosit ein prosit gemüdlichkeit !
Ein prosit ein prosit gemütlichkeit !

Einz, zwei, drei, suffa !

Willkommen zu Oktoberfest in Taybeh !

The village –home and namesake to the only beer brewery in the West Bank– saw an influx of foreigners, locals and seemingly half of Tel Aviv’s leftist community as thousands gathered in the compound of the municipal hall.

A furious flow of beer accompanied this cheerfully alcoholic event in the only Christian village in the area, perched on a picturesque hilltop just outside Ramallah and surrounded by Israeli settlements and Muslim villages.

The two-day festival hosts a wide range of local vendors offering all that’s good from the Middle Eastern kitchens, plus less authentic fish and chips, as well as homemade olive oil, posters, ceramics, henna tattoos and face-painting, mostly (but not exclusively) for the kids.

“It’s amazing to see people come and enjoy themselves in our village. There are so many locals, so many foreigners, secular, religious, all ethnicities in a very diverse crowd on a very beautiful day – and we’re celebrating life, as diverse human beings.”

“Beer beer beer beer beer beer beer…… Anytime’s the time for Bud…… Bulls**t: Traffic Court…… Wait a second judge, before you pass sentence, lemme pop a cold one.” ——— Gallagher, “Mad As Hell”.

Zicke Zacke Zicke Zacke Hoi Hoi Hoi !
Zicke Zacke Zicke Zacke Hoi Hoi Hoi !

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Kenny Solomon
Israel Survival Updates

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6 Responses to L’chaim !……… Burp.

  1. […]Linked back to http://mypetjawa.mu.nu – Original posting at Israel Survival Updates.[…]

  2. Ha ha Kenny. Pretty good. Didn’t think they drank much beer there.

  3. Andreas K. says:

    Beer is liked everywhere. Except in Mohammed-stan. But there’s very little those folks like, so it doesn’t really count.

  4. Andreas K. says:

    Actually, it’s “Zicke Zacke Zicke Zacke Hoi Hoi Hoi!” and I have no idea where it actually comes from. It’s used in a lot of places, from such large drinking events to sports. But honestly, I haven’t heard it for a while myself.

Have at it....... But please be respectful and no f'n cussin' neither, ya heah ?...... Also please back up all claims of fact in your comments with links (yes, they will be verified before comment posting approved).

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