"This phenomenon of Jewish-Asian intermarriage comes as a startling change for two immigrant groups that in the past had often made light of their differences. A famous rye-bread ad in the 1960s featured a Chinese-American man with the slogan, “You don’t have to be Jewish to love Levy’s.” One of the unofficial rituals of American Jewish life is to spend Christmas seeing a movie and eating in a Chinese restaurant. The religion journalist Ari L. Goldman once interviewed an observant Jewish homemaker who explained that she kept three sets of dishes — for meat, for dairy and for Chinese takeout."
I’m super annoyed at this paragraph. In an article about academics doing a proper study of marriages between Jews and Asians in America, (which is actually not uninteresting: the majority of Jewish-Asian couples have graduate degrees, offspring tend to be raised Jewish) the author of the piece thinks it’s somehow helpful to breezily include the above anecdotes as if they have any relevance. Newsflash: literally everyone in
New York America the world eats crappy Chinese takeout, except for maybe Chinese people who wouldn’t be caught dead in one of those chicken wings and chow mein corner joints.
Excuse me? This is a well established tradition for The Tribe. You goyim have actual things to do on Xmas and Easter. Stop erasing us, asswipe.