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  • #1198032

    Little Froggie
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    -Ask Little Froggie what he thinks.-

    Little Froggie doesn’t think. Thinkerator has been temporarily shut down. Will be going on auto-think for the while.

    #1198033

    popa_bar_abba
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    He could have been drunk when he started it. It wouldn’t be the only time.

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/drunk-na-a-blazingf-skingk

    #1198034

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    That was the one in which you admitted it. There are a bunch more which are also pretty obvious, though.

    #1198035

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Ah! I didn’t consider a silly drunken post. That works too 🙂

    #1198036

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    LF – you’re the one who always expects me to get it when someone is joking.

    btw, I don’t think a sense of humor is connected to bina yeseira. I think that men are actually the pros on humor (in general). Women are more likely to take things literally (at least when it comes to jokes – men take things literally in other ways).

    #1198037

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    What do men take literally?

    #1198038

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    I think maybe men are easier to deceive/ manipulate/hide things from than women are and women are better at deceiving/manipulating/hiding things. It sounds negative, but it can actually be a very positive quality – I just can’t think of a positive word for it although I am sure there is one.

    You can use this quality in a positive way by to getting your husband to do the right thing without having to be assertive or controlling.

    I think men take things at face value and are less perceptive. They don’t know how you are feeling unless you tell them.

    I have at times noticed conversations between my friends and their husbands which involved the husband saying something that was insulting to his wife and he had no clue that there was anything insulting about it – he thought he was just making a factual statement and didn’t realize that someone could view it emotionally and be insulted. That’s because men don’t read into things.

    These are just general impressions I’ve picked up over the years but I think they are pretty accurate in general.

    #1198039

    tznius
    Member

    If my husband comes on here people probably wouldnt know were married since wed probably be so different.

    #1198040

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    You got married!? Mazal tov!!!

    #1198042

    tznius
    Member

    lightbrite – that should be a nevua – amen.

    #1198043

    He is using the very user-name he supposedly gave his wife – that makes no sense!

    Actually, this is supposed to be the one he didn’t give his wife. We’re not told what the one his wife knows is.

    If my husband comes on here people probably wouldnt know were married since wed probably be so different.

    “Hey, you’re so much like Whatsisname! Are you married to him?”

    -No one ever?

    #1198044

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    “If my husband comes on here people probably wouldnt know were married since wed probably be so different.”

    on the other hand, they might figure out your other usernames.

    #1198045

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    Comlink, it IS a bit confusing, but check here:

    PBA’s OP: “Well, that wouldn’t do. So I made a new username, and posted all the stuff that I didn’t mind her seeing under the new username, and kept my old one to post the real stuff.

    And that is how this username came to be. I chose Popa bar Abba because that was what daf yomi was up to that day.”

    (apparently PBA was the new name that he chose based on that day’s Daf Yomi).

    and:

    Does your wife read YWN? (and a confession)

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/does-your-wife-read-ywn-and-a-confession#post-509028

    #1198046

    Lilmod Ulelamaid
    Participant

    I’m curious: 1.Are there any posters here whose spouses also post?

    2. Do most posters’ spouses know they are in the CR?

    3. Do they care?

    4. Do they read their posts?

    5. Do they comment on their posts?

    #1198047

    I stand corrected.

    #1198048

    Lightbrite
    Participant

    Is your wife on imamother?

    #1198049

    tiawd
    Participant

    My wife knows I sometimes post here. It took a while for her to cajole me into telling her my username. But I don’t post anything she would find objectionable or that doesn’t reflect my real opinions (even if I don’t always express them as openly outside of the CR).

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