Where all the “Nice Guys” are

Ladies, guys are sick of hearing you ask where all the “nice guys” are.
They’re right where you left ’em: in the friends zone.

(Fortunately this is not my situations, but I post for all my fellow brothers out there facing this dilemma).

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Straight from the Shadchuns mouth.

I kid you not the following was said by two shadchans (from Monsey) at two different times.

“It’s yichusdick that the father is in chaider.”

Chaider btw does not mean jewish school in this instance… they meant white collar crime jail.

Sick…

I’m more than sure the shadchans wouldn’t feel that way if it was their money that was taken.

Kallah Sues for Damages!

HA!

This was just sent to me moments ago. I got a good laugh, this was bound to happen!

The Yeshiva World Kallah Sues for Damages After Being Dumped Via Text Message « » Frum Jewish News

Enjoy!

A lesson to all my fellow brothers out there, when it comes to money matters with women JewishWhiteGuy says always PAY UP!

The rabbi’s knew what there were doing when they made marriage a contractual agreement. They didn’t do this for the protection of women, they did it for us, the guys!  Have you ever heard of the saying “Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned” or was it “There hath no wrath like that of a woman’s vengeance!”?

Anyways it still holds true to this day, ask any married friend of yours in confidence if he cowers when his wife gets mad. They’ll tell you alright, boy do they tremble.

 

Anyhow, the guy was a total jerk. (I am sure the women reading this can think of a few other expletives that describe a guy that dumps his Kallah via text.)

Seriously, who does that two weeks before the wedding?! What a doorknob. At least be man enough to break it to her in person. What a wimp.. he’s not a man.

This just adds to the weight that boys in the Jewish/frum community are lacking many normal healthy social skills, such as how to deal with doing the dirty jobs of life – e.g. giving bad news to someone or getting bad news from someone.. rejecting, or being rejected. etc..

 

Ok, I’m done commenting on this story which in all likelihood is a fabrication. I don’t think the Yeshiva World News is the best shining example of sterling journalism.

On an unrelated story. I began writing my thoughts regarding that Yitta Halberstrom purim shpeil that was in the Jewish Press the other week. If you don’t know what I’m talking about… google it. I’ll be posting my opinion in the coming day(s).