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I’ve always wanted to be part of a tuvya marriage. I guess I’ll vote democrat.
Shkoyach for the insight.
Being Joseph’s wife, I can attest that he has never once told me off for purchasing property in Florida. Because I never bought property, anywhere. And I never bought anything else, for that matter. Mainly because I’m locked in a closet without access to the outside world. So stop with the unfounded accusations, okay?
So how do I get in on all this booty? Asking for a friend.
Actually it’s neither.
The real cause of divorce is cholent. Everything comes down to cholent. It’s too hot, it’s too cold, it doesn’t taste good, it’s overcooked, it’s raw, it’s burnt, it smells too strong, it doesn’t smell strong enough, he ate too much, she ate too little, he ate all the beans, she ate all the meat, they didn’t eat enough, there wasn’t enough left, there was too much left, the crockpot wasn’t cleaned, the crockpot was cleaned too much, he’s a crockpot, she’s a crockpot, etc. etc. etc.
Get rid of cholent, and you’ll instantly see happier marriages.
“Feed the Trolls” by Mary Poppins
I have no clue what you’re talking about. Peaches are delicious, and should not be held accountable for anyone else’s problems.
I actually light for my husband because he’s too busy learning to take the time to light the menorah. Then he comes home, eats 100 latkes, and falls asleep on the couch till 2pm the next day.
Sorry I was being too forward, it’s just you were threatening your wife with the challah knife because she didn’t serve you enough cholent. So I said you should chill out a bit. I apologize for involving myself in your domestic violence issues.
Both have the holy minhag of paying insane amounts of money for an event that lasts one night and no one will care about in a few years.
What a great proof. You’ve completely convinced me. I will now become sephardic.
Do trolls have personality? I ask myself this question all the time.
“Hating NK is no different than hating, say, the Sefardim since they have different views than you.”
Why didn’t you push him to start shidduchim when he was bar mitzvah??? You’re waaay too late, my friend. At this point, your son is an older single, nebach.
The level of learning in EY is the same as anywhere else.
For girls though – If you want to REALLY be a part-time shaitel macher and food blogger, you’ll only get the training you need in EY. Yes, it’s worth the $35,000 per year for seminary.September 12, 2019 3:17 pm at 3:17 pm in reply to: Internet: The biggest source of brocha in the last generations. #1786091
“contemplate any of your ancestors and tell me if you really believe they would have better off rather than how you know them if they live d in the internet age ”
That’s a ridiculous argument.
“The internet age” is not in a vacuum. It is a construct that has evolved from a myriad causes, many of which relate directly to our social, economical, and cultural environments. To just pick it up and drop into the 18th century to see how it does is like finding a caveman and swapping out his wooden arrow for an AK-47.
mr. or ms. lowerourtuition, you’ve clearly missed the point of my post: I’m trying to show how my post is just as useful as every other post in this thread. Seriously, no younger sibling should have to wait for an older sibling to get married first. That’s ridiculous. My post is there to simply show how dumb the whole conversation is to begin with.
My aunt’s cousin’s nephew got married at 21, and he was super mature. So it must be that all boys at 21 are.
Sound logic. Irrefutable. Unequivocal.September 10, 2019 1:02 pm at 1:02 pm in reply to: Can the severity of a sin be learned from the severity of the punishment? #1785519
Joseph, my dear, it’s time to put your toys away and put your pajamas on. There, now, time for bed!
Everyone, sorry for his last couple posts, I was taking out the trash and he somehow got hold of the keyboard. I’m surprised he actually typed something instead of just chewing on it.
Simple solution: feed the older sibling to a troll. Younger sibling is now the older sibling.
RebYidd, yes I do, as I am ashamed at how the product turned out.
Seriously, the only redeeming factor in the entire state are the Adirondacks. The license plate should show a picture of the view from Indian Head Vista, but that would be a terrible idea, as it would cause all the city people to realize they have a nice place in NY, head up there, and completely trash it. As humans have done throughout history. That’s why I became a troll in the first place. Humans ruin everything. But I digress.
I am not mochel anyone who is a troll.
Then again, I am one, so I’m not mochel myself. Which means I need to do teshuva. But I can’t, cuz that wouldn’t be very troll-like of me. So I need to just be mochel myself. But I’m not mochel any trolls. But…
Gevalt, what should I do?!September 10, 2019 12:55 pm at 12:55 pm in reply to: Internet: The biggest source of brocha in the last generations. #1785486
People also complained when the Mussar movement started.
It’s easy to bury your head in the sand and live in the past, especially when you live in a sandbox.
Joseph, my dear husband, it’s plainly obvious. Just open your eyes and look around.
Oh, and don’t forget to leave the back door unlocked on your way out this morning, I gave the house key to Mrs. Goldenschwartzenberg so she could put up the kugel.
Older single women are more likely to maintain a high spiritual level than older single men. Most older single men end up going off the derech as a way to solve their problems.
By the way, my husband is 6 years younger than me, and he’s a ultra – chassiddishe FFB and I’m a baalas teshuva. So we scored like 20,000 points against the “crisis” when we got married! Our shadchan was like, “dude, I totally won the jackpot, you guys owe me $1.5 billion”.
klugeryid, yes, and in fact, he uses it too. To post nonsense on YWN, just like me. We try to outdo each other’s nonsense.
