NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report) - Finding themselves too busy to celebrate the traditional (and time-consuming) rituals of a Passover Seder dinner, millions of multitasking Jews this year are instead embracing a new Twitter version of Seder: Tweder.
Tweder, a rendition of Seder in 140 characters or less, reads as follows:
"Why night different? Recline. Locusts, frogs, boils. Dip pinky. Wine 4 ghost. Hide Matzoh. Find it. Dayenu." More here.