After I get my Sunday night fill of the “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” I turn my attention to reality TV drama of another sort — the “Shahs of Sunset.” This show follows a group of Persians in Beverly Hills who are living the glamorous life and trying to balance their parent’s expectations of excellence and tradition (such as Muslims and Jews sticking with their own kind) with their own desires, which are basically work hard and play even harder — and drunker.Last night, one of the oddballs of the group, Asa, dropped a bit of a bomb when she introduced the audience to her longtime boo.
After pointing out that as far as Persians are concerned, dating a black man is a major no-no, Asa proved she’s on that K Michelle with zero f**ks given.
Not only does she call him “daddy,” and not just in the bedroom, she also talked about being very traditional and cooking him dinner And not just like, here’s some meat and potatoes.
She busts out a four-course vegetarian meal for JJ on a daily.
A traditionalist at heart, he travels often in an attempt to expose himself to as many cultures across the globe as possible.
They like dinner dates, they want to being picked up, they enjoy wearing dresses and heels – essentially they embrace being a woman. Many live at home with their parents and learned how to cook and clean the tables from their elders.
They care about their appearances so much so that they fear leaving the house without looking their best – be it make up, hair, heels, or that expensive dress.
And of course, they are materialistic – they care what you drive, they have one or more Chanel bags, they’ll invade your city’s fancy bars/restaurants, and so on.
Hume, formerly known as Law Dogger, is an attorney and the litigation partner of his law firm.
His column runs every so often and he can be found on Twitter as well. The sometimes delicate, always materialistic, often complicated and usually bitchy flowers of the female species.
They vary from outright gorgeous to downright hideous with excess hair and cycloptic unibrows.
On the bright side, a common ground most share is that they are traditional and feminine.