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“I felt there was a void in the Jewish community of Shabbat dinners in intimate homes,” she says.
“ And I realized it was an ideal environment for singles to meet each other.” She interviews singles and promises those selected for the dinner a potential partner, a night of unlimited alcohol and a meal, at her apartment or one of the guests’ who chooses to host, all for just —a division of 18, or chai in Hebrew, a lucky number in Judasim—The idea became a business when Davis applied and received a fellowship through Presen Tense, a social entrepreneurial program with a focus on the Jewish community.
Later I’ll leave after arranging a date with an adorable man handpicked by Davis whom my mother would kvell—ahem, gush—over.
This is “Shabatness,” an invite-only service that sets up young Jewish professionals over Shabbat dinners.
So they’re gettin’ grizzly down there and I’m getting complaints from the men,” says Stanger.
And once you find your perfect date, mirror him and don’t complain.
“Couples who mirror each other end up in a relationship faster and last longer,” says Stanger of couples who dress to complement each other.
"Make sure your friend doesn’t want the same type of guy as you, that is a problem. The matchmaker says that although it can be tempting to roll out every night with your Taylor Swift-size girl gang, sometimes it's best to go it alone.
If you’re into blonde surfer guys and she likes nerdy Jewish guys, go out with her. If you find someone who likes the same thing as you, you’ll be competitive and you will slay that dragon. “Studies have shown that those who travel in packs do not attract, so two or less.” And if you’re curious to know where to find a new beau while on your own, Stanger’s got the answer: “Where there’s meat, there’s men.” Read more Moschino's Resort 2016 Nails, Decoded 5. According to Stanger, chemistry is 90 percent body language, and she recommends looking to the women in Asia for body language inspiration.