Recent Success Stories
Thank you, JDate. I never thought I’d be writing this letter, but I have you to thank for making my last-first-date possible.
Initial dates most often happen based on physical attraction. After the first date, a set of ideas are established — some based on previous experiences and preconceived notions. I urge you to always go out for a second date for the following three reasons.
Here’s a roundup of some standard sippers and my tips on where and when to drink them — with whom is up to you!
Abraham Joshua Heschel (1907-1972) was a twentieth century Jewish theologian whose intense commitment to social action brought him to the heart of the Civil Rights movement.
Today I would like to discuss a trick that will drastically decrease the odds of your date forgetting about you when the night ends. It’s called “location switching.”
Without JDate, despite all the mutual friends we ended up having, our paths would never have crossed, and we are so thankful for the match JDate has created! We wish the best of luck to all those still searching.
While there are some mitzvot that are obligatory on all people (e.g. the seven laws of Noach), the observance of Shabbat is not one of them. It therefore seems entirely natural that if one needs a forbidden creative labor done on Shabbat, one could simply call on a non-Jew to do it for them.
Bringing a guy home to meet the people you are embarrassed to share blood with can be a very exciting time in your new relationship (unless it’s at a funeral). If you’ve taken your time to properly pace a relationship, then there’s rarely a reason to introduce anyone to your family before three months or so have passed. Why, you might ask?
Their story has even inspired Jen’s cousins to join JDate as she now knows two other JDate matches (one couple is now married and the other couple will be married in July of 2013).
In the age of “Reality Television,” it is easy to forget how magical the very early television programs were. Many of these series had originally been successful radio programs and therefore brought pre-existing audiences with them when they transferred media. One of the most successful of the early sitcoms was The Goldbergs, which aired its first television episode on January 17,* 1949.