Being a multi-racial, multi-ethnic society here, it is not easy not to come across race- or ethnic-specific real situations or in written form. Take the piece below, for instance. I am sure every group has its own idiosyncrasies. And that's what makes life so colorful, challenging and fun.
Phone rings. INDIAN MOTHER (in strong Indian accent) picks up the phone and answers:
Indian Mother: Hello?
Daughter: Hi Mom. Can I leave the kids with you tonight?
Indian Mother: You're going out? chi chi chi chi
Indian Mother: With whom?
Daughter: With a friend.
Indian Mother: I don't know why you left your husband. He is such a good man.
Daughter: I didn't leave him. He left me!
Indian Mother: You let him leave you, and now you go out with anybodies and nobodies.
Daughter: I do not go out with anybody. Can I bring over the kids?
Indian Mother: I never left you to go out with anybody except your father.
Daughter: There are lots of things that you did and I don't.
Indian Mother: What are you hinting at?
Daughter: Nothing. I just want to know if I can bring the kids over tonight.
Indian Mother: You're going to stay the night with him? What will your husband say if he finds out?
Daughter: My EX husband. I don't think he would be bothered. From the day he left me, he probably never slept alone!
Indian Mother: So you're going to sleep over at this loser's place?
Daughter: He's not a loser.
Indian Mother: A man who goes out with a divorced woman with children is a loser and a parasite.
Daughter: I don't want to argue. Should I bring over the kids or not?
Indian Mother: Poor children with such a mother.
Daughter: Such a what?
Indian Mother: With no stability. No wonder your husband left you.
Indian Mother: Don't scream at me. You probably scream at this loser too!
Daughter: Now you're worried about the loser?
Indian Mother: Ah, so you see he's a loser. I spotted him immediately.
Daughter: Goodbye mother.
Indian Mother: Wait! Don't hang up! When are you bringing them over?
Daughter: I'm not bringing them over! I'm not going out!
Indian Mother: If you never go out, how do you expect to meet anyone?