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Firstly assuming you’re friends with a yid, why are you saying lashon hara with no toeles?
And if your friend is an akum, what does that say about you?
This all depends if there was a nearby garbage can in which to put the hole punches. Because as we know with garbage cans, it’s location, location, location.
I totally hear you. I have wondered the same. Certainly, there is a litmus test for this one. Post something that you feel should not pass Yeshiva World’s moderators, and see what happens.
The pro of this plan is that your query will be answered. But the con. The con. The con is that your brow may sweat by the sweat of your brow. And your esophagus may have an even longer sliding scale than usual. It is a risk, my friend.
I sense a psychological complex here. You are focusing on your days of singlehood. The user name “nee Baum” already has this focus, and you blame the neck pains on your mother in law. I ask you, was your neck never stiff when you were single? And I answer you, with some help from blubluh, that if you are an active member of Klal Yisroel, it probably was.
As one with the above mentioned user name, I consider myself an expert on pros and cons.
My answer is, it depends. What are you selling? Food is always a good thing. Small electronics are good as well. But when they start with the narishkeiten of clothes and scarves, I don’t see how it makes business.
Oh! One more thing. Umbrellas are a must.
I’ve long felt that if something else will make them happy (ie, a ring pop candy, reminiscent of Eliezer’s gifts in the parsha) why not just use that? They’re a cheap and fully kosher alternative.