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Metzitzah B’peh is banned in Flatbush

ave j banned

I thought Ave-J was banned years ago, it hasn’t been really happening since the late 90’s.

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  • AEB

    “other avenues” – that’s pretty general. What if someone lives on an avenue?

    • Alter Cocker

      Then you better hide well to be sure the mesivta doesn’t discover you on an avenue.

      Maybe a closet would be good?

  • Mark

    They shouldn’t be on the avenues … instead they should be in their parents basement … with even more privacy. Idiots!

  • ModernOrthodoxObserver

    “Any talmid seen on these avenues will face serious consequences”

    Does that include or not include metzitzah b’peh in the principal’s office?

  • ms

    Dear Heshy,

    You should be ashamed of yourself for posting such filthy things.

    • Shprinzy Shprinzelsteinawitzadick

      Why? Because its gross to read or because we should keep our dirty little secrets unknown? The direction the frum far right is moving is absoloutley frightening. We will all be wearing burkas in no time.

      • MS

        I referring to the Title was of the article which granted in and of itself is innocent enough but in this context is utterly disgraceful. It is using a mitzvah as a kli for filth and as such Frum satire should be banned!.

        • Shprinzy Shprinzelsteinawitzadick

          Why do you go on this website so often if you don’t like it?

  • Michael K.

    What they don’t say is that Motzei Shabbos ends at Chatzot on Sunday.

    • Devin


  • Chaim

    This from the same community who are up in arms about their “kids at risk problem.” The Yeshiva administrators still haven’t figured it out after 25 years- THEY are the one’s turning these kids off with their NO NO NO tactics.
    You CANT go to Ave J and M
    CANT go to the movies
    CANT watch TV
    CANT go on the internet (though g-d knows what else theyre doing if theyre home alone at night and their parents need it for parnassah)

    What are these kids supposed to do on a saturday night? Not every teenager is interested in going to a motzei shabbos learning program no matter how geshmak the ice cream or raffle prizes are (woohoo, you just won a shloime dachs cassette from the late nineties!).

    If the Yeshiva’s want to keep the kids out of trouble they have to answer with some positive energy instead of negative energy. Instead of just saying no all the time how about offering a motzei shabbos basketball league or maybe a music or crafts program for the kids who are less sports inclined?

    All these kids want is an outlet. If the natural ones are contradictory to the standards of the yeshiva, how about offering an alternative?

    • Anonymous

      Very good idea. But they don’t care. All they want is money respect and power. They don’t care what the kids want or need. Selfish assssholes

      • Shprinzy Shprinzelsteinawitzadick

        Agreed and for once I agree with Chiam as well.

  • Anonymous

    What percentage of Orthodox Jews go OTD? I always wonder why I keep mitzvot when only 10% world Jewry is Orthodox.