Today I decided to share the funny statements and questions people say/ask when they see a catholic girl in the same area. Before I begin, they are just silly stereotypical statements and are not meant to intentionally hurt any of you lovely people out there. With that being said, you know how weird it is to do something and then get asked a question which ends with " . . . .but you're catholic?!"
I've experienced some situations like these myself and I'm so in the mood to share. Let's begin:
Have you seen Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahani? On Prem's birthday, Jenny tells him that she is a vegetarian. His friends said she was Catholic and she must eat a lot of meat.
So, stop making those big owl eyes when someone eats the greens and not the leg piece.
They are not.
All festivals are amazing. We get pretty hyped about Christmas. . . I think we do it because that just makes it more special.
We are not alcoholics.
Some of us are Grammar Police of our own choice.
Thank you for judging a book by its cover like a perfect stereotype.
How. . . what. . . I don't even want to know where that came from! How would I know? If I do, I will write you a letter about the weather.
You think so? Wanna trade places? Not all parents let you party in the wee hours, people. Get our facts right!
We don't. Mostly.
Stereotyping is common. Not just Catholics but everybody faces some kind of statement that is common everywhere they go. It is wrong to pass judgment, sure. Especially when our facts are wrong. But looking back on the absurd things people say without thinking how ridiculous it sounds actually makes me laugh.
My Girl, Even If You Have A Desi Look, Be Confident, Let Them Be Jealous Of You.
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