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  • #1138164

    The Queen
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    “Joseph just quoted the shulchan aruch”

    He quoted ‘???? ???? ??? ????? ???? ?

    #1138165

    Avi K
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    Joseph, what is “tarbeh” and what is “sicha”? My understanding is that the latter is chatting.

    #1138166

    mdd
    Member

    Joseph, please! There is a difference between calling someone by one’s first name and being marbe sichah!

    #1138168

    Joseph
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    Avi: Chatting, small talk, sicha, etc. Yet we have those here defending small talk (sicha). b’ishto omru, kal v’chomer b’eishas chaveiro.

    http://www.theyeshivaworld.com/coffeeroom/topic/reply-to-mdd-about-calling-girls-by-1st-name

    #1138169

    apushatayid
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    Does speaking to a co-worker about work related matters fall under the category of sicha, if not, the mishna is not applicable at all.

    #1138170

    Joseph
    Participant

    Small talk is non-work related matters. More water cooler chat.

    #1138171

    WolfishMusings
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    Joseph, what is “tarbeh” and what is “sicha”?

    Oh, please… not this argument again. Next thing you know, someone is using this to say that you shouldn’t say “good morning” to your wife.

    The Wolf

    I think the correct verbiage would be, “Hey you! Good morning!”

    #1138172

    👑RebYidd23
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    You shouldn’t say “good morning” because the phrase does not have Jewish origins.

    #1138173

    The Queen
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    “someone is using this to say that you shouldn’t say “good morning” to your wife.”

    That may lead to an interesting day, of ‘mishna observance’.

    Husband may come home for dinner to ?? ???? ???? ???? ?????? ???? … ?

    #1138174

    MDG
    Participant

    “You shouldn’t say “good morning” because the phrase does not have Jewish origins. “

    Maybe you are trying to funny by replying to Z-dad.

    #1138175

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    I think the correct verbiage would be, “Hey you! Good morning!”

    You joke, but that thought actually crossed my mind as I was cooking for Shabbos.

    The Wolf

    #1138176

    squeak
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    #1138177

    Joseph
    Participant

    You joke, but that thought actually crossed my mind as I was cooking for Shabbos.

    You think of Coffee Room discussions when cooking your meals?

    #1138178

    Avi K
    Participant

    MDG, you did not read it correctly. The SA and MB are talking about going to someone’s house and bowing (as a salutation) before davening Shacharit. The second opinion is that it is prohibited unless he already said birchot hashachar.

    #1138179

    WolfishMusings
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    You think of Coffee Room discussions when cooking your meals?

    I think about all sorts of things, including CR discussions.

    (Including the discussion that it is forbidden for men to cook because of “lo yilbash”)

    The Wolf

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