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Frum Satire makes a shidduch – the video proof

By the way – for some reason there is a huge debate going on in the comments section of the video on You Tube – 21 comments long already.

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  • sarabonne June 10, 2009, 8:48 PM

    Woohoo, I’m famous.

  • shevers June 10, 2009, 8:54 PM

    Lovely… Gosh, I didn’t know my tooth looked that awful…

  • Hornball June 10, 2009, 9:08 PM

    Shevers, are you the kallah?

  • shevers June 10, 2009, 9:09 PM

    Yes, hello. Where have you been?

  • Hornball June 10, 2009, 9:14 PM

    I dunno, I don’t follow every post and I don’t know anyone here.

    If you fix up that tooth (or non-tooth) and lose the glasses, you’d be a real cutie. Some hotter clothes too. But as long as your hubby digs you, that’s all that counts.

  • Hornball June 10, 2009, 9:36 PM

    So if this dude’s TRS, does that you make you Le7? As well as Shevers?

  • TRS June 10, 2009, 10:07 PM

    Hey Mr. “Hornball”, lay off!

  • cuz June 10, 2009, 10:34 PM

    H, this is very cool!!!


  • Frum Satire June 10, 2009, 11:03 PM

    funny comments

  • bitterwater June 11, 2009, 12:35 AM

    Mazal Tov

    Lovely… Gosh, I didn’t know my tooth looked that awful…

    I think I saw the video twice and I didnt even see “the awful tooth” untill you poineted it out.

  • shevers June 11, 2009, 12:42 AM

    Woops. Yes I am le7. I started commenting as shevers on here way before le7 came along. Now I’m le7 everywhere else..

  • Hornball June 11, 2009, 10:33 AM

    Don’t worry TRS, I won’t make any “moves” on your woman…

    Very cool to see there are really real people behind all these names you see online. And pretty normal people too! How strange…

  • Yossi Alba June 11, 2009, 12:38 PM

    What a lovely couple. Mazel tov!

  • Hornball June 11, 2009, 1:05 PM

    Yes, Mazal Tov in der hoizen! I mean, “hoiz”!

  • Bsamim Smoker June 11, 2009, 1:23 PM

    Hesh if you didn’t get laid that night it’s your own fault

  • Bsamim Smoker June 11, 2009, 2:03 PM

    I would personally like to extend a heartfelt Mazel Tov to TRS and shevers. Your comments on this blog have always been very enlightening,funny and intelligent. So I guess your guys are gonna hire Hesh as the badchan. Mazel Tov again

  • Bsamim Smoker June 11, 2009, 2:05 PM

    I never knew Lubavichers owned ties?

  • Anonymous June 11, 2009, 2:10 PM

    Allright all you frumsatire fans.Im sure one of you out there is a dentist and Im sure you could fix shever’s tooth(or lack thereof)just in time for the wedding.

  • Anonymous June 11, 2009, 2:12 PM

    I didn’t mean to take away anything from your beauty .YOU LOOK STUNNING:)

  • Shevers June 11, 2009, 2:13 PM

    Actually I need an orthodontist. It’s a baby tooth that fell out so late that the adult tooth on came partially down…

  • leafiz June 11, 2009, 6:39 PM

    elisheva mazel tov!!! i randomly found this site today and i see you on it…. awesome

  • shevers June 12, 2009, 12:42 AM

    Hey leafiz who are you?

  • A. Nuran June 12, 2009, 4:49 AM

    Mazel Tov! I am very happy for the two of you.

  • Leafiz June 12, 2009, 1:47 PM


  • Hornball June 12, 2009, 3:03 PM

    Miriam who?

  • shevers June 12, 2009, 6:31 PM

    Oh hey thanks!!

  • Zvi June 14, 2009, 9:46 AM

    Mazel tov guys.

    Hesh, more videos, more videos…

  • e June 14, 2009, 7:50 PM

    Shevers+TRS+Cheerio+Sarabonne: looking good!

  • Hornball June 16, 2009, 4:59 AM

    “Hey Mr. “Hornball”, lay off!”-TRS
    I’d perfer Dr. Hornball. I didn’t spend 12 years in Hornball school for nothing you know.

