Don’t Knock It ’til You’ve Tried It

Half the battle of getting set up is “getting your name out there.”

Some people do it by running for city council.

Some run for state senate.

And some just post their information on a tree.

Photo from Hamodia  Mishpacha (June). Links from O.


10 thoughts on “Don’t Knock It ’til You’ve Tried It

  1. I like the fact that it is hand written and not typed – which shows he went into a decent amount of effort in composing it. I can’t quite make it out well enough (nor am I exert enough in dikduk) to comment on the grammar, syntax etc – but if it’s done well, then more power to him. Too many online and typed profiles make me squirm because guys put so little thought into them, and they’re full of spelling mistakes, etc.

    I hope he finds success soon!

  2. It seems to be the thing to do in Israel. By the bus stop outside michlala (at least it is good placement) a guy put up a typed paper saying (in hebrew) “A student, 26 years old, who is working and studying for a first degree, is looking for a girl. For details:” followed by his phone number. And the sign was just a one inch long piece of paper…

  3. I think I saw this in the original in the magazine–doesn’t the blurred out part say he’s looking for a chavrusa to learn so-and-so masechta with?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s