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I think that there is a general prohibition that one is not allowed to be self-disparaging. I haven't seen this as an actual issur - prohibition per se. Howvwer, there are many paragraphs in Pirkei Avot that in some way, mention that one should not do this. The two most notable that I can think of: וְאַל תְּהִי רָשָׁע בִּפְנֵי עַצְמָךְ - Avot 2:13 Do not ...


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No it is assur, for through trying to come up with shtus you will inevitably run through actual Torah in your mind. This is so even if you wanted to, for whatever reason, read kefira in the bathroom which of course technically has no kedusha


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Kalonymus ben Kalonymus (13th-14th century) authored such a work entitled Masseket Purim, a parody for the Feast of Purim. (I think) I believe Immanuel the Roman (13th-14th century) authored a work of this genre as well entitled Makhberet Imanuel



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