How to spot a gay yeshiva guy?
They are the only ones who enjoy the group mikvah;
They constantly emphasize the importance of daily immersion in the mikvah;
They mutter “never” under their breaths when learning the laws of nida;
You know those guys that “accidentally” touch your butt while dancing at a simcha and then apologize profusely;
“That was my lulav” you hear someone say from behind you during hoshanas, you have to point the lulav up or else you will mess with the tip- you think to yourself. Later you may wonder how he got his lulav to extend so low;
Guys who insist on watching those dorky yeshiva boys choir videos over and over again;
Did you just say that Shweky is hot???
They insist on using the pink version of the Shiloh siddur;
Yeshiva guys who wear gel or hair spray:
Did I just see that guy do a gay wave instead of a thumb dip to prove his point in shuir?
You can visibly see them shaking and crying when the laining that says being gay is an abomination is read:
They always seem to make a mistake and open up showers that are obviously occupied;
They are happiest on simchas torah, when they can get a lot of touch without being suspected of any impropriety;
They cheer on the Rabbis whenever they bust guys on talking to girls or looking at pritzus;
They claim shomer negia is their strong point;
You know those guys that insist on taking naked showers in the JCC
(in my yeshiva high school we used to go once a week to he local JCC and no one would take a naked shower- though later in life I did discover that there were several gay students) Unlike public schools, most guys do not get all naked in front of each other, unless they go to the large mikvahs- which freak me out.
They tend to have up to date news on all the mikvahs being built;
They keep a little guide to mikvahs, to make sure they don’t miss an opportunity to visit a new one;
They quote Rabbis Lanner and Kolko way too much;
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