The US Constitution was created of the people, by the people and for the people. In that way, this new site is exactly like the Constitution–if you take away the word “people” and substitute the word “JAP.”
Welcome to RATETHEJAP.com, a site that calls itself “the official website for Jewish American Princesses.” Here, you (the theoretical you, not YOU) can celebrate your fashion-and-money-centric lifestyle and rate the profiles of other Jewish women on how JAPpy they are.
The woman who created the site is prepared for the inevitable backlash: “Those who bash J.A.P’s probably couldn’t even tell a fake Louie Vuitton bag from a real one,” she says, “so who cares what they think. [I couldn’t tell a fake from a real one, but I do know that it’s spelled “Louis.” Louie is the guy who fixes the brakes on your car or gives you a pickle from a barrel at a shop on the Lower East Side.]
How to know if you belong on this site? “If you are proud to be a Jewish American princess or just emulate to be like one, create a profile to flaunt your Jappiness. Remember, if G-d didn’t want us to look down on people he wouldn’t of created high heels.To recap:
1) JAP bashers (not clear if this is someone who hates the JAPs themselves or the term JAP itself) have no fashion sense.
2) You can “emulate to be like” a JAP. (My fingers hurt typing that.)
3) Enough fear of G-d to include the dash instead of an “o”–but not enough to hold her back from celebrating a negative stereotype.
4) G-d, after creating the world and everything in it, created high heels.
5) She knows what G-d “would of” or “would of not” created. Ouch, again.
Let the comments begin…