BY: Anna Breslaw
Each week, Anna Breslaw tries her best to answer the tough questions. She’s still working on bringing her best up to speed.
What up, you bald Joseph Gordon Levitt-looking motherfucker?
So far, you’ve done a gangbusters job repping the Semites amidst the WASPy Ken dolls vying for Ashley Hebert’s heart this season. I’m here to help you screw it up. You’re welcome.
Why would you throw the game? Apparently there are three neurotic female brunette alumnus of UPenn Dental School who AREN’T Jewish, and Ashley Hebert is one of them. I’m sure you were as surprised as we were, and I’m sure your mom is tweeting about it.
I only have one tip for you: withhold cunnilingus for as long as possible. It’s the Jewish man’s secret weapon. Goyim are great when a lady’s in the mood for dinner conversation about how Britain’s Royal Family “isn’t actually that royal,” followed by some disaffected missionary-position intercourse. On the other hand, a Jewish guy will go down on you immediately, possibly to quiet their own pathological suspicion that you already regret going out with them and/or that they are, on the whole, worthless people. But don’t do it! Stay kosher, JP!
If that doesn’t work, you can probably convince ABC to let you kill Ashley on-air. I used to date this guy from Long Island who could help you out. :)
He could do better. Ashley reeks of gutter whore :P
Anna, I want to comment about this article….
You asked, “Is this surprising to any of you? Why do you think divorced women are more cautious about getting married again?”
I think the real question is, “Why are men so quick to want to remarry?” My answer to the latter question is that men subconsciously need and want the stability they have when they are in a marriage, regardless if they are unhappy in the marriage. So, ultimately, they want back their stability, and maybe even routine. This statement then leads me to answer your question about why women are more caucious to get remarried. I believe most women, after a first divorce, take time to reflect on what happened to them and try and make more conscientious decisions about the future.
That’s the short answer/opinion. Have a good day and I enjoy reading your articles.