however, in light of his wrangling of a superior team for NBC’s The Voice, i thought it appropriate to post again in support of @you can look past the shayna punim, he’s got it all….actually who cares what else he’s got.
There was an Orthodox man who needed some assistance in passport control, and he asked for help.
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Being the yenta I am, I tried to offer assistance, to which he responded (without making eye contact), “Not you.” This might sound really weird and kind of sexist to some, as it did to my boyfriend.
But what I explained to him was that it’s not uncommon for stricter Orthodox men and women not to touch, sit next to, or even look directly at members of the opposite sex who are not his or her spouse or family.
while you’re unbuttoning your gotkes to make room for the last of the sugar cookies from night 8, I give to you the epitome of a nice (cute) jewish boy: Matt Ritter. (i’ll wait while the collective swoon of Jewish mothers everywhere dies down.) He then combined these skills to help cofound His list of creds is longer than the list of spellings for ‘hanukkah’!
Matt’s got a regular shtik at the Hollywood Improv in L. oh and there’s his comedy web series, The Bottom Rung. Matt, I know you aren’t exactly single which is typically a requirement for - BUT you aren’t married either so I hondled you a spot on the site.For more observant Jews, foregoing foreskin is just one of many rules and customs that govern how and when a couple can canoodle.But before we get that dreidel rolling, it’s important to note that Orthodox Judaism covers a wide spectrum of sects; from the ultra-conservative (Hasidism) to the more secular (Modern Orthodoxy).Amar'e is one of the NBA’s few jews, but what they lack in numbers he makes up for in looks.hubba to mention he visited Israel last year and has been quoted saying he wants to become a better jew.If you’ve ever walked by a Yeshiva, you’ll notice the female students wearing long skirts and sleeves, and possibly tights.