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If you have something to do with it, go to Chase Bank on 49th Street and 13th Avenue.
Drinks at Starbucks/lounge for 1st date. If you like her, then food for 2nd date.
Get drinks and walk alongside the water
What are you looking to find out?
So where you headed to first?
I’ve been to 42 states. Lots of cool stuff to see and will take you a few months minimum to see the major attractions around the country.
Why don’t you call them?
If you’re interested in spending Shabbos with religious families and want to see what it’s all about, you can visit shabbat.com.
The most unlikely of matches have been made before so I wouldn’t discount the shadchans motivation for sending you the resume.
Additionally, as a guy I get sent resumes from shadchanim that are way off and it is very frustrating. But ill look at them and make a decision. Shadchanim typically don’t know exactly what you’re looking for since they are involved in setting up many ppl at once, so they may just put you in a category (yeshivish, modern, chabad, etc.)
I don’t think you’re picky. Just don’t expect that every shadchan that sends resumes to you will be on target or even close. There’s always the delete button.
Yes, I got one as well. Were we really chosen at random?
Wallflower- I think you would be flattered.
You can be a shadchan at home. All you need is a phone.
ESPN doesn’t exist anymore in time square and my most favorite dessert is on the upper west side not east.
Here’s one thing I’ve never understood and have brought it up to many people who agree with me. Why do so many frum people take their kids to baseball games, in the middle of the summer, to sit amongst the goyim that are drinking beer, cheering on their team, cursing, women wearing low cut shirts, etc. and are fine with that, but make it completely assur to go to watch a movie, in a dark movie theater, with no interaction with the goyim around you?? Why is that a problem?? Let’s say your only going to watch a PG movie…
Thanks but that’s too far. If you know of anything in the tristate area (excluding the 5 boroughs), that would be great.
What I would like, is for someone to explain why it’s Mutar to take your kids to the see the Yankees/Mets play in middle of the summer, with half dressed women, drinking beer, singing and rooting for their home team but can’t go to a quiet theater, where its dark and watch a movie? And let’s say its too watch a clean movie…