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December 18, 2012 3:25 pm

London’s Northern Line Takes Jewish Love Underground

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London's Northern line. Photo: Wikipedia

Forget about Jdate or any other matchmaking website that may connect you with a Jewish partner–London’s Northern line is the place to meet your Jewish match.

Well, at least according to an article in The London Evening Standard, which says of the Northern line: “Unfairly dubbed ‘the misery line’, the Northern is really an eclectic mix. The two branches at the top are a good spot for those of Jewish descent who prefer to date within their faith.”

For Jews, this isn’t such a bad line to be associated with as the list also reveals that “There’s a totty tussle between the Central and Northern lines over which has the most attractive passengers, with both previously topping polls.”

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These revelations were part of an article that focused on a new trend of websites that offer commuters the chance to post a message to that special someone who caught their eye during the day’s commute.

So, if you’re feeling a bit lonely, and you find yourself in London, you know where to look.

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  • Duvid Crockett, King of DeLancey Street, /Home of gefilte fish and kosher meat.

    In twenty years riding the top part of London’s Northern Line from boy to man, my only experience of Jewish “totty” was when an anti-semitic spotty 14-year-old boy made a pejorative remark to his friends about Jewish girls at an empty Golders Green station.