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It’s either navy blue or bluish-green.
Prunes! And cranberry juice!
What I want to know is who in their right mind would name their kids Papa and Mama.
My giraffe escaped from captivity (be there no better technical word) and became a doctor.
Not really. I like Rice Krispies. But NOT Rice Krispie treats. If I get any this Purim, I’ll burn ’em with the rest of the chometz on erev Pesach.
Nope, never. What is it like to eat?
Pretty much, yeah. Puffed rice is more of my thing.
How about Han Solo and Chewbacca? It’s a great use for that old sheitel you don’t wear anymore!
Only when I boiled it in water and melted cheese over it.
@loudandproud – No worries. It’s a bit of a CR inside joke, if I’m not mistaken. 😉
I just call ’em people. *shrugs*
GG,to be honest, I prefer the mon. Now THAT tastes like chicken – or anything I want, for that matter.
There was that one time I wondered what window cleaner tastes like….
If a song contains the syllables “oyoyoyyyy” and they are enunciated in an emotive fashion, it is likely Jewish. 😛
Yup. The packaging made it look like it ought to taste like chicken but … as usual, it tasted just like matzah.
Suggestion: read plot summaries online instead of watching the episodes. That way, you can still follow the story for however long you feel the need to. 🙂
And for movies, there are companies that offer content filters for the newest titles within months of their releases. (Will the Mods let me name the companies?) If you don’t want to completely cut out movies, you are now able to at least cut out the most negative content in them.
Why am I the only one who brought their grogger…?
RebYidd, I clicked on this thread with every intent of posting the same thing as your OP – but you beat me to it!January 29, 2015 12:47 am at 12:47 am in reply to: Suggest subtitles for others (okay, and yourself…) #1152539
I’m in the mood for a change – what would you guys suggest? 🙂
Guys, I appreciate your enthusiasm in debating your topic, but I feel it is sufficiently different from my original topic.
Mod-permitting, I’d like to ask that you continue your discussion in a different thread.
I think I have the basic information I need. I’ll go bother my rav if I have any further questions. 🙂
There is no need to close this.
Why thank you! 🙂
I still have marks on my face and hands (bite marks and burns) from when I tried to light a menurkey last year.
Mazel tov! Based on the mannerisms you’re describing, it seems pretty reasonable to deduce that all babies are born with the potential to be gedolim. 😀
You can’t always buy a bottle of Vitameatavegamin tomorrow!
I guess there’s a sort of eiruv the Enterprise, because Captain Kirk and Mr. Spock both seem to wear them 24/7. 😛
@DaasYochid – So, is it safe to deduce that this incident happened to both you and Popa in proximity to a kosher Krispy Kreme doughnut shop, presumably in middle America?
I defeated a black fly. Beat that!
Suddenly, Grand Theft Auto sounds pretty tame….
DY – Are you for real?
More importantly, PBA, are you all right?
To the original poster, lakegirl: May I have the Hebrew name of your son so we may daven for his refuah sheleimah? This sounds pretty serious.
I like Roller Coaster Tycoon. I find that Railroad Tycoon is a bit confusing, though. Different company, different rules. Not all Tycoon games are from the same developers.
For girls, I would recommend the Nancy Drew PC games. They’re pretty clean, and could be appropriate for a Jewish home with a few exceptions: one game covers Mayan culture, another has heavy Greek mythology themes, one game takes place in Ireland and you can see some Celtic crosses in the background of one scene and a couple of the games have particularly intense ghosts (that turn out to be fake in the end). Oh yeah, and Nancy does have a boyfriend and is often a character Nancy can call on her in-game phone for game hints, but that’s not a major part of the games and you can easily play them without having to bring that up at all. There are about 30 games in the series now, and it’s at the parent’s discretion to determine which ones are suitable for their homes.
There used to be a series of Jewish games about the Shoftim called Tanach Quest. Not sure where to find it anymore, though. It may be a bit disturbing for young players, though, because — believe it or not — there’s a bit of bloody violence and jump scares from villainous characters you have to kill with axes and knives.
You can also use a ROM emulator to play old arcade games like Pacman, Joust, and Paperboy.
Good for you! If you weren’t getting productive results from using a smartphone, you’re probably better off using a regular “stupid” phone. 🙂 And believe me, it’s much easier to post on the CR with a proper keyboard and mouse than it is on a touchscreen. (YWN, will you ever give the CR a mobile version?)
Mazel tov, lamud vov tzadik!!!
Send my regards to Mendy and Rivky!
RebYidd23 – You should respond, with a deafening growl, “IS THAT A CHALLENGE?!” And wait for someone to say, “Oh, no, RebYidd23, I wouldn’t DREAM of challenging you!” 😛
@sirvoddmort – Oh my…. That must be very confusing.
I think of decaffeinated beverage as “decaf,” but when I see the words “decaffeinated coffee,” I immediately think of the CR category.
What is the obsession these days with Greek yogurt, out of curiosity?
The only good things the BBC has to offer, in my opinion, are Doctor Who and the Teletubbies. And when I say Teletubbies, I’m being incredibly generous.
What can I say? They’re only good at telling fiction. The problem is, now they’re claiming it’s reality and people actually believe it.October 26, 2014 11:39 pm at 11:39 pm in reply to: Lets All Make Non-Nasty Comments About Other Posters! #1037569October 26, 2014 11:33 pm at 11:33 pm in reply to: Lets All Make Non-Nasty Comments About Other Posters! #1037568
Gefen makes nice instant ramen noodles without MSG. And I love a nice, warm bowl of homemade chicken-noodle soup.
But those noodle soup cups are kind of gross. Not because they taste bad – heavens, no! (I’m rather partial to the piquant flavored ones from Osem, I think is the brand.) It’s just that if you bring a cup of them to school, everybody feels the need to ask you if they can reach their grubby hands into your cup and take some of your noodles. And if you consent to this indignity, your noodle soup cup becomes gross.
@randomex – Yes, that’s what I’ve heard about why he used lollipops. Apparently, on Telly (intentional pun), they were also starting to ban depictions of smoking.
Would a better question be “Lollipops – who loves ’em?”
You guys make this sound so funny, I ought to turn my ad blocker off. 😛
Just kidding, of course!
“Do you know any adult who likes a lollipop?”
Well, I know *of* a fictional detective who seemed to really like lollipops.
catch yourself – Which side was he standing on? 😉
But yeah, in that circumstance, that seems a bit unfunny. I do not like it when people feel the need to polarize and pigeonhole everybody they interact with. It doesn’t bring us closer together as a nation; it divides us into more and more segments.