Several years ago, I met two funny Jewish sisters, Davida and Sybil, at a networking event. They have a business called Davida Aprons and sell matzah-themed tchotchkes, aprons, and other kitsch décor items always with a sense of humor. They’re both Baby Boomers and have been in business since 1980.
Searching for a Bagel Wine Bottle Cover or a Matzah Mitt? – Look no further
One of their specialty items is adult clothing protectors. (aprons and bibs) Need something in a blue lame? No problem!
If you’re feeling patriotic you can buy an American flag oven mitt or a pair of Stars and Stripes boxer shorts.
One of my favorite products is their “Let My People Go” toilet seat cover printed on top of a matzah background.
Do you play Mah Jongg?
Stock up on Mah Jongg-inspired bibs, aprons, oven mitts, towels, tablecloths, pillowcases, pants, purses, hats, and bags to completely accessorize your next game along with all your friends. It doesn’t matter if you’re a shiksa, because anyone can play Mah Jongg.
The game originated in China during the Qing Dynasty. Somehow it became popular with Jewish ladies in New York. The whole thing is kind of a mystery.
Be a Kurlfriend!
Davida and Sybil have also developed a hair product line called Kosher Kurls. It celebrates boingy hair by making your kurls kurlier while still leaving your hair soft. Kosher Kurls shampoo is sulfate-free. You can order it with Deep Everyday Conditioner or Leave-in “Shmear” Conditioner. Want to try it? They’ll send you some samples.
Bring a matzah gift to your next Passover Seder?
They have an entire Passover Collection that’s everything Matzah. You can even get a Matzahman Doll that sings and dances. If you get constipated after the seder, read their book, Matzah-Pated! 10 tips to Prevent Constipation available on Kindle. It’s great reading if you’re sitting on the toilet and will help you “Let your people go.”
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