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They somehow manage, in an effortless draw of allure, to be mysterious, charming, and mesmerizing Their accents are the top of the list for what makes them irresistible, along with their generosity, warmheartedness and welcoming nature.Israeli men are not made for the modern day feminist; they'll give you a taste of old school chivalry. If you haven’t been lucky enough to have experienced an Israeli yourself, you will certainly want to after reading these reasons: Israeli men have been truly blessed with the gift of hair: head hair, facial hair, chest hair.I consider myself to be very liberal and open minded, but I guess if you don’t know me, the joke could leave some with a bad taste.But to set the record straight: The joke about men being primitive is a joke.But to say the least, I was berated as being a greater threat to Israel than Iran, Hezbollah, and Hamas combined. If you are a confident man who is content with himself , goal oriented, fun loving, kind, emotionally generous and you take good care of yourself- you have my attention. They seemed to think that the best way to get back at me was to call me a lonely, man-hating lesbian. Then there were the men that proved this comment true and saw the video as an opportunity to begin flirting. The tips were obviously targeted to the more secular audience, but that did not stop some religious people from jumping into the conversation: 5.
In our current Lumberjack Movement - with every guy left and right growing a beard or a manbun - these men were simply not made for a woman who likes a smooth, shaven, hair-free chest. Sure, mom, dad, sister, and brother are all family to an Israeli man, but so are his friends: you are close friends with an Israeli - you are his family.
And how is it not the silliest thing in the world when they say things like, “now we make picture," or “duck skin," when trying to explain that they have goosebumps.
Everything is Don’t try to correct them - it’s too sweet.
The video is a loving joke about the cultural gaps between us that can sometimes cause funny misunderstandings.
As much as the video makes fun of some stereotypes of Israeli men, it is also making fun of us, American women – getting all excited about a guy calling us sweetie or thinking that a guy inviting us to a family dinner must mean it is a serious relationship. One of the tips was based on my very first culture gap experiences. I was surprised when he took me back home to his parents’ house when we were both twenty-two years old.
What was more shocking to me was that his parents were completely fine with it.