At the core of this is the complete lack of anything like honor and basic courtesy.Before anyone accuses me of antisemitism, be mindful that I am aware that the U. predominantly non Jewish, is where a lot of this crap originated.It’s just that here, because it’s a small country, any upset in the balance of Nature becomes a disaster very quickly. Somehow, the infrastructure hasn’t collapsed yet, but I am guessing this is only because there are enough Russians and others from former Soviet countries here who do have some idea of a civil society, and why it’s not a good idea to let the water and sewage system go too far into disrepair.What I am trying to say is that Israel is not just not a western society. Most of the problems from the government down to the treatment of workers are because there is no such thing here as a social contract, neither explicit nor implied. Were it not for them, I am pretty sure this would be an Arab country.I am not a dating teacher as much as a student of the game.I am single so if this article is a novel, then you already know how it ends – I don’t get the girl.
Indeed many of them cope with life here in ways that are very understandable, but sometimes very harmful or at least counterproductive. In this context, I would like to inform any civil women out there who are single and coming to this hell hole to turn back now unless they are willing to be callous enough to take the following advice… In the category of things I wish I knew 10 years ago, I have been informed that one is not actually in a relationship with an Israeli man until he has taken her to a romantic “tsimmer” and introduced you to his friends/family as his girlfriend.
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They'll give you their number and tell you to call, then turn out to have a regular boyfriend.
In Los Angeles you can go out with the girl the same day you first talk to her, and know within the first 10 minutes of conversation where the whole thing is going to go.
In LA the only thing women care about is if you are an Israeli or not.
She will always ask a million times, like all Israelis, “Why did you make Alliah?