These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: The Talmud
Badass Decay: Before becoming a Talmudic sage, Reish Lakish was the leader of a bandit gang who could jump over rivers In a Single Bound. A few years after his Heel-Face Turn, he tried it again and failed. This isn't necessarily seen as a bad thing, though.
When Moses ascended on high, he found the Holy One, blessed be He, tying crowns on the letters (of the Torah). God said to him, "Moses, they don't say hello where you come from?"note literally: Is there no "Shalom" (greeting) in your city?
There was an incident in which a dead body snorted at two men...
And the bit in Megillah when, one Purim, a rabbi got too drunk and accidentally killed his friend. He prayed for the man to be revived, and miraculously he was. Then he invited his friend over next year, at which he was told, "You can't count on a miracle every time!"
Ho Yay: Rabbi Yohanan and Resh Lakish in Bava Metzia 84a. Resh Lakish sees Rabbi Yohanan bathing in the Jordan, thinks he's a woman, and pole vaults the river on his lance. When he discovers his gender mistake, he says to Rabbi Yohanan, "Your beauty for women!". They become at the very least Heterosexual Life-Partners, and brothers-in-law to boot, as Resh Lakish marries Rabbi Yohanan's sister.
Squick: The Order of Kodshim, which covers sacrifices, discusses lots of blood and gore. Tractate Chullin in particular is not for the faint of heart; there is an illustrated guide released around 2002 which gives you intimate knowledge of every little tube and organ in a cow's body.