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It is my job as a Jew to live life to the fullest in all ways and I take that responsibility very seriously, man. It's this loyalty that makes me an incredible friend and an incredibly solid partner.
Maybe it's the fact I've had someone call me something terrible because of my religion in the past or maybe it is just what I've been taught from a young age, but when I have my people, I'm with them for good.
I hope you’re not mad but I dated a black girl for 3 years in secrecy and she was fine with that arrangement”. I’m at my local Trader Joe’s an I’m looking like a big ass 5-year-old ( you know a bright colored top, mix-matched leggings, sneakers and my book-bag) and I’m stop by an older ( maybe 40-45) Hasidic Jewish man stopped me to ask me directions to the nearest synagogue.
What in the same hell gave him the inclination I would date him, or any man in secrecy? I found this a bit odd because clearly I’m not Jewish but whatever I guess.
After I told him I wasn’t sure where the synagogue was he told me, well almost reprimanded me for not knowing where the local temple was.
He asked me my name then concluded by saying ” you are a beautiful Shiksha.” I guess this doesn’t count because it wasn’t a date.
Experience 4 In Queens, NY I met a Jewish man, age 38, unwed, childless and he approached me sort of strong.
Before we went out on a date he told me before hand that he had no qualms dating non-Jewish and would like to hang out with me.Initially, I was very closed-minded to the idea of interacting with Jewish men because of the stereotypes and because of what I’ve seen with my own eyes in my very own community.The stereotypes that made me hesitant were “cheap, whiny, argumentative, sexist and very dedicated to their religion”. There's a big difference between cheap and frugal, bro. I feel like I have to end this with a "l'chaim," so …
She might not want to talk to my mom that much, but if you want to ride with me, you're going to have to. It's called Jewish geography and it's the world's greatest ice breaker. Seriously, there was never a better summer on the planet than Lake Year '07 with my 36 best friends. Not only will I assume you're an asshat, I'm going to think you're an uneducated one too. It's in my nature to react to things largely and loudly and with lots of emotion. The whole mitzvah thing becomes ingrained in you, giving you a conscience, integrity, etc., etc.