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What I realized very quickly is that most people have no clue how to date.
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Through online dating, set-ups, and the occasional chance encounter, I grabbed a drink in the Village with a variety of men, and began to zero in on what I liked: I usually didn’t like the guy (as my seasoned actress friend once said to me, “Dating is hard – you have to kiss a lot of frogs”) but I liked that he had been to Israel, or was close with his family, or didn’t eat shellfish, or had Shabbos dinner plans. After the PEW article came out, I had an idea of how to express the other side of the story – the one that I related to.
It struck me as pretty funny that the pickup lines I might respond to had a traditional Jewish twist; so, like any good millennial, I made a blog filled with them.
The names and dates roll on and on: Dvora at Wave Hill, Joan at Tintol, Galadriel at Stone Cold Creamery in Stamford.
A date, a name, a place — each one combines to evoke a snippet of theater, a memory of friendship made and roads looked down but not taken. I started with Jcupid, paying .95 on February 27, 2003.
For example, if the deceased's name was Moshe (spelled mem, shin, hey), then one recites the entire paragraph beginning with the letter MEM, then the paragraph of SHIN, then HEY.It spoke to how much we were assimilating: American non-Orthodox Jews were marrying non-Jews more, identifying ourselves as Jewish less, and increasingly raising our kids without Judaism.I was 23 at the time and living in Brooklyn, where I’d been since graduating from college the year before. The opinions, facts and any media content here are presented solely by the author, and The Times of Israel assumes no responsibility for them. Just over a year ago, I emailed a New York Times article to my mom with a subject line akin to “NOOO!!!!!” The article was on a PEW research study of American Jews (of which I am one).