I was planning to stay with a friend from college for a few days, but I also arranged to meet Alicia, whom I’d known online for five years by that point but had never met in person.When she arrived at my friend’s house, her hair was dyed red and she was dressed in a black suit: very Agent Scully. We went out for Thai food with my friend and his wife.Since she wasn’t Jewish, though, a relationship with her didn’t seem possible; I thought of her as simply a good friend. I created an online dating profile on e Harmony, hoping that its mystical personality matching system would somehow do the job that I had proven unable to accomplish on my own.
But that's for later, I can't even find a boyfriend right now haha) That's an AEPi couple right there.
This is exactly why all college campuses are required to have a Jewish frat so girls like me can be swept away to Silicon Valley and live in a 2-million dollar home.
The guy basically spent a whole night going through the Bible just to get an approval from Lane's mom. Anyways, back to my main point, since Jewish and Asian families place very similar emphasis on higher education and life success, it's no surprise that most kids growing up in this environment end up in top private schools and Ivies.
Plus, they're band geeks together I've been a super active advocate in bringing an AEPi chapter to my college (for diversity reason, not because I need somewhere to pass out on the weekend). Not the most attractive couple on Earth but if I were her, I honestly wouldn't mind having a little Woody popping out of my womb wearing those glasses. The original Jewasian power couple (I should come up with a better ship name next time).
I resolved that I would only go out with Jewish girls. I attributed this to the fact that I was kind of nerdy: My extra-curricular activities included musical theater, video games, and Dungeons & Dragons, not exactly the types of things that made a guy popular with the ladies. I had numerous opportunities, on the other hand, to date non-Jewish women.