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thanks!!April 12, 2013 6:00 pm at 6:00 pm in reply to: How to tell the Shadchan that the girl's too heavy #946251
lol Yitay. U took the words right outa my moth.
Ooo. Howabout when ur taking out ur contact lenses and u spill the 2 tablespoons of old solution on ur floor instead of going to the bathroom sink. Hee. I know im not the only one who does this…
Syag- Wow every one? And it only took u a month? Kool. 😉
*gets in line*April 11, 2013 11:34 pm at 11:34 pm in reply to: PHOTO: Orthodox Jewish Man Covers Himself In Plastic Bag On Plane #945789
I wonder if he got hot under there…
Take an awesome summer trip to EY! You can get the whole experience, (friends, independence, kotel, froyo..) with none of the pressure!! HatzlachaApril 11, 2013 11:15 pm at 11:15 pm in reply to: How to tell the Shadchan that the girl's too heavy #946216
Isnt that LH?
Why do you have to give a reason?
Go for a massage.
OMG. Purple! Theres an app for that?!?!! I soo need it!
but..then… id hafta leave… 🙁
LOL. Tot imagining all kinds of embarrassing scenarios right now.. involving the overexcited neighbors confused/surprised face and his whole family involved in the awkward return back to ur porch without u noticing… AHAHAA. (Sorry.)
Tuition to BMG?
Playing music extremely loud while driving.
“I have not misspelled anything (excluding typos) for several years”
Wow. Sounds like a hard life.
Ha Torah. I told my younger siblings Im too mature to dress up. They looked at me funny.
Torah, I like ur posts. Keep at it.
And this is weird. Guys, stop hiding and admit u appreciate it when girls wear heels.
And personally, I dont think girls wear heels to actually gain height. It makes us feel more dressy and attractive somehow. No idea why. It just does.
“Did they originally refer to the same ball/wall?”
Im confused. A ball is a round bouncy thing. A wall is a large solid unmoving… thing.
Pick a different spot.
Get in trouble? Seriously?
You just gotta hang around a yeshivish guy who wants to get your attention but isnt sure how to address you.
“Uuuuuh excuse me.. Rebbetzin?”February 8, 2013 7:27 pm at 7:27 pm in reply to: Viral Video: Girl Curses Out Judge, Gets Thrown in Jail – Who Is Right? #929682
What he said.
I wanna b the guy who gets to tell Achashverosh to bug off when he asks him why hes chopping down that tree..at the end…at the party…
Oh I show looooooots of emotion when Im upset. I jump up and down in my seat. I sing loudly. I explain animatedly with hand gestures (not the rude kind) why I’m frustrated and how late I am. I discuss it with Gd and tell Him “Ha ha Hashem! Veeerrrrry funny!! THIS IS NOT FUNNY!PLLLLEEEEASE GET THIS DUDE OUT OF OUR WAY??” I tell myself “Chilll…. patience… have patience..” And other things that generally keep my car passengers entertained. I do not hit. I do not let out my frustration on objects. THAT is a bad message.
If u wouldn’t want Spouse to find out from someone else, u should probably share it yourself. Things always get out. Nobody wants to feel like their partner in life is hiding things from them.
I have the same question.
You should express emotion with words, not pound on steering wheels.
Looooool! Did it bump into the cinnamon stick first?
Make up room.. I LOVE IT! HAHA
Mice- Jump on nearest surface, shriek a little for the fun of it, come down when nearest male says its gone.
Bugs- Move Out.
Think about HER and what she would like. If ur ready to propose, u should have some kind of idea.
“If you are going to a lounge and you show up with tupperware filled with Shabbos leftovers ….”
U absolutely should learn and read about the good side of marriage. Its up to u to find good examples. Fear alone won’t help u but the reality is that scary things happen and there’s nothing wrong with being cautious.
“is it really so strange that I end up feeling sad for person #2 and my own feelings of pain/hurt lessen after hearing someone else’s problem?”
No, sometimes realizing how much worse it could have been makes u feel fortunate. But to me u just seem to be feeling bad about their pain instead of urs.
“Is it wrong for someone to share their pain to show that my pain is not so bad or not worth feeling bad over?”
Yes. No one should tell u ur feelings are “wrong” or try to stop u from feeling something. That doesn’t actually work and doesn’t make people feel better. Validation is what makes people feel better. You are entitled to feel whatever ur feeling.
Boys will be boys.. but no supervision is unsafe and not normal imho!
Why do couples have to go out to have a date night? As lovely as it sounds.. doesn’t seem practical. Id rather sit in my sweatshirt and fuzzy slippers and play taboo. Or eat smores and talk on our rocking chairs on the front porch. Still requires effort to keep up, but more do-able.
When its not a question anymore. When you know ur ready. (Generally speaking.)
I collect as much sleep as I can now to save up for when Im a sleep deprived mother. Any other single girls out there feel this need like I do? 🙂
I..dont..even..understand…know…where to start!
HAIR ON ONES HEAD IS JEWISH. IT IS JEWISH TO WEAR HAIR ON ONES HEAD.
Can someone else step in here please?
If I were a guy Id wear a blue velvet yarmulke instead of black. Just because. 🙂
I think they do that on the “Chazak Line”
Good for u!
This is so ouchy.
Pleeeeeeeease do not judge the definition “Yeshivishness” based on this thread.
Yes there is a Yeshivish “look” but only some close minded people give it the “meaning” they claim it has. And those are the type of people who’d be afraid to be real anywhere, in any society.
Not to be a complete cynic.. (Kol Hakovod to those who are doing it!) But answers like “Kedusha!” and “Grow!” sound kinda fluffy to me. I think the main concern is the (duh!) money. You have a boost of support when u first get married. A year or 3 down the line, starting from scratch in America can be very hard.
Its definately a hard thing to work through and you need to give yourself alot of time. I think separating the pain u went through and the person who did it to you helps. When ur past the pain it helps. Feeling pity for the person who is so out of controll helps. Talking to the person (I know…) helps. Getting help helps.
“2) I tend to think of sarcasm as more of a male tendency, which may be based on an ingrained chauvinistic view (that I’m not proud of) that all women are dainty creatures who wouldn’t dare say something that isn’t proper and polite.”
That made me laugh. 🙂