“You have to find an English speaker,” opined John over lunch on Hashmona’im Street last week, as I whinged about my latest debacle with Israel’s finest. But it takes a strong-willed man to settle for fish and chips or a Big Mac and fries, when he could, instead, feast on a (Jerusalem mixed grill). again) – was that perfect Ashkenazi father/Sephardi mother combo: tall, willowy, olive skin, and (Tel Aviv mix), if you like. Our third meeting – preceded by a discernible tailing-off in our flirtatious, daily text messaging – is cancelled by J, by sms, on the very same evening, with more excuses than a Hasmo boy: “pressure at work . But why is it so damn difficult to meet a nice, genuine, uncomplicated woman in this city?
J, Israeli, 40 and divorced (plus none) – whom I had met through JDate (I am, depressingly, back . And we had been on two extremely encouraging dates before the start of the fun and games . Yes, yes (you slaves to your therapists), I Finding attractive women in Tel Aviv is, of course, not a problem.
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