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Hi! Last week’s cufflinks were the turtledoves, which are the korbanot brought after bringing a child into the world. As a bonus, when it’s a double parsha, the turtledoves are also brought as part of the process of cleansing the metzora.

So I kind of did this week’s parsha too, which is convenient, because I wanted to feature cufflinks in honor of Pesach as well, and we won’t be playing Cufflink of the Week for a while due to the chag break.

So let’s play Cufflink of the Chag! Stress yourself out trying to make the connection here.

Have a wonderful, stupendous, holy Yom Tov, and if you use any of my haggadot, well, firstly, I’m honored, and secondly, I would love to see a picture of your prepared Seder table. Please send it to me.

Thanks always for playing! See you in the next issue!


For years now, Martin Bodek has been wearing cufflinks themed to the week’s parsha, to stimulate conversation around the Shabbat table. Naturally, it begged for a wider audience, and The Jewish Link seems like a perfect home—especially in name. Every week, we’ll present the cuff links, and you tell us how it ties in to the parsha of the week. E-mail your guesses, educated and otherwise, to [email protected] and we’ll publish the best and most creative answers a week later. Have fun!

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