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Alongside “work hard and play hard,” “I like a fancy night out, but also a night in,” “friends and family are important to me,” and “a perfect date is when you don’t want it to end”- as well as “looking for someone with a good head on his shoulders,” which was scribbled on a sticker in Hebrew – were several categories of clichés: The Blame Game: These comments blame someone else for your presence on JDate, usually a parent or a friend.
“I never do this,” “I can’t believe I’m on JDate,” “my friends made me join.” However you got here, you’re here and so is everyone else, so get over it.
There’s a lot of video drivel out there, and when it comes to dating sites, everyone’s out to make a buck or self-promote.
Some costumes are fun, or (taking a cue from secular cousin Halloween) present an excuse to sex it up a little, at least for the one day.
(Men in their 30s and 40s are typically chillin’ with the 20-something ladies, whilst the 50-something gents are all up for some hot 30s action.
But here’s a piece of advice for those 50-somethings who may want to jump start a reality television career: Kate Gosselin, of Jon Minus Kate and We’re Not Really Sure What Happened to the Eight, is apparently on internet dating sites like JDate. (Still no word on “the Eight.”) (A longer version of this piece appears at My Urban Kvetch.) Recently, Jews observed the holiday of Purim, which thematically centers on disguise, withheld information, and political intrigue.
And I know that it was probably extremely well-intentioned (with tips for how to date Jews and everything! And with only a few shows to their history together, it’s possible that the hosts will develop better chemistry and more of a flow as they practice more.
But the content of their advice in this video was less factually substantial than the “Christmas Song for Mormons” featured on Conan’s show – which took most of its information from Wikipedia.