We’re happy to announce that the last “Dateline” story was such a hit that we’re making it a regular feature here at JDaters Anonymous, and inviting its author to keep on contributing her stories, as long as she has the strength to keep on keeping on…Dateline: Los Angeles – Bachelor #82 I was happy to receive an e-mail in my JDate inbox from Bachelor #82, a handsome man. Think about that the next time someone presents you with Why? In some ways, I have the life that I have because I don’t have children,” she said.
I have nothing left." Mr Pike, who is currently staying with his mum, said he moved into the woods in Carpenders Park after growing fed up with the pressures of modern day.Until last month, the 28-year-old lived in a woodland camp in Merry Hill forest, a 15 minute walk from the nearest road. I put everything I had into making my home and now it is a heap of nothingness. The trust has acted ruthlessly and had absolutely no respect for my belongings, I was arrested for refusing to get out of my own home.His remote shack, made from clay, was reduced to rubble and he was arrested for obstructing a court official on Wednesday after a long-running legal battle with the land owners The Woodland Trust. "I was there for four years with absolutely no trouble.He was 36 years old, Jewish and currently attending law school in Los Angeles. He smiled at me and we began what I would describe as a wonderful date. 4) You’ve ever said, “all I want is to see her/him again.” While all of us have probably Googled an ex from time to time, a few people are taking it to the next level, and trying to reunite with/resurrect lost loves via Facebook and other social media.He asked me questions about my childhood, my time in NY, my religious views and taste in books and movies. If you’ve answered yes to any of the above questions, the Boston Phoenix (quoted in Time Magazine) thinks you’re a retrosexual: a creature born of the Facebook era, in which time passed does not end a relationship/obsession…To commemorate these themes and celebrate the inner parts of our lives that we might not always feel comfortable expressing, Jews traditionally dress in costume.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.Should I get a fake arm, throw it around my shoulder, and label with a sign that says “my ex – but don’t worry, he’s out of the picture”?I started with the little black dress, and attached to the front of the dress a whiteboard of sorts – then let people add their own clichés via stickers. Afterwards, I knew I needed to analyze this piece of public commentary for the audience of online daters and beyond, so that we can all learn to be ourselves and not clichés.