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If non-kosher food is cooked by a Jew is it kosher?
You’re all wrong
If music is Hebrew it’s tziyonish it’s even worse than English but English is worst
Lashon kodesh is too holy for regular people like you
His thread is a chilul hashem
And lashon hara
DID YOU JUST INSULT KENSINGTON????
I know a family that did Labor Day as their theme
Main tip for being happy – take care of yourself
You want the principal to shriek???
“And I know some wealthy askanim who plan on attending”
Do they also know you?
My question exactly
Thank you everyone for not replying
Are you really going to make this important decision based on the opinions of some anonymous sources on an online coffee room??
Should I post the name of every boy that is redt to my daughter and ask if he’s worth a try?
Is there something about the snow that stops a person from drinking beer and shouting at the other team?
I once ate pizza that tasted like socks
Just as the son of an actuary is an actuary
What does actual rabbi mean according to you?November 20, 2017 4:24 pm at 4:24 pm in reply to: That advertisement in frum magazines with the large realistic bedbug pictures #1406365
I’ll tell you
I’ll tell you all about my reaction
EVERY TIME I SEE IT
I immediately check inside every mattress, blanket, laundry basket, closet, cabinet, bathtub, drain, and drawer on all three floors of my house for a similar looking bug.
Then I cut out the advertisement and hold a family meeting where each upstanding member of the family memorizes the characteristics of said bug.
It is a very scary time in the world of bugs.
I cannot host even a single one of these things.
Who knows what outside influences they’ll bring????
Oops. I think I did geneiva
I hope you all know that they changed the rule to the 8-day-rule.
Kind of like similar to a bris milah.
Except please don’t drop the baby on the floor
Like a wise man once said, “Smile! Things are only getting worse.”
Pros and cons, it sound like you would make a great social worker. I don’t know if it’s halachically permissible however to give a psak like this on an anonymous forum. Honestly, I would hate to be the catalyst of our ancestor frau schneirer being insulted
yes. are you asking because you really don’t know?
where is this question coming from?
Your question reminds me of the mashal with the bucket of water. I think you should fax this question in to the Lakewood Bais Horaah
I hate to be the mussarathon giver around here, but I don’t think it’s sensitive to talk about canes on such a public forum. Who knows how many chashuva senior citizens are reading this and thinking: If only my problems were with candy canes! My grandmother used to use a real real cane! Oy rachmana litzlanNovember 14, 2017 12:58 pm at 12:58 pm in reply to: Are you a tall guy? What’s it like to be a tall guy? #1403462
I’m a average kind of height and I always got my average kind of height’s grandmother’s hand me downs.
Till my rebbeim suggested I stop wearing grandmother sweaters…not good for shidduchim and all that.
Just a few minutes ago I caught a thief like that.
He was crawling across my dining room floor – I quickly grabbed two negel vasser cups and trapped him in them.
I’m not sure if I should leave him or let him out in the forest behind my house.
Either way, the cup with the yerushalayim design is a little bigger than the regular one so it’s mamash doing three quarters of the job.November 9, 2017 1:16 pm at 1:16 pm in reply to: Is it illegal to walk around wearing a counterfeit “I Voted” sticker? #1399691
Well, last year, I didn’t vote but I wanted a sticker. So the wonderful officer who was in charge of that particular public school told me I could have one. However, to avoid rudely lying, she asked that I write in an “x”. I wore a sticker that said “I x voted”
Makes everyone happy, eh?
Your mother started with the basement. Ok. I’m going downstairs
You know what I like to say?
Forget about who eats the last cookie.
Who makes a louder bracha??
And a bracha acharona? Do we even remember that such things exist??