  • Anonymous June 16, 2009, 11:47 AM

    nice job stealing that line from Dr.Evil.

  • Sefira June 18, 2009, 10:24 PM

    mazal tov! too bad i missed it.

  • Chana Shprintza Cohenbaumosky July 9, 2009, 7:08 PM

    Do you love the idea of The Bachelor, but are too frum to watch it? Then you’ll love the new show, “The Bachur.” The concept is the same: 25 girls vying for the heart of one guy. The twist? They’re all frum!
    Our Bachur this season is Avraham Yitzchak Greenbergsteinkowitz from the holy city of Coffeeneck. He has studied in some of the best yeshivas, is over 5’6” and is a lawyer, doctor AND an accountant. You might ask why such an exceptional Bachur would choose such an unusual method for meeting his bashert. “Well,” says the Bachur, “I have been dating for over 6 months now and still have not been able to find my bashert. After consulting with all 17 of my rabbeim, I felt that this intense approach would be the best way for me to do so.”
    The creator of the show is none other than Perry Charshady, who is the mastermind behind other reality TV hits such as “I’m a Rebbe…Get Me Out of Here” and “So You Think You Can Shteig.”
    “The premise of the show is the same as that of The Bachelor,” Charshady explains, “except with some minor differences to make it more appealing to a frum, heimishe, audience.” For example, the bachurettes will face-off with challenges such as the Challah Bake-Off. The bachurette with the worst tasting challah will be sent home. And who will be the judge of something so crucial to building a bayis neeman b’yisrael? “My Imma!” exclaims the Bachur. “She makes the best challah ever, so who better to judge?” Additionally, while on The Bachelor the bachelorettes go home to meet the guy’s family, our bachurettes will have to have a meeting with the Bachur’s favorite Rebbe.
    And who are these bachurettes? Well, they are all no larger than a size 4 and went to Strict College for Women where they studied to be a therapist of any type. They also all come from wealthy homes in the Metropolitan area. “I just don’t feel comfortable with out-of-towners” The Bachur explains, “No one really knows what goes on in those places. At least where I’m from, everyone knows each others business so I can really get to know what a girl is like by asking, you know, her neighbors and kindergarten teachers about her.”
    From the very first episode, it is clear that these girls are top-notch. After being the first bachurette to be sent home, Chana Shprintza Cohenbaumosky cries “How could he reject me? I mean, I went to NNI – the best seminary in all of Israel!” Later in the show, the second rejected bachurette sobs “Doesn’t he even know who my father is?!” But, not all the bachurettes are so sincerely committed to their seeming “Chesed Each Day” lifestyle. In one episode late in the season, The Bachur gets his first big shock: “I don’t always wear tights,” confesses one bachurette.
    Who is this shiksa posing as an accomplished bachurette? Is she the same one concealing the fact that she has Facebook? Or is more than one bachurette hiding a dark side? “It just bothers me when someone isn’t honest with me,” The Bachur says disappointedly. “I mean, if you talk to other boys or don’t have a white tablecloth on your shabbas table then clearly you’re not frum enough for me, and if you’re not frum enough to be here, then what are you even doing here?”
    So what’s the next project for Charshady? A season of The Bachurette, perhaps? “No,” says Charshady. “The Bachurette would be almost impossible to create.” Why? He explains: “This is a reality show and if we were to portray 25 buchrim trying to win over one girl, it would not be an accurate representation of reality.” He then adds “And, on a technical note, the process of finding 25 eligible buchrim would be an almost impossible feat.”
    Well, this season promises to be one filled with scandals: bare legs, Facebook and even (gasp!) Law School? “It’s always been a secret dream of mine,” reveals a teary-eyed bachurette. But, it also will be packed with fun: hotel lobbies and exotic trips to Chevron! And fear not, there will also be plenty of Tehillim said through bouts of sobbing. So tune in every motzei shabbas!

  • TRS July 10, 2009, 1:30 AM

    Cute. Very cute.

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