Some people blame ‘being picky’ for the fact they’re perpetually single.
I’m not picky - I wish I could afford that privilege. First, my whole life I’ve been haunted by the scene in when the youngest daughter gets ostracised by her father for choosing a blue-eyed non-Jewish fiancé.
Or go to the closest flower garden, hold our hands amidst the roses and remind us why you love us. Even if your fabulous Jewess is not a yoga mama, or a health food conscious co-op member, she’s still trying to steer away from increasing the size of her hips. But this is not the time to get her those kind of things. She knows you love her food, but those gifts aren’t romantic. When it comes to nice gifts, jewelry is a good bet, unless you’re scrimping and saving this year and buying luxuries will make your Jewess freak out. Don’t hold back, but realize that these days, you can get a stunning bouquet at Bachman’s or any flower shop for (maybe less). (Photo: Vicki Wolkins Photography) *FYI – BIG CAVEAT to this post. If you’re a gay or lesbian Jew reading this post, please let us know what this holiday means – or doesn’t mean – to you.
We’re already a bit more deliciously curvy than the average female – help us show it off, not boost it in ways we’d rather not. But either buy your Jewess something you know she’ll like, or buy her a gift card to Victoria’s Secret and go shopping together. If she’s for real, you’ll have many more years to explore these type of gifts. Art is also lovely, if you know she’s a big fan of a certain artist; otherwise it could be risky, especially if no returns are allowed. Especially when so many of the messages around Valentine’s Day are about guys and their ladies, Jewesses or not.
Because it doesn’t matter that you show her you love her every other day.
No woman remembers how many times you cooked for her,washed the dishes, put the kids to sleep, or rubbed her back when February 14th comes around.
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It would be ideal were I to bump into world renowned hot Jewish funny man Jason Segel outside a bagel shop at midnight (How in the Jewish dating laws of probability is Jason Segel single btw? We’d end up at a better bagel shop the next morning, for breakfast. I have, however, accepted that I’m never going to haphazardly stumble upon my perfect single Samson in the city, ask him in our opening five-minute meet-cute if he’s Jewish, receive an affirmative response, immediately recover from that line of curveball questioning by not appearing remotely desperate, while also pocket-texting my mum ‘CAN YOU PLEASE KEEP THE KOSHER CATERER ON STAND-BY? Second, I am plagued by the concept of ‘Jewish guilt’ which results from several thousand years’ worth of ancestral hardship to keep Judaic culture alive, dating all the way back to the parting of the Red Sea.
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