To dating jewish
Because she can, and she’ll ensure you’re drinking Manischewitz with the new Jews before you’ve even noticed his oversized Chai necklace. If it weren’t for her, you would have literally no friends.Know that if you get divorced (God forbid), they all side with her.
(With advance notice and a little cajoling, of course, because we're independent, busy people, too.)Behold: all the reasons why Jewish girls make the best wives.She truly cares about your happiness and overall success.So, you won’t face nagging when you come home late from a business dinner (but I can’t promise you won’t be guilt-tripped; she IS a Jewish wife after all.)She's always on her best behavior at company events, to ensure you get the recognition you deserve and achieve your full potential.Enjoy a life of leisure, as your wife tells you where, what and when you will be vacationing every year for the rest of your lives. which she’s happy to prove, by calling to “check in” 300 times a day.She'll always champion your cause and she'll always be right there supporting you in whatever you need.Meaning, she's interested in all the minutia of your day, including who you were in the elevator with, who you heard was getting married and what you had for lunch.
This may get annoying, but you can't say she doesn't care. By virtue of you marrying and procreating with her, you are contributing to expanding the Jewish religion.
She excels at social networking, and you are cast in a glowing light because of her.
Hey, every good Patriarch was married to a great Matriarch.
But the fact of the matter is that Jewish men, in general, defy those stereotypes, and are far more complex.
(OK, so we do have overbearing Jewish mothers, but they don’t call nagging us about grand-kids and asking if we’re wearing a sweater—well, maybe around Chanukah.) Amidst all the pain and strife of our world today shines the beauty of multiculturalism, and being to date people of different cultures is a wonderful experience indeed.
Yes, you may be better at the stock market than she is (Bull and bear what?