Bad for shidduchim dating blog

No guy in his right mind would say, "no, you have to come into my car! That's why they need an adult to push them to go out with people that are good for them." Stupidity.

If the girl is gonna say "no" for a stupid reason (like in KIA's story), so be it. If the guy says no because he'll only go out with a Pamela Anderson lookalike, don't bother him.

I'm learning that more and more every day that people don't care as much as we think they do.

And even if they do, it's all up to the One Above, not man.

One particular shadchan decided he would have none of that.

At the end of the day, it doesn't matter what people think.

Jewish novels are generally formulaic and terribly written. It's not the best piece of writing and it's incredibly girly (my sister gave it to me when i had nothing to read).

They usually use some absurd title, and I feel like the author used a thesaurus for every simple word in order to make him/her sound intelligent. At the very least, it doesn't have the formula that almost all other jewish novels do.

This is because she feels people will look down on her since she is in kollel and apparently that means not spending any money on anything other than food.

She finally realizes she needs to do what she feels is right and not worry about what everyone else thinks.

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