It's Yom Kippur 2015, y'all!
What has historically been a Jewish day of spiritual atonement, fasting and prayer, seems to be giving the Internet a bit of trouble.
Fasting begins tonight at sundown and only ends tomorrow after 25 hours have passed. It's real serious, bros.
Want to wish everyone a VERY happy Yom Kippur. Get turnt up.— Trevor S (@trevso_electric) September 22, 2015
It amuses me to watch gentiles struggle with wording their Yom Kippur wishes, given the inappropriateness of "Happy Yom Kippur."— Rebecca Cohen (@GynoStar) September 22, 2015
I never know how to wish my Jewish friends a happy Yom Kippur and I'm pretty scared to ask.— ≠ (@ThomasHCrown) September 22, 2015
Many seem to think the Pope is crashing the solemn, reflective party by coming to America:
Important question: Where is the Pope going to break-the-fast? #yomkippur— dcc (@TheDonnieCC) September 22, 2015
Many others are just having a rough time of it.
I just found out Yom Kippur starts tonight. That's not near enough to prep myself to fast. Maybe next year.— Jeremy Pinsly (@JerBearPinsly) September 22, 2015
I haven't eaten today; haven't worked in any way, shape or form; and haven't left bed. Yom Kippur- am I doing it right?— Jules Li (@FabFreakaNature) September 22, 2015
But really, we just wanted an excuse to post this great new video from Broad City's Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer about their struggle:
You do you.