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Funny Chanukah Cards

If you're wondering what an appropriate greeting for Chanukah is, or what your Jewish friends want for Christmas, we can tell you: A funny Jewish holiday card. Hanukkah, Chanukah, Hanukah, Chanuka, Chanukkah, Hanuka, Channukah, Hanukka, Hannukkah, Channuka, even Hanukkatz — no matter how you spell it, Chanukah is a fun, festive Jewish holiday full of lights, traditions and presents. Candles, eight days of gifts and even some elephants thrown in for fun, Chanukah stories are the best.

While Christmas only has one day of gifts (boo), some lucky Jewish kids get eight days of gifts, lucky bastards. It's almost enough to make some of us want to convert. Plus, you don't have to be required to sit on a pervy guy’s lap at the mall every year or worry about an old, fat man getting stuck in your chimney (or if you live in New York, your radiator).

What you do have to worry about is what the hell to shop for eight times over. Unlike the gentiles and their one-and-done Christmas customs, their Jewish counterparts are required to shop, and shop, and shop some more. Oy vey. It is the holiday that — literally — keeps on giving. But one of the things you can give that'll really spark a smile is the selection of uproarious funny Hanukkah cards available at NobleWorks.

Get your Jewish friends some funny happy Hanukkah greetings — so funny, in fact, that it'll take them to the funny promised land of laughter. Let your Jewish buddy know he's Juan in a million with these hilarious holiday cards from NobleWorks. Like dogs? The Dogs of Hanukkah is your jam. Or what about Hanukkatz, with three little kittens in yarmulkes? Or Mr. Potato Head’s nightmare about being turned into a latke during Hanukkah. Your Jewish friends are sure to repay your funny gifts with funny birthday cards in the future. Shop for funny Hanukkah greetings at NobleWorks — we have a great selection of hilarity for you to choose from.

And if you happen to bump into Santa, ask him why he skips the Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, Hindu and Agnostic families. Ask him to put them on his Nice List this year.