Cyberdating wiki

(more…) Yes, there was the Details article (which, by the way, was more about Jews in porn than it was about Jews being seen as desirable).

And also some brouhaha about Jewish girls being called “Coasties” (to the delight of some and the chagrin of others).

And so family values is something that when religion isn’t important anymore gets left by the wayside, people don’t care about having kids, taking the legacy forward.

I appreciate that the duo believed they were providing a vital service: a discussion of the purported rise in perceived desirability of Jews.

” and other questions answered by Cyber Dating Expert‘s Julie Spira, in this Jewish Journal interview.

Special kudos to JJ writer Ryan Torok for venturing in front of the camera to have Julie assess his online dating profile.

To commemorate these themes and celebrate the inner parts of our lives that we might not always feel comfortable expressing, Jews traditionally dress in costume.

Some costumes are fun, or (taking a cue from secular cousin Halloween) present an excuse to sex it up a little, at least for the one day.

“Duh” statements: “I love travel and sushi,” “I love to laugh,” “communication is the most important thing,” and “love to hike and bike.” They don’t really tell you anything about the person in question: it’s like saying “I’m a carbon-based lifeform who enjoys breathing oxygen and locomoting bipedally” (except less interestingly).

And as for “my mom thinks I’m a catch,” we’re so glad for you, and are certain that this focus on your mother during a search for a life partner is not at all negatively influencing your results.

Here’s an excerpt from the A/V Club review: Once upon a time, David was a boring video-store clerk without much of a social life.

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