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I loved my father dearly, respected his convictions even when we didn't always agree, and ascribed great importance to his opinions.But I wasn't willing to break up with my boyfriend.But remember: put up a good argument or we will tear it apart. If you want our hearts and hotness, make us crack a laugh. We’ve survived deep tragedies and hardships as a group of people. When you do something wrong which inevitably you will do — hey, we all make mistakes! It's usually subtle but if she’s piling it on, call her on it! If you’ve ever seen the movie “Jewtopia” (you probably haven’t, and it’s perhaps best if you keep it that way), you know the Jewish woman stereotype — they love to boss their men around (lovingly) while making sure to feed them (amply).Though I’m a Jewish woman who doesn’t necessarily fit these stereotypes, many of them ring true enough to list here. Should you wear the blue suit jacket or the gray one for your next job interview? #Shit Jewish Girls Say: "My mom's matzo ball soup is way better than this." We're not getting married, so does it really matter?Also, if we leave our hair natural and you say it looks "frizzy" when it's actually just curly (there is a difference!
On our fourth date I informed him in no uncertain terms, "This can't go anywhere.""Why? Based on my upbringing, I would feel guilty for betraying generations of Jewish martyrs who had died so that I could be free to be Jewish.I was a "nice Jewish girl" looking to date a "nice Jewish boy" when I met him.He was a nice secular non-Jew from Seattle whose religious identity was rooted in memories of hanging stockings on Christmas and eating chocolate on Easter.I'm pretty sure Jewish girls are a species all their own. They have years and years of inside jokes that they can convey with just a look. My cousin probably knows your sister's best friend. Unless you want to have second dinner at like 10 p.m.? Some of the stuff that we do would not be considered normal in "the real world," aka around non-Jews. For some reason, our hair seems to be a lot frizzier than everyone else's.