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Syag – Wish I could be there. I moved out of Chi town. Enjoy on my behalf please.
the one at my sister’s house…..
yeshivaguy45 – Someone was using your computer to look up the answer? Or was it a public computer?
noach es shaim es chum
lz – ki yad al kes Kah
I was gonna get engaged after the 2nd date….but he didn’t ask.
Amen simchas by you!
Thank you, Amen!
Thanks Gefen! Ur post made me literally lol! I’m yirtzeh Hashem by your children b’karov!
Thank you! ….and I still haven’t figured out who you are…..
Hey everyone. I’m a kallah!
Shopping – the last one is a song about bikurim. I don’t know what it is called but I do have the lyrics if you want.
gefen – no problem. I was going to wait until I saw you at shul but we both know that me being there and you being there…….at the same time…….is pushing it.
My boss’s line is “You get off Yom Kippur and Tisha B’av. I think that is enough” So yes, I worked yesterday.
It was an amazing 3 minutes. And I know what you mean. I have one of those in my office.
Oh then I guess you were a fan last year as well, skipping 2011.
If you aren’t a fan why would you use that slogan? I don’t know why it took me so long to figure that out. I am not ashamed to say that I am a fan of that awesome team!
There is a certain sports team in Chicago with that slogan…..
onegoal: Are you from Chicago?
The back of the book says that the author is a social worker who deals with teenagers and knows what she is writing about. Not someone who said hey I’ll pick bi-polar that seems interesting. It even has her email address where you can contact her. I think it’s legit but that’s my opinion.
Two teenage girls dealing with a mother who is bi-polar. I don’t want to say much more because I don’t want to ruin it for others.
I thought it was amazing. I cried most of the way through. I think it is important to write about these topics. Did you read it?October 14, 2013 3:13 pm at 3:13 pm in reply to: Why am I having such a hard time getting reddt ideas #978844
I have the same issue but I’m 24 FFB and live in the states. Welcome to shidduchim.
Does anyone know the lyrics to the song:
Moshe Chaim lost his kippah
Asher Zelig spilled his drink…..
I dont know what the song is called.
Thanks!September 16, 2013 9:29 pm at 9:29 pm in reply to: At what point are you officially one side or the other? #983413
It’s all a matter of prospective. The same kind of question can be asked, “At what age is a girl considered an older single?”
Dispatch for Hatzalah. Very rewarding.July 24, 2013 2:27 pm at 2:27 pm in reply to: About people asking me the time while I'm lifeguarding I do shudder #1020756
When I lifeguarded in a camp I had the same thing happen to me. So I used to just hold my arm out and make the kids read the watch themselves.
Put a tissue on some silver foil. Burn the tissue until it goes out. The end.
wow, took the words (most of them) right out of my heart.
Syag – that’s funny. I didn’t go till around 6:15ish
Syag – I think all of us here in this wonderful community think of it as “my 7-11.” I don’t think I saw you there yesterday.
My 7-11 also only has kosher slurpees… Syag have I seen you there?July 11, 2013 4:26 pm at 4:26 pm in reply to: Anyone know of a kollel boker or night kollel in BP or Kensington? #965065
Yeshiva Derech Chaim is in Kensington
I think we should all go back to using a horse and buggy so we don’t have these issues.
Ayala should be a meilitz yosher for all of Klal Yisroel and Hashem should give the strength to the family to overcome this nisayon
All I’m saying is that making sweeping statements like that is just not right. Especially next to the words “It’s quite simple.” There is nothing simple about a broken engagement.
skyfall: “The reason why there are hundreds if not thousands of broken engagements is quite simple.”
You know the reason behind hundreds if not thousands of broken engagements? wow! You are really smart!
Each and every single broken engagement is a story with different circumstances. I don’t understand how you can lump together so many peoples’ pain and unfortunate situations to say that the reason for it is quite simple. Each story is an individual case that can not and will not ever happen or be repeated again with a different couple.
Just wondering if you have any personal experience in this area?
Goq did you go to the game?
yeah I’m looking for someone to marry.
If ur giving them out for free I’ll take one. Why not? Oh and Happy Birthday! May Hashem answer all your t’filos l’tova!
I am sorry to hear that.
I’m not going to comment on that comment.
It made me shake my head and say oysh.
I went to one of the high schools in Chicago mentioned by some posters and I had friends in the other one. You have to know your child and do your research for that specific child. Each school has good and bad parts. To sit here and say the administration in this school is horrible or the school doesn’t care about the students is totally not called for. Chicago has very fine schools that educated and is educating very fine girls. It really hurt to read these posts. People should be careful about what they post here.
Nice to see that people agree with me 🙂
Social standards are good until they become a cause for self doubt when in truth he/she is not doing anything wrong per se.
What’s the point of this question?
The following is my humble opinion:
Boys and girls should not be doing what “everyone else” says is correct like not wearing sweatshirts or shaving every single day.
Personally, I want to marry a guy who does things according to halacha and once halacha is met he should feel comfortable doing whatever he wants regardless of what “everyone else” says.
We are creating children who are not comfortable in their own skins. A girl who feels horrible about herself because she wants to wear a sweatshirt and chas v’shalom wear her hair curly one day instead of burning her hair to death with an iron. A boy who doesn’t feel like shaving every day and when he is playing basket ball wears a tee shirt. O my goodness people… chill!