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March 13, 2013

Bar Mitzvah boy Jorel rocks out to Queen, Psy in new video invitation



Jorel (Youtube)

Embossed letters, gold envelops, weird RSVP cards with unnecessary texture, and of course, the obiligatory "kiddish luncheon to follow."

Whatever happened to traditional bar mitzvah invitations?

Granted, I haven't received an actual bar mitzvah invitation in quite some time, but it seems a new method for transmitting a request for attendance is video...music video.

Jorel is the latest young man to digitally invite his guests.  A few weeks ago, we saw Daniel's save the date, featuring "Shaq and Barkley" (now at over 375k views).

This time, Jorel is playing off tracks from Queen and a little Psy...and it's not that bad, especially when he hits "Bohemian Rhapsody."  

BTW if this trend becomes a real thing, the U.S. Post Office is in for a HUGE loss...I mean, imagine how much revenue they get from the invitation business...

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