(Just let me know what the dress code is so I can plan months in advance.)It is no secret that Jewish families know how to throw a party. You'll get to do the , and maybe at our wedding, you'll get to be lifted in the chair. I can promise you that my family wants to be tight with your family. Of course, all of the previously listed reasons are futile without the main reason to be with someone: Love. All I've ever wanted was a relationship like my parents' - full of love, trust, and friendship.
Bat Mitzvahs, weddings, anniversary parties, birthday parties, even bachelor parties (yes, we do that too! That means joint-thanksgivings, family dinners..dads will golf together, our moms will shop together, your mom and my gay uncle will get brunch; and if we break up, our families will have to, too. And if God commands it, well, you know..it shall be done. And I want nothing more than to work towards that with you.
I know where to shop, where the best deals are, and how to bargain my way to get "two for one" because the button is "falling off." Believe it or not, Jews are not actually greedy.
Oddly enough, religion has no effect on financial attitudes :-) I am actually obsessed with Christmas..Christmases always consisted of Chinese food and a movie, so it should be no surprise that I am eager to be a part of your traditions, too.
However, you realize as you grow up that, well, that could be slim pickings and there is much more to a relationship than the faith with which you identify.
And even though there are perks to marrying "within the tribe," I am not going to limit myself to the Jared Rosendiamonds and the Noah Steinbergs of the world.
I know some of the food we like to eat is a little strange, but don't knock it til you try it.
That "orange stuff" on bagels is actually salmon and it's delicious.
There are a few other guys with whom I am close - Moses, Noah, Abraham, Isaac, God..I'll give them the "Just Friends" talk because I only want to be with you.
In a short Buzz Feed-produced video called “The Perks of Dating a Jewish Girl,” a cute, bewildered (and presumably gentile) young man with all the stylistic hallmarks of an early-millennial hipster, marvels repeatedly at the competence, directness, efficiency, and preparedness of his equally cute Jewish girlfriend.
Her purse contains every possible remedy you could desire for allergies or mosquito bites. She’s packed a few light snacks, including cheesecake, two kinds of sandwiches (in case you can’t make up your mind), and a whole rotisserie chicken.