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He directed us to a hotel where he had already made a reservation.
He probably had less money than we did, and the hotel, more like infested motel, certainly reflected that.
On my boyfriend's 16th birthday, I was invited over for a family dinner. When I thought things couldn't get any worse, dinner was served, and there were only chopsticks for us to use.
I had never in my life even come across these, but I knew that if I wanted the dad to approve of me I had to at least try.
But I guess I do miss the homemade pizza for dinner, if I'm honest.
When I was 15, I started dating this guy who was half Chinese, half Polish, and born in Brazil (what a mix! His dad traveled a lot so I never really got to see him. As soon as his dad met me, he said in broken English, "You can date my son all you want, but he has a wife waiting for him in China so you're wasting your time." I awkwardly smiled, thinking, What the hell did I get myself into?
When I was younger, my mom always told me I should date (and eventually marry) "within the race."When I invited my first serious boyfriend — who was white — to the house to meet my parents, my mother actually asked him if his older brother was "as pink" as he was, referring to his skin color. A few years later, when I was in college, she told me she had given up on the idea of me marrying a black doctor and was beginning to look forward to the day when she could meet her "zebra-baby" grandkids.
He sounded very stressed; he said that we could no longer stay with him because his mother had been recently mugged by a black man and would not stand to have a black man in the house.
It was only after this that I saw him as a doctor who watched Fox News a lot and not as the cool, hip dad he came off as initially.
I can't say I'm sure it was just a race thing.
Now we were on a first date because I am a crazy narcissist.
I asked him careful questions about his years in the service and his home country.
When I first saw her (and her smile), I was smitten.