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i have s/t similar – without the yawns, but like i can’t always take good deep breaths and then i feel short of breath which is really frustrating. and no one has been able to tell me what to do. s/o did tell me s/t the other day; she said it helped her, i didn’t really see it, but maybe it’ll help you – to take as deep breath as you can thru ur nose and breath out also thru ur nose slowly and then try to take that regular deep breath. she said it helps. hatzlacah
this is a shtickle crazy. why don’t we all eat what we eat, drink what we drink, since no one is convincing anyone else, and all be a lot happier and calmer that we’re not arguing anymore!!
i personally eat cholov yisrael, many of my friends and also my family eat cholov stam, and we all love each other just fine. so stop it already! we’re all just tearing each other apart and there’s no tachlis to it!
you’re right of course, bein hasdorim. i don’t mean that the people are worthless, and of course i treat them fine. i meant that they’re not for me, and going out with someone for no reason really makes me crazy.
popa, about the goral – listen, if you’re as great as the steipler, i fell priveleged to know you (sort of anyway) and can i have a bracha? otherwise — well i can’t tell you what to do, so i wish you a lot of hatzlacha in everything you do and hope nothing bad comes out of it. and can i have a bracha? al tehi bircas hedyot kalla be’eynecha… 😉
i learned that the STEIPLER did the goral hagr”a ONCE in his life. that should teach us s/t no?
anything; i don’t care what! no l”H of course… 😉
i’m thinking of going there to teach in the day school – can a/o tell me about it ?
well i’m always here either somewhere early-ish in the morning israel time, or else really late at night. fun stuff. but it’s good for me cuz that’s when ppl are around.
random pages? any ones?
apparently. so tell me how, i’d like to know. it would save me a lot of emotional investments in worthless shidduchim.
do we know how to do this properly nowadays?
oh, and oomis, i agree!! i’m working VERY hard on the research here, so don’t worry!
right, avner gold is the best!!
but it’s going to be very different from that. if i had to compare it, it would be closer to cohens of tzfas, but honestly, i’ve never seen something similar to this, that’s why i had the idea.
i know just today i was walking with my friend and bumped into a bee. the first line that crossed my mind was ‘dating with a bee.’ first date i’ve had in a long time!
someone just explained to me the terms. yct-yeshivat chovevei tzion, modern yeshiva. maharts are female rabbis.
so i just got the joke. mod – haha.
Actually it’s Chovevei Torah and the term Maharat has been changed to Rabba, back to funny shidduch stories…
oh yeah, and ANOTHER loaf of bread. my roomate says i should make apple-challah kugel. ich.
oh dear, mchemtob! thanks for the ideas and encouragement… by the way, someone just gave me a present of a pack of orzo and a 684 gram can of tomato paste. any ideas?
mod i must be totally uneducated, but what in the world is yct and what are maharts? do i not know what it is cuz i live in israel?
smartcookie – yum!
mchemtob you sound like a gourmet chef! goodness me, thanks for the ideas.
dovv that’s what you get when you buy pb for sandwiches and then forget that halfway thru the month you’ll get bored of sandwiches, but that’s too bad cuz bread is about the only thing we have in abudance!
lakewood wife: budgeting. that’s what it’s called. veggies: too expensive, flour: couldn’t think of enough uses when i was shopping, and besides, couldn’t think much of anything w/ the makolet staff trying to get me out of there so they could go home early for yom hashoah.
fun fun fun!April 21, 2010 9:46 pm at 9:46 pm in reply to: What Food Item Would You Like To See Get A Hecsher? #895443
pop tarts! i miss them, that would really be great! yum, and cholov yisroel kripy kreme donuts. that was my biggest nisayon when i became cholov yisroel.
happened to me:
on our second date, we were still both pretty awkward, so we sit down in the hotel lounge (also our first time out, the first was a sit it), and after a few minutes of VERY awkward converstion, he takes out a siddur with mefoshim and says, “wanna learn?” i’m like to myself, “okaaaaaaay, this is strange,” but being the unexperienced dater of then, i said yes, which ended up in like a half hour shiur on shema. it was quite interesting though.
we did not get married.
funny shidduch story, happened to my camp director:
she and her husband both speak yiddish, but he’s chassidish and she’s not so they speak different dialects. somewhere along the line, he asks her a question, and she, not really understanding what he said and not wanting to sound stupid, nods and says, “yuh, yuh.” about four days later, he proposes in english. she says yes. he tells her that they were actually engaged four days ago. she looks at him in disbelief, until he tells her that that was the question that he’d ask that she hadn’t understood and just said “Yuh, yuh!” 😉
i think there are certain situations where a twenty year old is entitled to feel aggravated that she’s not married yet. for example, i know an eighteen year old girl who is a very good girl, even considered chashuveh, but because of some family situation or other, is being redt shidduchum that are TOTALLY not for her and she’s is understandably very frustrated and lonely. another example – a girl i know, also eighteen, is not living at home, she’s living by herself, sometimes renting with a friend – but she’s very lonely, and understandably, frustrated that she’s not yet married.