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  • in reply to: girls thoughts on boys #746214
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    liking someone is usually primarily based on looks. if there is attraction, there will be further interest. once you get to know the guy better, his (hopefully) positive traits will shine through and reinforce these feelings

    in reply to: Shidduchimóhow to get your name out there? #977032
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    while you’re at it, why don’t you just take out an ad in the classifieds of the yated, or any other popular jewish newspaper, that will definitely get your name out there…

    in reply to: Common expressions to avoid #741783
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    i dont either see what’s wrong with it. in fact, i think more people should be taking the advice to heart…

    in reply to: ???? ??? ???????? #741394
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    a red band tied around the wrist or ankle may follow chukas hagoyim and is not universally accepted… that may have been what you were thinking of…

    there is nothing wrong with the color red, but it should not be used to attract unnecessary attention to yourself

    in reply to: Birthday/Yartzeit in Leap Year (2 Adar's) #742324
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    twisted-

    is that really true? whats the source for it??

    in reply to: Birthday/Yartzeit in Leap Year (2 Adar's) #742314
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    my birthday is in adar rishon, as in it was a leap year when i was born… i always said that i didn’t have a birthday, which makes for an interesting topic of conversation…

    in reply to: Is The Number 18 scary??? #739198
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    it may seem hard now but at every point in life we ask ourselves how we thought the teens, 20s, 30s, etc was hard or busy… every point in life has its own good points, as well as some tough parts… hatzlocha with everything

    in reply to: Can You Keep A Secret? #735438
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    so can i, but honestly… were you expecting anyone to post that they cant keep a secret??

    in reply to: parents or oneself?? #733438
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    it is important for you to discuss what you want with your parents so there arent any miscommunications, but always keep in mind that parents can usually see part of themselves in their children, and being that they have more life experience than you do, they can help you make a decision about what is right for you

    in reply to: SNOW!!! #1082935
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    r.l.-

    when else would anyone in WH, as you call it, be able to play any games in the streets without putting themselves in a lot of danger…

    in reply to: #715213
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    i agree, it’s chanuka not purim. if you’re drunk enough to have mixed up your al hanissim’s, there’s a bigger problem than the supposed terror…

    in reply to: VOTE HERE if guys in BMG should wear name tags #729126
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    good point, i’ll take back what i said. i’m just not for the whole “selling yourself to the highest bidder” approach that shidduchim has become.

    in reply to: VOTE HERE if guys in BMG should wear name tags #729124
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    haha, i definitely think it’s a cute idea but it would never go over well with the guys! who wants to wear a label (that says everything about him) on his sleeve? especially with a barcode, it’s a yeshiva, not a grocery store!

    in reply to: How Many Screen Names? #708172
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    ha ha! why should it really matter how many screen names a person has?

    in reply to: Non-yiddishe music on ipods #708012
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    if you use your ipod only for shiurim, keep it for shiurim only. if you have a strict policy with yourself that you are not going to put any music on the ipod, you wont come to downloading your friend’s garbage. also, with regard to not being friends with this person anymore, he is obviously struggling with something and needs all the positive support he can get. this is the time to be there for him and help him. good luck

    in reply to: 20 yr old boy vs 23 what's the difference? #712831
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    i agree that it’s very important that both the boy and girl are ready to take on the responsibilities of raising a family and running a home, but since usually neither of them has much experience in either area, the more time thay have to grow into their roles together, the better their marriage will be. i will say, though, that if the girl or boy is not ready, especially emotionally, for one of the biggest changes of their life, it wont matter how “mature” they are.

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