By Benny Goldman – AbbaDo Studios
A hitherto unknown addictive substance which is threatening the Jewish community worldwide is the subject of a new film produced by AbbaDo Studios in Melbourne.
According to Professor Achash V. Rosho of the University of Persia, Hamantaschen Addiction has the potential to cause significant harm to tens of thousands of young Purim party-goers.
“This is serious,” Professor Rosho writes in The Persian Times in an article titled, ‘Haman is Back to Haunt You.’
“There are various forms of Hamantaschen Addiction; the most potent being those made with poppy seed. Withdrawal symptoms from this addiction are particularly severe according to a study undertaken by South Korean Professor Big-Sun together with Dr. Seresh who is based in India.
Both academics are concerned about the lack of availability of Hamantaschen on Pesach and the potential catastrophic ramifications of the withdrawal process.
Doctor Seresh argues, “Maybe we need to create Matzah in shape of Hamantasch to help these desperate addicts.
If nothing else helps, perhaps the placebo effect will help stem the effects of withdrawal.” Professor Big-Sun agrees suggesting that the alternative could be the emergence of a serious Hamantaschen black-market operating on Pesach which could make a mockery of the prohibition of Chametz and
even potentially set off a second global financial crisis.
Professor Rosho is also adamant that there are no simple antidotes for this serious addiction. “People have tried Vash Tea and even Morde Chai Tea but while they may provide some relief, the addiction is not cured.” But there is a cure to this frightening addiction – watch the film to find it.