Benji Lovitt
Because the Middle East is Funny

Dirty talk at the GA: top 12 double entendres overheard in Baltimore

Today concludes the Jewish Federations of North America’s General Assembly 2012.  As always, it was a fantastic event showcasing the best that the Jewish community has to offer.

To get the most out of the GA, you’ll need to know your buzzwords.  In case you missed it, here are the top 12 double entendres overheard in Baltimore in 2012.

12. After interacting with my lay leader, I am confident that I could get behind that.

11. How could you not be impressed by the size of his generous endowment?

10. Given the people watching, his ability to present exceeded all expectations.

9. Only with maximum impact can I fully take advantage of his assets.

8. I’ll be in the media room checking out his briefs.

7. At the schmooze event, I was able to connect with multiple willing partners for collaboration.

6. Check out that guy’s junk under the table.

Stop staring at my junk.

5. Not only was the plenary much longer than expected, it left me with a bad taste in my mouth.

4. In the last session, we learned how to penetrate the community through the back door.

3. I wish he’d demonstrated more leadership when switching positions.

2. She invited me into her big tent with promises of engagement.

1. Next year, it’ll be hotter in Israel.

See you at GA 2013!

Co-written by James Oppenheim and other Jewish professionals who requested anonymity while laughing their butts off

About the Author
Since making aliyah in 2006, Benji Lovitt has performed stand-up comedy and educational programs for groups including Jewish Federations, Chabads, synagogues, Masa Israel Journey, and Birthright Israel. His perspectives on aliyah and Israeli society have been featured on Israeli TV and radio and in publications such as USA Today, Time Magazine, the BBC, and more. Benji has worked as a cross-cultural trainer with groups including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Masa Israel and is a popular presenter on the Limmud International circuit. During 2014's Operation Protective Edge, his humorous observations on the war led to his being called in Israel "the only reason to go on Facebook.”
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