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Just in time for Passover: The RuPaul’s Drag Race Haggadah

Written by gaytourism

Part of the Drag Race Haggadah (or, Ruggadah).

Passover began at sundown on Friday, 30 March. And good news for Jewish Drag Race fans, because someone made a RuPaul’s Drag Race Haggadah called the Ruggadah.


The Haggadah is the text recited over the first two nights of Passover seder. It shares the story of Passover, including the ten plagues and the four questions (customarily recited by the youngest at the Seder). Haggadah translates to ‘telling’ in Hebrew.

The story of Passover chronicles the plight of the Jewish people in Ancient Egypt, and their eventual escape, under the leadership of Moses.

The Ruggadah

The Ruggadah Tumblr blog began back in 2013. While the updates were slow to come at first, over the years the blog has been updated to include the latest seasons of Drag Race.

Here are some of the best gifs from the Ruggadah:

Passover lasts through Saturday, 7 April 2018.

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