Is it Hanukkah or Chanukah??

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  1. Gomez

    Gomez Well-Known Member

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    As a non-Joo, I'm really confused :dontknow:
    :oy2: : oy:
     
  2. Shivvy

    Shivvy Well-Known Member Banned User

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    jews :facepalm:
     
  3. BrulesRules

    BrulesRules Just grab 'em in the biscuits VIP

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    when someone says Chanukah always makes me think they have a lot of phlegm in their throat.
     
  4. Billy Brown

    Billy Brown Thinking big VIP

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    It is pronounced Cha-New-Ka
     
  5. Gomez

    Gomez Well-Known Member

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    I call it, Joo Christmas.
     
  6. FlaFlaFlunkie

    FlaFlaFlunkie Fabulous!

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    It's not an English word so it doesn't matter which way you spell it.
     
  7. Stew Nod

    Stew Nod Hello VIP

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    I think there are 3 correct ways to spell it
     
  8. DogStar69

    DogStar69 Well-Known Member

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    It's pronounced like you are gonna hock a loogey.

    Very phlegmmy language.
     
  9. gwartney

    gwartney Unafilliated Gold

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    I sent an mail to a co-worker wishing her a happy Hanukkah and she seemed offended and corrected me that she called it Chanukah. I was just being nice to her anyway. I wanted to answer back and ask her how she spelled cunt.