Thursday, June 26, 2014
Tal Solomon is a Tel Aviv-based young Israeli stand-up comedian whose shows are presented in Hebrew. But earlier this year he did a round of stand-up sessions in a Tel Aviv hotel in English.
Tal's show is called How to be Israeli. In his one hour program, he explains how a tourist can survive in the Holy Land by learning all of the stereotypical characteristics of Israelis.
Here's a short excerpt from Tal's show, in which he touches on Egypt's pyramid scheme and Israel's expertise in the Olympics.
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