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    So the women keep making so many threads about women stuff: makeup, perfume, makeup hair, make up and other stuff. So I decided we needed to have our own thread where we can discuss manly issues like barbeques and meat and stuff like that.

    So I’ll start:

    So my mother taught me how to crochet when I was really young but I don’t remember anymore and I really wanted to knit my own talis and teffilin bag. Any good sewing tips?

    #1011259
    dunno
    Member

    Derech HaMelech

    You actually think you’ll beat our threads? Good luck!

    #1011260
    yossi z.
    Member

    You want to knit or crochet your own tallis/tefillin bag? (There is a difference)

    #1011261

    dunno:

    get out of our clubhouse!!! We will be talking about things you girls can never understand!!

    yossi z.

    No I think it is knitting. I was thinking it would be a great way to relax while getting a nice new tallis bag at the same time. After all I can’t knit little boots- I’m a man.

    #1011262

    i would recommend the braided cable stitch.

    you could use the basic box stitch, but thats more girlish

    #1011263
    Nonsense
    Member

    So my mother taught me how to ..

    Is that a begining for a Men’s thread?

    #1011264
    just sayin
    Member

    yeah I almost had this thread confused for a womens thread . . .

    #1011265

    i have really perfected my sewing technique over the past few years i think ill start giving classes…

    #1011266
    Ken Zayn
    Member

    Its about time there was a mens thread. You dont know if i’m a man or not from my name so i’m happy to post and you wont know. Mod 80 is also genderless or of indiscriminate gender and you havent stopped him/her either. In fact from most posters names we dont have a clue what gender they are. We’ll have to judge from the content of their posts so lets see… Um… Derech and mod 80… Knitting??? Yep as I suspected, both females. you’ve definitely both got to leave this discussion and go join dunno in the painted nails thread, otherwise known (for some strange reason) as a MANicure

    #1011267
    deiyezooger
    Member

    knitting is in general a ladies thing to do so if you want something like that done, then you gotta ask your wife for help, sorry this time, try to start a mens thread with real mans stuff.

    #1011268
    smartcookie
    Member

    He, knitting? A men’s thread ? :O

    #1011269
    HaLeiVi
    Participant

    What kind of branch is the best to use to poke your hotdog with at a camp fire?

    #1011270
    always here
    Participant

    a “Man’s Thread”: what chores and things do you do around the house, with the children, for your wife? 🙂

    #1011271
    deiyezooger
    Member

    Lets talk some Gamarah and Sh”A or a good R’ Chaim’s chap and then we will see who is the man in the (coffee) room…

    #1011272
    deiyezooger
    Member

    When someone will be able to answer what the gamarah in M. Chanuka Daf 563 amud gimel says than we will know who is realy a man.

    #1011273
    stickynote
    Member

    This thread is starting to look pitiful so I will be so kind and help you guys out:

    – Talk about your good old Dirah/ Dorm Days

    – Talk about where to find the best shwarma, falafel..etc..

    Talk about how to make a mean bbq

    – Discuss how to make a good steak

    – Good luck

    #1011274

    deiyezooger: Nice try there. Real men know that chanuka doesn’t have 563 blatt.

    #1011275
    deiyezooger
    Member

    Duh… So how many blat does M’ Chanuka have…

    #1011276
    apushatayid
    Participant

    We could begin by inviting our friends Glen, Jack, Johnny and Jim.

    #1011277

    Please, I don’t usually like Jack and I never deal with Jim.

    Shnitzel days I just ended up making my own shnitzel and selling.

    How old are most of the men here anyway?

    #1011278
    apushatayid
    Participant

    I heard it has 8 daf. According to beis shammai you have to start on tes and work your way back to beis. Beis hillel allows you to start from beis.

    #1011279
    TheGoq
    Participant

    – “Talk about where to find the best shwarma, falafel..etc..”

    the best shwarma/falafel place in queens is pita hot on main and 76th

    #1011280

    Shaila: If I use my dryer to warm up my left over frozen shwarma, may I use the dryer for frozen pizza, a couple of days later? Please help.

    Also, ladies, please please, GET OUT of here. This is our very important thread. K? Thanks, see you in lipstick thread

    #1011281
    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Please clarify:

    Was the food wrapped while in the dryer? With what?

    How hot is your dryer?

    How old was the shwarma? (was it nosen taam lifgam?)

    #1011282

    It was double wrapped, I always make sure of that. You know those brown paper bags, and it had wax paper around it as well.

    It was on “regular heavy”. But I may be inclined to use permanent press next time.

    You really expect me to remember how old all my frozen left overs are?

    #1011283

    You probably have to clean it out really well and then put it on high for an hour or so.

