After ripping shots of straight vodka as a 12 year old, I found Smirnoff Ice to be a slice of heaven on earth when I discovered this Sprite tasting drink soon after.


Apparently some men in Baltimore (b-less) in their mid-twenties also feel like I did as a pre-teen:

Daniel:  hey your cute

ShiksaInTheCity:  thanks!

Daniel:  sorry after looking at your pix i was wrong

Daniel:  you are gorgious

Daniel:  how are you?

ShiksaInTheCity:  haha

ShiksaInTheCity:  thanks

ShiksaInTheCity:  i am well thanks

ShiksaInTheCity:  im not jewish though

ShiksaInTheCity:  is that a problem?

Daniel:  so

Daniel:  what

Daniel:  that is not a problem you make up for it with your looks

Daniel:  oh ok so why did you join this site if your not jewish

[dead air]

Daniel:  ?

ShiksaInTheCity:  because everyone knows jewish men are the best husbands

Daniel:  lol

ShiksaInTheCity:  they dont hit their spouses

Daniel:  ooooooooook

Daniel:  who would hit someone as beautiful as you?

ShiksaInTheCity:  awww thats adorable

[dead air]

Daniel:  you really are preoccupied

[dead air]

Daniel:  alright i am here if you wanna talk otherwise nice talkin

ShiksaInTheCity:  haha

ShiksaInTheCity:  sorry

ShiksaInTheCity:  im working

Daniel:  on?

ShiksaInTheCity:  a writing project

Daniel:  you want me to let you be

ShiksaInTheCity:  i stopped for now

ShiksaInTheCity:  just finished

ShiksaInTheCity:  and why arent you out raging in bless?

ShiksaInTheCity:  i mean bmore?

Daniel:  i am not that type of guy

ShiksaInTheCity:  what is that type of guy?

Daniel:  i don’t like clubs

ShiksaInTheCity:  bars?

Daniel:  50 50

ShiksaInTheCity:  whats your fav drink?

Daniel:  alcoholic or non

ShiksaInTheCity:  both

Daniel:  chocolate milk and smirnoff ice

Daniel:  you?

ShiksaInTheCity:  wait, really?

ShiksaInTheCity:  together?

Daniel:  no

ShiksaInTheCity:  i dont get it

Daniel:  chocolate milk is my fav non alcohlic drink and smirnoff ice is my fav alcoholic drink

ShiksaInTheCity:  smirnoff ice with what?

ShiksaInTheCity:  straight?

Daniel:  yeah

ShiksaInTheCity:  thats why im confussed

ShiksaInTheCity:  chilled?

ShiksaInTheCity:  as a shot?

Daniel:  no


Daniel:  still confussed

Daniel:  ?

ShiksaInTheCity:  oh

ShiksaInTheCity:  wow

Daniel:  what

ShiksaInTheCity:  i stopped drinking those when i was 13

ShiksaInTheCity:  so yes, still confussed

ShiksaInTheCity:  but thats nice

Daniel:  wait what you drank when you were 13

ShiksaInTheCity:  sminoff ice


Not me, but close enough.


hungover from Smirnoff ice = #whitegirlproblem



Every Jewish Mother’s Dream….

And one from Bethesda? HELLO!

Interactions began after a night with clear drinks with my roommate, who is so much more pretentious and bitchy than I could ever wish to be.

First I was added as a “Favorite” ….. okay, relax. I just joined this website. Please consult one of my ex-Jewish man friends to ask him what that means, because I really have no idea.

Next, I got an “E-Card”

My Response:

Bethesda… I would have expected real ones.

Next E-card sent:

My response:

“i love your e cards what kind of coffee did you have in mind?”

Stand by…….. my nurse just called me for a few botox treatments.  I won’t be in need of a MD for at least a few more years…

Subject : Email

Message sent : 06/02/2011 01:12 PM

Hey,I’m curious what it is about Jewish guys you find so attractive that you signed up for this site? Are you into short, balding dudes with big noses who complain too much? -)

Seriously. I couldn’t make that up. It’s so good.My plan originally with this blog was to go on any date with anyone who asked. After about 5 minutes, I realized either I was living up to the shiksa stereotype WAY too quickly, or men in DC were just desperate. Either way, I decided I need to draw the line somewhere.  I’d only agree to actually meet men in person who didn’t throw themselves at me like lost puppies and who appeared to be somewhat normal.  And then I found a nice Jewish Doctor….

