How Do You Spend Purim Night After Breaking The Fast?

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    WIY
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    Please share how you spend your Purim night. Thanks.

    #926035

    JayMatt19
    Participant

    Ask next year.

    Megilla motzei Shabbos this year

    #926036

    takahmamash
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    It doesn’t matter what year it is or how Purim falls out – I spend my night helping my ezer k’neddo to get the mishloach manot together, and deciding what the delivery schedule is for the next day.

    #926037

    ThePurpleOne
    Member

    skool purim chagiga!!! and every other yr i alwayssss gotta finish up all my mishloach manos..

    #926038

    popa_bar_abba
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    Doing the mitzvos. Keeping the Torah.

    (ie. drinking)

    #926039

    WIY
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    popa

    No mitzva to drink by night….maybe a hechsher mitzvah.

    #926040

    ED IT OR
    Participant

    Doing homework

    #926041

    takahmamash
    Participant

    There’s no mitzva to drink at night.

    #926042

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    There’s no mitzva to drink at night.

    You declare that so definitely. Are you so definite about other machloksim, or only about this one?

    #926043

    WIY
    Member

    Popa

    Machlokes Popa vs?

    #926044

    MCP
    Member

    If you drink enough at night you can be hungover enough to sleep the whole day, satisfying the shita that the way to be mekayem the mitzva of purim is to take a nap. That is why drinking at night is a mitzva.

    #926045

    popa_bar_abba
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    #926046

    WolfishMusings
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    I spend my Purim night reading the Megillah.

    The Wolf

    #926047

    takahmamash
    Participant

    I say what I mean and I mean what I say.

    #926048

    popa_bar_abba
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    An elephant’s faithful 100%.

    #926049

    oomis
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    I go home from shul to bake and/or cook for the seudah. The shalach manos is already done a day or so before, but I like to get the jump on my seudah preparations and make my mother O”H’s hamantashen recipe(the only hamantashen my family loves). THIS year however, for a change, I am invited out for the seudah, and have nothing to prepare except my gorgeous self (;p). And my shul is planning a purim party after the first megillah reading, so I hope to attend that BE”H.

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