    Please act responsibly and get a contractual agreement from your wife so that she can’t later claim that she thought you were “just joking” and didn’t think you’d “actually do it”.

    Also, remember to clean out the lint trap before AND after every cook cycle.

    I suggest tumble dry for 20 min and then any medium dry until the cheese is bubbling nicely/schwarma is steaming.

    Remove cheese/schwarma bits with a plastic knife after the dryer has cooled. Metal utensils tend to make marks in the dryer when trying to scrape off the cheese.

    #1011284

    Thank you so much! This was the funniest thread I ever read, I could not stop laughing . . .(until I got to the lipstick thread which isn’t very funny)

    #1011285
    smartcookie
    Member

    Mesecht’ Chanukah? Huh?

    #1011286
    mewho
    Participant

    you should needlepoint the bag, not knit or crochet.

    knit a scarf or sweater

    crochet a hat or yamulka

    needlepoint your talis and tefillin bags.

    #1011287

    you guys are wasting your time

    right now im sitting in front of a 64 inch HD TV watching the game, drinking some brews with my best buds.

    half time im gonna put some slabs of ribs on the grill, if my huge dog doesnt eat them first.

    after the game i think ill sit and relax over a good game of poker while puffing on some cuban stogies, and sipping some fine brandy.

    #1011288
    always here
    Participant

    LOL

    #1011289
    apushatayid
    Participant

    80. Which game? 🙂

    #1011290
    jewish source
    Participant

    Mod you must be YWN Rabbi you lead by example. TVs smoke bitul torah gambling a dog.

    You probably closed the threads on addictions.

    #1011291

    which game?

    THE game!

    man you must not know much about sports

    #1011292
    Nonsense
    Member

    My husband told me there is no Meseches Chanuka. Maybe (s)he’s referring to Meseches Purim.

    #1011293
    Nonsense
    Member

    Oh yes.. and by the way I think there’s a Gemorah somewhere (or maybe Medrash) that sais that a man brings home wheat/four – does he chew it? A man brings home flax – does he cloth himself with it? It’s us women that complement and bring shleimus to a man’s work. A woman is she who makes the bread & CREATES THE THREADS.

    #1011294
    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Yochie, are you a woman?

    #1011295
    apushatayid
    Participant

    THE game is next sunday. Real men don’t watch the pro bowl 🙂

    #1011296
    Brooklyn Yenta
    Participant

    i had to scrape myself off the floor from laughing so hard. i always say the guys have more fun 😛

    #1011297
    yossi z.
    Member

    Yochi please tell your husband that there actually is a masseches chanuka (it isn’t very commonly known by that name though). It is about 2-3 blatt at most and is in the middle of masseches shabbos.

    #1011299
    ✡onegoal™
    Participant

    Anybody using the terms “lol” or “omg” is not a real man!

    #1011300
    yossi z.
    Member

    Anybody hear the story about when men were being admitted into heaven they were told to form two lines. One was for those who were dominated by their wives and one for those who dominated. All except one stood in the first line. When the one man was asked how he got to be standing in the second line, he responded: my wife told me to …

    #1011301
    deiyezooger
    Member

    Q: Whats the halacha if your cleaning lady accidently washes the dairy dishes in the fleishig sink?

    A: “Toeis aki”m muter!

    #1011302
    Pashuteh Yid
    Member

    Anybody want to buy a 150 foot yacht in mint condition? I am upgrading to a bigger boat.

    #1011303
    ✡onegoal™
    Participant

    Pashuteh Yid- Sure i dont mind adding another one to my fleet. How much you asking?

    #1011304
    Pashuteh Yid
    Member

    20 million, but there is a 5 dollar discount if you pay in cash.

    #1011305
    ✡onegoal™
    Participant

    Pashuteh Yid- Sounds good how are you going to get it to me, I have a summer home in nebraska, a winter home in scotland, a spring house in portland. Haha and they’re all on the lake. Hehe

    #1011306
    yossi z.
    Member

    Deiyezooger: are you chassideshe? (Toeis akI”m …)

    #1011307
    dunno
    Member

    “dunno:

    get out of our clubhouse!!! We will be talking about things you girls can never understand!!”

    Don’t worry,Derech HaMelech. Knitting’s just not my thing. I should tell my grandmother to join the CR though. And you call this a thread for men?? Oyyyyyyy… You guys sure need help (as usual). Girls, what do you say to helping ’em out a bit?

    #1011308
    always here
    Participant

    dunno~ I tried earlier! “a “Man’s Thread”: what chores and things do you do around the house, with the children, for your wife? 🙂 “

    lol ;-P

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