WATCH: Israeli comedians teach you to spot an Israeli abroad

"By the amount of food that you took, I could tell you're Israeli."

By JPOST.COM STAFF
May 7, 2018 15:16

Funny Monday 53

Funny Monday 53

 
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Top Israeli comedians Shahar Hason and Yohay Sponder perform stand up comedy in English every Monday evening in Tel Aviv as part of their series "Funny Monday," that attracts not only olim (new immigrants) and tourists, but Israelis with basic English as well.

Watch as the Hason, Sponder and guest comedians find the funny in spotting Israelis abroad and other funny things happening in the country.

For more about the show, visit sponder-standup.com.


 

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