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Found this old shidduch dating guide on Bang It Out, and apparently its dated and anonymously written – but holds true for shidduch dating of the 80s and 90s, today’s shidduch game appears to be vastly different, but still its funny and contains a glossary and common outcomes.On a side note If you think you have what it takes to write a guide to the yeshivos and seminaries in Israel – please email me [email protected]: Shows up in 0.00 Italian designer suit, high-gloss shoeshine, black hat with requisite 2 1/4 inch brim and pearl stickpin at 35 degree angle, exposing hi-vogue hair which was razor cut at Marcel’s the previous day.If you are familiar with American culture, odds are you have heard of something called “speed dating”, a matchmaking event where people have the opportunity to have several short dates in one session.In the end of each event, participants let the organizers know who are the people they would like to get to know better.: Date From Hell A few weeks ago a rabbi sent the following link out to his mailing list promoting an online video, "Date From Hell", which is produced by Aish Ha Torah.I have to admit that I was appalled at the message that was being promoted by Rebbetzin Lori Palatnik.She goes on telling the story about a young male Baal Teshuva, who was learning with her husband, Rabbi Yaakov Palatnik.As time progressed Rabbi Palatnik felt the man had "put his playboy lifestyle behind him." He wanted to know if Lori's knew any "girls" that she could fix him up with.
In the last few decades, this fun, dynamic way to meet a potential partner became so successful it started spreading all over the world.
What is missing from the film is the reason why both women stated that "this was the date from hell." Was it because the man dressed funny or had a strange odor?
Did the two women dating they think he was boring, rude, impolite, not gentlemanly enough, self-centered?
If there is a match, the organizers give the participants the other person’s contact information.
Speed dating was created by Aish Ha Torah’s Rabbi Yaacov Deyo, initially used as a form of helping Jewish singles to meet new people and get married.