Only People Who Grew Up In A Jewish Family Will Ace This Quiz!
If your dad has a spiel to tell you, what are you in for?
- A firm talking-to about your behavior
- A long, detailed story
- A funny joke
Which of the following can you expect to see at the table during Passover?
On Christmas, what did your family have for dinner?
- Chinese food
- Italian food
- Chanukah leftovers
You know that BBYO stands for:
- B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
- Bar/Bat Mitzvah Youth Outings
- Bring Bubbe Your Oath
Your friends never understood why you had two sets of everything in your______:
They also didn't understand how you could live your entire life without doing this:
- Going to church
- Eating pork
- Working on the Sabbath
No matter what time of year it was, you were never allowed to leave the house without this:
- A jacket
- An umbrella
- A pair of galoshes
Even though you no longer live at home, your mother still calls you to ask:
- What you want for dinner
- If you can take out the trash
- Why you haven't cleaned your room
Your friends may call her your grandmother, but you call her this:
Every summer, you looked forward to going here:
- The park
- Sleep-away camp
- Summer school
Your favorite dessert was and still is which of the following?
- Chocolate chip banana bread
- Blueberry streusel
- Chocolate babka
You know that a real reuben is made with corned beef, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, rye bread and which dressing?
- Thousand Island
Your mom is always trying to set you up with which of the following?
- An NJB/NJG
- A good chiropractor
- A bigger house
You wore one of these every day for good luck health and happiness:
- Friendship bracelet
- Hamsa necklace
- Rabbit's foot
Why was the door left open for Passover
- So your family could come in as they pleased
- To signal to the rabbit your seder was about to begin
- To welcome the Prophet Elijah
If you were sick, your mother or grandmother would give you a dose of "Jewish penicillin", which is what?
- Cough syrup and honey
- Matzo ball soup
- Horseradish and mustard on rye
Your mom probably started planning this before you could walk:
- Bar/bat mitzvah
- High school graduation
- College graduation
When you meet another Jewish person for the first time, you might:
- Review your Jewish geography
- Do nothing differently
- Ask where the closest deli is
If you are kvetching, it means you are:
- Unhappy with your food
- Complaining about something
- Confused about something
Sometimes your mother gets farklempt just thinking about you. What does farklempt mean?
- Choked up