Are you certain that a piano is about to fall on your head, simply becau A hilarious and provocative collection of original essays by some of today’s top Jewish women writers—including Aimee Bender, Daphne Merkin, and Rebecca Walker—exploring all the things that their rabbis warned them never to discuss in public.
Are you certain that a piano is about to fall on your head, simply because too many good things have happened to you lately?
According to Louanne, it's important to use every photo slot on your profile.
'Tinder was designed for people to make a visual based decision about who you want to swipe and connect with,' she said.
As she heard her husband, Richard, answer the phone, and his voice become increasingly irate, every muscle in her body tensed.
She realised that the person on the other end of the line was revealing her dirty secret.
But I didn’t have my “hook” until I got promoted to sell Viagra and it became a cultural phenomenon. How is it different than any other books in the “guy handbook” genre?
Whether it's apps like Tinder or websites like e Harmony, thousands of people have turned to the online world in the hope of finding love.
'This is just annoying and won't do you any favours.'Transparency is key in the online dating world.
'There is no shame in whatever it is you are looking for, but to avoid frustration, be transparent,' Louanne said.
Would your own mother out you as a lesbian at her Yiddish club?
The Modern Jewish Girl’s Guide to Guilt is a laugh-out-loud funny pull-no-punches collection of original essays on topics that aren’t usually talked about—much like the recent bestselling anthology The Bitch in the House.