After spending Christmas in Las Vegas and going to the Iranian concerts, I spent some time the other day thinking about a few things... and please learn from my mistake..
I've met a lot of the type of Iranian girls that I hate. You know, the self-centered type who think "I'm too good for you or for anyone", and who want the bad-boy player type with a lot of money and no self-respect. Whatever floats your boat...
Anyways, I saw a lot of them in Vegas, but when I was going back to my room I met a girl in the elevator who crushed the stereotype like a mosquito on a windshield. She was down-to-earth, funny, and really made me realize something... I have so much family and friends just like her, how come I'm always judging this generation based on the drunk ones out late at night or the frequent club-hoppers? What about all of my respectable cousins and friends or all the Iranian names on the Deans/Honors Lists at top schools?
I'm never going to generalize again. So this is going out to all you fellow Iranian guys and girls alike, next time you think that Iranians are a certain way, just look at yourself and your family see how well you've been brought up and realize that those stupid club-hopping pigs are just a minority... we run this joint! ;)
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