WTF is a shiksa?

Great question and one that took me a few years of research to throughly understand.

I entered college not even knowing what Kosher meant and was placed with a Conservative Jewish roommate who “kept Kosher” and also kept a clarinet in our closet. Love her, but boy were we different girls.

Well I learned what Kosher meant after a few trips to the dining hall and drunken nights out. I’m appalled that someone’s religion can prevent them from eating a bacon cheeseburger and crabs, but I grew up being forced to drink a dead man’s blood for 18 years, so I guess she wins?

After 4 years at a rather Jewcy University, where I lived in one of the only apartment complexes where mostly only Orthodox Jewish students resided, and 2 years in Los Angeles where I worked in an industry primarily dominated by Jewish men and with a Jewish roommate from Strong Island…. I can say this girl learned a lot.

But really, we all know Wikipeida does it best, so here it is with a little help from everyone’s fav hot mess shiksa…don’t forget that Sam Ronson was from Ashkenazi Jewish descent.  Think they found each other on JDate?

Shiksa (Yiddish: שיקסע, Polish: siksa) or shikse, is a Yiddish and Polish word that has moved into English usage, mostly in North American Jewish culture, as a term for a non-Jewishwoman, initially and sometimes still pejorative but now often used satirically. Shiksa usually refers to an attractive (stereotypically blonde) gentile woman or girl who might be a temptation to Jewish men or boys, e.g., for dating, intermarriage, etc. For some Jewish people (especially more religious types), the term may be used pejoratively (e.g. implying loose morals), but among others, it is more often used self-mockingly and satirically, to poke fun at the supposed view among Jews that non-Jewish women are more attractive than Jewish women.

Professor Frederic Cople Jaher writes:

The shiksa obsesses many jews: Rabbis see her as an intermarital threat to the survival of Judaism; parents fear that she will lure their sons away from family and faith; and Jewish men fantasize about her sexual and social desirability. She figures prominently—even compulsively—in popular movies and bestsellers by Jewish directors and writers.

Among Orthodox Jews, the term may be used to describe a Jewish girl or woman who fails to follow Orthodox religious precepts.

The equivalent term for a non-Jewish male, used less frequently, is shegetz.

In South America (ArgentinaBrazilUruguay), the term “shiksa” is used by both Ashkenazi and Sephardic Jews to indicate a housekeeper or maid and not simply a non-Jewish female.


The word shiksa is etymologically partly derived from the Hebrew term שקץ, שכץ sheketz, which means “abomination”, “impure,” or “object of loathing”, depending on the translator.

Several dictionaries define “shiksa” as a disparaging and offensive term applied to a non-Jewish girl or woman.

The word (written “siksa”, pronounced “shiksa”) in Polish culture is a popular pejorative (but often teasing or affectionate) word for an immature young girl or teenager. It means “pisspants” and is roughly equivalent to the English terms “snot-nosed brat”, “little squirt”, or “kid”. It is a conflation between the Yiddish term and usage of the Polish word “sikać” (“to urinate”). The male equivalent is “sikus”.

Wow. So many haters but so much love too.

Please note all the negative words:

pejorative X 2




housekeeper or maid








snot-nosed brat

little squirt


loose morals
Please note all the positive words:

attractive X 2




sexual and social desirability





Jewish directors and writers*

object of loathing


Who knows what is really positive and negative and who really cares? I’m not creating this blog to offend anyone and misrepresent who I am and what I believe in. It is merely a social experiment and also an examination of dating websites and men. Well, specifically Jewish men.

Because everyone knows…

Maybe Charlotte will find her Harry in the conservative and boring Washington, DC?
I’m not doing this to find a husband but…. Keep Reading and you will find out!!