But, for interested parties, here are my dating requirements: I date anyone I can have sex with and not want to hit with a claw hammer the next morning.
Just like fellow Jewish women Winona Ryder, Natalie Portman, Dianna Agron, Scarlett Johansson, Idina Menzel, Lea Michele, Mila Kunis, Bar Rafaeli, Kat Dennings, Evan Rachel Wood, Rachel Weisz, Lizzy Caplan, Ashley Tisdale... And furthermore: Granted, I don't get this as often as other Jewish women do, probably because I live in Brooklyn and write about jizz for a living and am generally a weird example.
She says “obvi” more often than the FCC should allow, and when she’s not complaining that her outfit is “at least six months old,” she’s lazing around her plush apartment.
When she accidentally mistakes crack for weed in the season’s seventh episode (“Welcome To Bushwick a.k.a The Crackcident”), a mutual acquaintance, Ray, is annoyed at being left to watch over her. Some critics have dismissed Shoshanna as a flat character, or “comically overbroad,” as Gawker’s John Cook wrote.
Now that the Jewish men of the world have gotten their time to gloat, it’s time to give credit to the gals who started it all: Jewish women.
In this day and age, most men are aware of the mysterious allure of Bar Refaeli and Mila Kunis (yes, she really is Jewish), but what about the millions of other hot Hebrew ladies?
They often take on much of the overbearing traits of their mothers, who nag and are over-critical of everything they do, destroying the girls self-esteem starting at a young age.
Stereotypes of Jews are generalized representations of Jews, often caricatured and of a prejudiced and antisemitic nature.
The Jewish diaspora have been stereotyped for over 2,000 years as scapegoats for a multitude of societal problems such as: Jews always acting with unforgiving hostility towards the Christians, Jews religious rituals thought to have specifically undermine the church and state, and Jews habitual assassinations of Christians as their most extreme deeds.
Here are the reasons why JAPs (Jewish American Princesses) are the perfect girls to wife up: There really is nothing better than some matzah ball soup on a cold day, and coming from a line of Jewish mothers and grandmothers basically ensures that these girls know how to make the basics from scratch.
If the way to a man’s heart is really through his stomach, then some schnitzel, gefilte fish and homecooked brisket should do the trick.