Okay...since I am assuming that was a Jewish link...and I'm not Jewish...I need an explanation. I put in my name, and this is what I got:You are very wise, humble and pious, Kendra...from this day forward you will now be known as the holy Reb Avigdor Yechezkel Lynn of Lizhensk , also known as the 'Heroiner Rebbe'...now let your chassidish adventures begin, your talmidim are waiting!I don't understand at least two of the words in that paragraph. Help please? :)
Okay...no one else answered my comment yet, so, Rabbi-in-training Daniel, what does Rebbe, talmidim and chassidish mean?
Just call me the holy Reb Nachum Yechiel Griscom of Mozole , also known as the 'Beatie Boyer Rebbe'.Kendra - I have no clue what all that means, but I am fairly confident that it won't fit on the scantron sheet of an SAT test!
Maybe someday I will get an answer to my many questions...someday.:)
Hey Kendra!Thanks for the comments. Sorry it's taken a day to get back to you on this. :) We've just been busy around here. Ok, good questions... "Rebbe" simply means "Rabbi". It's just another way to say it. I think "Rebbe or Reb" is mostly used by chassids (chassidish),a sect of orthodox Jews. "Talmidim" is "students" in hebrew! I hope this helps you out. I had to decifer mine too, pretty new words! :)
Not a problem, Lauren.Now that I understand what it said, I feel much better. :)Of course, I don't consider myself to be a true Rebbe. :)Unless you count teaching Sunday School. Does that count? lolLove you.
You are very wise, humble and pious, Jonathan ...from this day forward you will now be known as the holy Reb Shimmy Illiya Stein of Khotaevichi ,also known as the 'FriedGReenTomatoer Rebbe'...now let your chassidish adventures begin, your talmidim are waiting!
I finally got around to clicking on the link. Here's my new name...could've used it in junior high when I thought Laura was boring...You are very wise, humble and pious, Laura...from this day forward you will now be known as the holy Reb Laibie Nota McLean of Karpovichi , also known as the 'Bangitouter Rebbe'...now let your chassidish adventures begin, your talmidim are waiting!
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