Sunday, October 19, 2014

the Sukkos Date

Anyone not able to chap a date over Yom Tov? Here's the flip side of the coin: no need for you to walk with a guy carrying a larger than life purse, and then sit down on the grass of a park (hello? did he even THINK of a girl wearing a straight/pencil skirt and heels?!?!? how can one even inch down dressed like that?) and put up his pop up sukkah.
awkward much?
not to mention claustrophobia

9 comments:

  1. Hahahaha. That is the funniest, and equally saddest, dating story I've heard in a while...Sorry for your experience.

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  2. don't wear a pencil skirt they aren't tznius anyway :)

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    1. Thats a very broad and non factual statement. Pencil skirts are not by definition not tzinus. If SOS was wearing one, Im quite sure it was perfectly tznius.

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  3. Actually they are. They are meant to squeeze and accentuate the buttox and to be honest it's a bit of stretch to put so many demands on a guy. Just enjoy the date! I've followed this blog for a few years and I'm beginning to fear Ms. SOS is just bent on being single...you cannot have it all.

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    1. Wow. If you don't see what's wrong with the comment you made, I won't even bother responding. Let all the other readers of this blog look at your comment and judge...

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    2. Why exactly are you the "official responder" for this blog?

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    3. I'm not. I just didn't enjoy the downright asinine comment that lady made.

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  4. devorah leah-I'm insulted. I'm not quite sure how you intended your comment be taken, but it sounds as if you think I enjoy being single. I thought my post was quite humorous. It didn't bother me in the least-as the guy was doing the right thing-having a sukkah on standby INCASE he was going to eat.
    As a single, I was enjoying the humorous part of trying to get seated tzniusdikly with a straight skirt=sheesh!

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