Usually, singers wax rhapsodic about the woman’s, um, attributes, and talk about taking her home.
But how do you sing about someone who you really see potential with?
Then she reminded me of her foolproof way to know if a guy likes her “as more than a friend.” “You know how to know if a guy likes you?
He asks you out.” This is very simple advice, perhaps brilliantly simple. Just like women can be shy around guys they like, couldn’t the same be true for guys?
In recent generations, Sephardi rabbis decided to annul this regulation, but according to Rabbi Yosef it should be reinstated.
“Only a yeshiva student who studies Torah has an exceptional permission to postpone marriage, if he fears that marriage might distract him from his studies.
How fitting to end his European journey with a party called “the Ball,” at which attendees tell you straight out: they’re here to woo. ” “Yes, to woo.” (I actually think he was talking about not knowing “to who” he’s going to talk to, but “to woo” makes some logical sense as well.) Warning – this clip, filmed in Brussels at the annual Ball held by the European Center for Jewish Students, may contain the following: *Unlicensed use of Beyonce songs *Footage of Jews dancing *Strobe lighting *A woman wearing one of those skinny scarves *Shocking images of spontaneous Hebrew bus singing and rapping *Euphemisms like “raring to go” *A DJ trying to be supercool while in denial about his DJing at a Jewish meat market *One couple trying to get their “Jewish continuity” on *Jews who come from all over Europe including…Mexico *Did we mention footage of Jews dancing?
Or maybe Will Schuester will be singing it on next week’s “Glee”?
(Gosh, I hope not.) This song has obvious comedic impact (he compares her to Patron, and tries to shake it off by telling himself that he’s a player, only to keep imagining her in a house with a white picket fence until he gives up and says, “put that girl in my kitchen.” Sigh.
JDate‘s launching their new reality web series about JDaters starting February 14th.
Today, the Telegraph blog over at the JTA shared a story from the Hareidi (Ultra-Orthodox) world (via Ynet News): that older bachelors who were not married (and who were not yeshiva students) be punished: with banishment from the city of Jerusalem.But normally one must not delay marriage till after 20, and those who do had better leave Jerusalem and go study somewhere else,” he wrote.