After Yom Kippur and Tisha B’av Jews are supposed to break the fast. But why single out the fast people? Is there something about them that makes them more deserving of punishment than slow or medium paced people?

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Simply because the fast people get to the cake and orange juice before everyone else. So there's nothing left for the slowpokes.


Yes. Too fast or merubah, lo tofasto.

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