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    Check Out What Auntie Really Thinks of Valentine’s Day

    From aphrodisiacs to accidentally getting to first base, Auntie gives us her hilarious outlook on modern love.

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    Oy to the World 2013!

    Auntie discusses Miley, Gravity, her 99 cent cell phone and all of the things that made her say “Oy” in 2013.

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    Auntie recaps all of the things that made her say “Oy” in 2012.

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    Auntie tells us what she really thinks of Don Draper and who she has the hots for.

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    Auntie talks about the passing of Dick Clark, American Bandstand and how she was an “in” kind of girl in the 60s.

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    Auntie came to NYC today to go to the Frick. At lunch she couldn’t take her eyes off this guy sitting at the bar and his arms. She said, “Would you look at that? That is just a pleasure. I could look at that all day.”

    Auntie came to NYC today to go to the Frick. At lunch she couldn’t take her eyes off this guy sitting at the bar and his arms. She said, “Would you look at that? That is just a pleasure. I could look at that all day.”

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    Auntie weighs in on Don’s stint as a murderer on Ep. 504 of Mad Men.

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    Auntie used to live in New York City in the 60s, and she worked with a number of ad agencies when she was a production manager at “Floor Covering Weekly.” Given her background, I knew she’d enjoy “Mad Men,” so I asked her to start watching it.

    Here’s what she thought about how Joan treats her husband, Greg’s decision to go back to war and their real baby’s daddy.

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    This year we had a very unusual and special Passover, so I asked Auntie why this Passover was different from all other Passovers.

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    My six-word memoir was recently featured in “Oy! Only six? Why not more” along with Larry David, Henry Winkler (the Fonz) and many more talented Jewish people. Auntie, as you can imagine, is kvelling.

    My six-word memoir was recently featured in “Oy! Only six? Why not more” along with Larry David, Henry Winkler (the Fonz) and many more talented Jewish people. Auntie, as you can imagine, is kvelling.

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A series of videos created by comedian and storyteller, Robin Gelfenbien, and her delightfully charming 70 year-old aunt (she looks good, doesn't she?) affectionately known as Auntie.