#OyDate: Why Passover Is Not Date Night by the Forward

#OyDate: Why Passover Is Not Date Night

Image by Lior Zaltzman

Even a happy couple in love can have a bad date. That’s exactly what happened to me and my husband on our Passover together. And after Naomi Tomky shared her lonely Seder story, I was inspired to share ours.

Have you and your partner had a terrible date? Or do you have a funny #Oydate story? Send it to zaltzman@forward.com.


Lior Zaltzman

Lior Zaltzman

Lior Zaltzman was the Forward’s Digital Fellow. Follow her on twitter @liorca .

#OyDate: Why Passover Is Not Date Night

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