Long story short, here are some couples to back up my theory that Jewish-Asian relationship is the closest thing we have to magic (except for Netflix).
I honestly would watch anything with Adam Brody, but him as Dave Rygalski is the cutest thing ever. Surely Amy Chua is more famous by her oh-so controversial book "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother" (my mom swore she never read it but I'm pretty sure she lied cause she made me took the SAT 3 times after this book was published).
In short, follow “The Rules,” the 1995 best-selling dating manual written by, ahem, two Jewish women!
In fact, “Rules” authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, who I actually saw debate Rabbi Shmuley Boteach many years ago, in a veritable orgy of self-promotion, have bestowed a blurb upon Ms.
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.
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.
Unlike me, she hadn’t dreamed of meeting someone Jewish and having a Jewish wedding. I was only able to relax around non-Jewish women, because I didn’t feel the same pressure; that’s how I met, and fell in love with, my wife. It was the day I’d long hoped for, marrying a nice Jewish girl. In fact, by the time we’d started dating, I’d given up on Jewish women, and my dream of a perfect Jewish wedding, altogether. The intense pressure I felt to date and marry within the tribe damaged my perception of Jewish women and my ability to be myself around them.On Monday, Rabbi Andy Bachman chronicled his trip to pray with the Women of the Wall, an event marked by “irrrational invective and hatred” of men who cursed and threw chairs and eggs at worshipers.Also noteworthy was a video that went viral in which Dustin Hoffman spoke movingly about what he learned while inhabiting the space of a female character in the film .But yeah, they're gonna make some smart-ass babies who will go on to work at Silicon Valley. Fun fact: She converted to Judaism and actively maintains a kosher lifestyle.