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April 1, 2012 1:22 am at 1:22 am in reply to: Are these young women nuts, selfish, out of it or something else? #865125
what a conversation! thats so true. i make sure to always say youre welcome to someone who didnt say anything. i even say thank you to automatic doors. (im weird in that way…) hardly do i get a thank you or a smile or even a nod when i hold a door open, or do a faavor for someone else.
i have realized this IS something to do with the person’s upbringing. Chassidish women who look down on me will NOT acknowledge my presence. but the spanish and african amricans i work with say thanks and good morning and smiles.
can we explain this?
wow! thank you for posting!
if anyone doesnt want their new 6th gen, ill gladly take them. thank you
one of my favorite diets?
the garlic diet.
eat everything you want, but anything you eat must be smothered in garlic.
drinking water come naturally with this plan, and you will soon find eating isnt as enjoyable as it used to be.
ninconpoop!! i remeber my bus driver calling me that!
i feel the same way. i dont really have time to just hang out on here, but when i do i like to read about some topics here. i dont usually post, but i love to just read:)
chinese people are wonderful! if not for them, what would you call your good plates?
lmho-similar, but laffin my head off:)January 8, 2012 8:13 pm at 8:13 pm in reply to: Girls High School Curriculum: Maybe all the schools need to do this #870019
i agree with what you are saying how it is a huge waste of time, learning to make apples into swans is ridiculous, but learning to check vegetables is an important part of being a cook.
i would love to learn to do thatJanuary 8, 2012 4:47 am at 4:47 am in reply to: Girls High School Curriculum: Maybe all the schools need to do this #870015
tests??? that is retarded!!
i second the motion.u MUST do something. you cannot let your husband, who u must admit is abusve, abuse your kids. call shalom task force, or your rav….just get yourself away from him!
wow, always, your story is very, very sad and terrible. i am sincerley sorry and i hope everything works out for you this is not a situation where he is just losing his temper, and you should NOT be afraid to do something. this is WRONG, and you have to tell someone. be it your rabbi/rebbetzin/good friend, whoever etc. and get some help.
so not fair there isnt snow this year…we have to remind mother nature that it is February..
oomis, wow what encouragement…
wow…really nice!January 7, 2012 11:37 pm at 11:37 pm in reply to: Girls High School Curriculum: Maybe all the schools need to do this #870011
wow! lucky girls! i wish my school would do that! but in my school, we have to learn for the New York regents, and therefore have no time for extra curricular things like that. although that would be fun..January 3, 2012 12:35 am at 12:35 am in reply to: "Where Are the Men"-Article in last week's Mishpacha #844399
i agree with treble. women/girls take it very personally.
that is pretty embarrassing…feel better!
dont. makes you sound like a showoff. to me at least
same problem, and i have an hour ride to school both ways.
defnitely papa…the way he teaches tht dad..sooooooooooo cute!!!!!!!!!!!!
i also like reading and writing. i like to doodle, and ive made many really cool pieces of art with just mindless drawing. not like i have so much free time though..
Pretty sad story. Ill bet there are many guys doing the same thing to alot of girls.
lol @ strivingfortruth
i think that is sad. in asia especially. imagine having only men, so sad. its not even funny.
why dont people like girls anyway?
im personally offended.
girls are human too!!
about the rain, i think that would be fun. i love when it rains, and i looove when it pours so i thinks thats not a problem. the frizzy hair is fine if you just put in some hair product brfore you leave. and if it starts raining after you left, its fine too noone will care.
about complienting girls, it might not be so appropriate on a first date but second and third i is definitley appreciated.
this is an important shaila and requires a long response. i will be as breif as possible.
if you are sitting on your bed doing something of importance, for instance writing, you can stay for longer. if you are sitting on the bed cecause of the comfort it provides, you may have to shorten the time you spend on it. texting/emailing freinds is not considered important, but for business it is ok. if you get a call from a friend and you might stay on the phone for long, you must get off of the bed.
as for the toilet, okay here it gets complicated.
if, in your bathroom you have magazines that you MIGHT read. you can stay for 2-3 minutes max. for magazines you WILL read 1-2 mins max.
if you have no magazines, you can stay as long as you need to with out being too comfortable.
as i said before, this is a complicated issue and you should ask your local rabbi
hey chaim, i totally agree with you. its not like that in all groups but its definitely there alot of the time. like some other guy said, try to be freindly first, and they will catch on
mega supermarket coming soon. supposed to be something like costco i hear. dunno
i just eat the leftovers…we’ll have the chometz in the morning!March 27, 2011 6:59 pm at 6:59 pm in reply to: single guy and single girl talkin about shidduchim #911508
cute story, sacriledge i dont think there is anything wrong with this if it is kept professional.
you just might end up marrying her!
dont worry. we all love you
i have 3 reports due tomorrow, i know how you feel. i wish you tons of luck! 🙂 you can do it!!
i wouldnt use a toothbrush that is wet. 😛 gross!
i never take my shoes off in public (besides school)
and about the benching, i might. not sure.
very interesting questions
if you have windows 7 or something, you can have sticky notse on your desktop and keep it there, copying and pasting everytime. but this really helps!!
maybe can you put this as a sticky??
a green apple and orange juice
then maybe some selzer and a rugela.
wish i were old enough….
my mother, (i dont drive yet) rarely uses her horn. even when the guy in front of us is at a green light for an entire MINUTE. (i am not kidding, we timed it). us, her kids were telling her to honk at the van but, nope. she said its against the law to use it unless it’s for safety purposes.
and i TOTALLY hate the city.
there are good parts to texting, but i know some people who seriouslsy not talk to someone because every two minutes their phone beeps…
popa i must agree.
i had school 4 a half day (high school) and my 5 year old nieghbor didnt! talk about being fair…
but the french changed their anthem after chabad took it, so is it still bad?
im deffinitely not addicted
i take a shower, do a couple crunches, and read a little. by then i am exhasted anyway and so i fall right asleep.
wow…im almost in tears…March 15, 2011 11:32 pm at 11:32 pm in reply to: lighting shabbat candles in memory of family murdered #750113
i still cant get over how sad it is…
can’t wait to light shabbos candles
princess, i agree with you totally. it depends completly on the kid.
agree wih princessMarch 13, 2011 6:52 pm at 6:52 pm in reply to: talking about personal things aloud on cell phone in public #749427
when i am in public, i try not to speak on the phone. even if its not so personal. i think its just not modest and i dont like when people listen to my conversations. i would rather just text or say i would call them back later.