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But jokes aside, most Jewish guys do make great husbands (according to the Asian moms' handbook): they're cute, funny, smart, polite and know how to make it rain money.
and I invite you to visit Soweto with Cedric de la Harpe, where, our history and heritage is important, the people are important, but not the museums.
Not gonna lie, half of my school knows that I have a thing for Jewish boys.
Even my roommate jokingly reminds me when menorahs are going on sale at Target.
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We first met the day I moved in the dorms at UCSB, Pratish was my Resident Assistant (RA).
But guess what, I'm not ashamed of it: something about their dark curly hair, their strange sense of humor and awkwardness that's just so sexy.
Some friends call me the "Jew-hunter" (which is completely inappropriate in 2015) because they don't understand the fact that I don't single out Jews; in fact, I'm just attracted to guys who happen to be Jewish.
We dated casually for the next 4 years but we were never in a serious relationship in that time because Pratish felt he needed to ultimately be with an Indian girl.
Eventually we ended things for good, or so I thought. He had told his family about me and wanted to make us work regardless of the expectations people had (and that he had himself) of who he should be with. Being in an interracial/interfaith relationship definitely keeps things fun and interesting: Are you in an interracial/intercultural/interfaith relationship? Feel free to share this article and post a comment below.