How does the gingerbread man deal with the Issur of Chametz on Pesach, if he's made of leavened flour? Does he sell himself to a Goy? Doesn't this defeat the purpose of being free on Pesach, of Cheirus?

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    It's assur to sell oneself to a goy. Perhaps the Pesach conondrum is what inspired him to run away!
    – Josh K
    Mar 8 '20 at 2:10
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    He has to be a self-hating chew.
    – rosends
    Mar 8 '20 at 12:00

Apparently, you seem unfamiliar with the fairy tale of the Ginger Bread man. The Ginger Bread man was eaten by a fox. I could almost guarantee that even if the gingerbread didn't have time to rise, a fox would eat him within 18 minutes.

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