We have such a bayis neeman b’yisrael!!
I’ll just add another bombshell to this:
Vote for the person who will do well for your country, not the person who you happen to agree with on random issues that have zero connection to making the country successful. Like abortion or gay marriage.
Yeah, let’s all chime in on what gehenim really is, cuz we really know… HAHAHAHA
A) We don’t know.
B) Stop believing every little thing you hear in a random shiur.
They’re all terrible, and incredibly boring. Much like New York itself.
I agree. LinkedIn has basically become another Facebook. The only people who might actually benefit from using it are entrepreneurs. Otherwise, it’s a waste of time, other than simply having an account with your current career /education info, in case you’re in the job market, so people see you’re a real person.
Go into Social Work or Special Ed, no one is doing those things!!! And you’ll make millions!
Oh, sorry, my bad… what I meant to say was don’t go into those things, the entire Brooklyn and Lakewood is doing them, and you probably won’t get a real job for years.August 14, 2019 12:11 pm at 12:11 pm in reply to: Should Wedding gowns for the extended family be discontinued? #1774750
My chosson ransacked my wardrobe and burned all my clothes, and replaced them all with burkas. I’m soooo lucky!!! He’s such a special guy. IYH by all of you! Oh, and for our chasunah, he said women aren’t allowed to come anyway cuz they should be at home, so that avoids the whole problem of wedding gowns! Such a smart, amazing chosson I have 🙂
CA, I knew he was the one even with the whole restaurant debacle. In fact, it was precisely because of that situation that I admired him so much. Don’t read so much into what I said on that thread, as I pride myself on being consistently inconsistent, purely for the sake of attention.
Our chasunah is iyh scheduled for next Thursday night, under the bridge at the corner of Chabad and Avodah Zara streets. Hope to see you all there!!!
When I went out with my chosson, I immediately knew he was the one!! He never looked at me cuz its not tznius, he yelled at me for leaving my house to go on a date cuz he believes all women should be home, and he burned my driver’s license cuz women shouldn’t drive. From the first date I knew he was the perfect one!! BH I got soooo lucky! IYH all other girls will also get to feel that way, b’karov 🙂
Can women drive a shabbos car, or is that not tznius too? I’m only asking cuz my chosson said I shouldn’t drive anymore cuz its not tznius. But maybe this would be allowed?
Happiness is not simply a dial you can turn up or down on a whim. So the idea is to avoid doing things that you know will make you happier. But not that you should actively be trying to be depressed.
I know this because Hashem told me.
22menachem, I appreciate your insight, but it’s too late. I’m engaged! L’chaim!
coffee addict, and that’s not all! He’s truly a special guy, he said engagement rings are chukas hagoyim so he bought me a full new wardrobe instead, I’m so flattered! 🙂
It consists of burkas for every day of the week, and a huge variety of tichels in every shade of black you can imagine! Such an amazing engagement gift!!! 🙂
Can’t wait to see how he spoils me next!!!
amen, coffee addict!!!
my chosson is a wonderful man, his name is Joseph, he’s 46 and has been living in his mother’s basement, but he’s very with it and plans to learn in kollel for 6.43 years, and then become a CEO of finance company.
im literally on cloud 9!!
we went out again last night, we went bowling, i was suuuuper uncomfortable the whole time cuz itz not tzniyus, so whenever it was my turn i distracted him so he would look another way. after 5 or 6 times he caught on, so I had to switch tactics, so I said my arm was hurting. So he said maybe we should sit at the bar and rest a few minutes. But that’s a totally pritzusdik place to be, so i said no thanks, ill just kick the ball down the lane instead of using my arms. after trying that, we were thrown out of the bowling alley. then the boy proposed to me and I said yes!! mazel tov 🙂
I’ve been trying to tell y’all the goings on, and how things have been progressing, but these nazi moderators aren’t letting my posts go through.
And by the way, they’re completely wrong: I’m not a teenage boy.
good point, im not a regular by girl, im a bas melech! and every bas melech is a diamond, as my sem teacher said. thanks for the confidence booster!! 🙂
more likely a bored teenage male making fun of the shidduch system and for some mind boggling reason there are sane posters buying in to it.
all I wanted was advice on what to say to the shadchan, no need for all the insults!!
srsly, i’m just a a regular by girl who isnt used to going out to restaurants with boys! i need something a bit more chilled first, like a lobby or a walk around the park or something. and i totally didnt have a say in where we were going, the shadchan just told me when he’s gonna pick up. i didnt know what to wear or anything so i dressed up nice and im glad i did cuz it worked for the restaurant but for real, i just wasnt comfortable you know?
and btw i have a job, im an assistant teacher, been doing it for 2 years already so lots of experience, and i do hope to support my husband so he can learn, of course my parents will help out a little.
Based on the posts you made with your other screen name I would have to question your being ‘regular’
ummm thats not helpful, and im already 22 so people consider me an older singleJuly 18, 2019 12:53 pm at 12:53 pm in reply to: PSA: Reheated pasta is healthier for you than freshly cooked pasta! #1761073
Al dente pasta is the besssst! Totally add some some sliced olives and sundried tomatoes to make it next level. And it’s best when cool!