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    What’s are the best ways for every Yiddishe mishpacha to honor their family patriarch in recognition for all he does for the family, and by extension, for Klal Yisroel?

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    Stand up when he comes into the room
    Don’t sit in his seat
    Don’t argue with him disrespectfully
    Don’t interrupt him
    Ask him about his day first
    Serve him food first

    Anything else that would show he’s the king of the house



    Please enlighten us as to how your multiple pretend wives honor their family patriarch in recognition of all that you pretend to do for them and by extension, all of Klal Yisrael?


    fathers day card with a nice note?


    He should be referred to in third person by all members of his household. “Would The Father like a glass of water to drink?” “Can The Father learn with me later?” “I apologize to The Father for making him so angry before.” “Hello Father and welcome home.”


    When it’s time for the monthly bath let him go first and
    have the clean water. That’s how it was done in the Alte Heim. Just make sure at the end when the water is so dirty that you don’t throw out the baby with the bathwater.


    Don’t write tuition checks for the year, and you’ll hear from them monthly.

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