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Anonymous said: You were raised Jewish, right? But do you personally identify yourself as Jewish? Like how religious are you?

mutantboyfriend:

Like everything I’m gonna come at you with kind of a long response cause I don’t really take things in a black and white manner. 

So I was raised as a reconstructionist Jew, which is a very modern form of Judaism less focused on “this is what you are supposed to believe” and more on “what makes you feel the most at piece?” It is a very laid back form of Judaism and supports questioning everything and bringing new ideas to the table. You are taught to question what you are taught and build upon it.

For me however, this was kind of a double edged sword because the more I was asked to question and recreate, the broader my horizons for spirituality became until eventually I reached a point where everything just kind of became too overwhelming to keep a part of my life. So it’s not that I cut religion out of my life entirely, rather, I kind of put it on the back burner for a long long time (between ages 13 to a few months ago)

So to answer your question I wouldn’t really say I’m Jewish BUT I am on a spiritual journey with a foundation starting from Judaism. I don’t believe I can really form an opinion on much of anything until I’ve experienced as much of it as I can. So maybe once I’m done learning about everyone else’s religions I can safely say I know what I believe.

This may sound a bit cliché but the details of my spiritual journey aren’t really for you, they’re for me. They are my personal ideals and will help shape my values as I grow and progress spiritually in tandem with myself as a person.

Sep 30

Anonymous said: How do you feel about girls your age with little no experience with boys?

mutantboyfriend:

Haha I mean that’s kind of irrelevant man. In a nonsexual way, I’m friends with TONS of girls with no sexual experience with boys and TONS of girls who with lots of sexual experience. Wanna know something funny about them? They are all still awesome hahaha.

Now I’m assuming you mean this in a like “would you date a girl with less sexual experience than you” kind of way. Deciding to be in a monogamous relationship with someone isn’ really something I take lightly so everything gets considered. Lol but if that’s something you’re worried about as a man, you might as well just go to a fuckin strip club you shouldn’t be in a relationship

Sep 30

Anonymous said: do you ever regret joining sdk

mutantboyfriend:

Quite the contrary!! I’ve been doing YouTube for almost six years now and I’ve seen my career go through really really tall summits and also fall into pits of complete irrelevancy a few times. When I joined SDK I was in the biggest lull of my entertainment career with no motivation to do anything and on the verge of just giving up to go get a degree in Architecture and interior design hahahaha.

Joining SDK basically singlehandedly saved my career for the second time. It gave me the structure to weekly post as well as surround me with a crew of incredibly supportive and creative people. SDK is the greatest thing that could’ve ever happened to my life and I owe those boys everything. We owe it to each other.

Sep 30

Anonymous said: Ok Jonah. What's up with the whole college thing? Are you taking a semester off, year off, leaving all together? I know you want to be a film maker, so how will the impact of not having a degree if you did decide to leave college affect your credibility in the film making industry?

mutantboyfriend:

Imagine taking a test about making a sandwich. You study for the test, you learn every ingredient used to make the sandwich, what bread tastes best with what lunch meat, even the industry names for the utensils used to make the bread. You take the test and you ace it.

Congratulations, you have graduated sandwich school! Now here’s where things get tricky. To take this test it cost you upwards of $100,000 that you obviously can’t just pay in cash or afford, so you take out what are called loans. The longer you wait to pay these back, the more money the bank you borrowed it from can charge in interest.

So with this in mind, let’s say you go to apply for a job as a sandwich maker, but finding a job isn’t exactly as easy as you thought… being a sandwich maker is an incredibly glamorous job that lots people want and apparently everyone else who graduated sandwich school with you has the same exact knowledge as you and absolutely nothing sets you apart from them. So your employment is based essentially on a lottery system. Accumulating interest starts racking up.

Fast forward 10 months, you’ve FINALLY been hired as the official resident sandwich maker!! After living in your parents house for the last year doing essentially nothing but scour Craigslist for a job, you FINALLY get to live your dream of being a successful sandwich maker.

But wait… uh oh. You arrive on the first day, and you realize something. You have no idea where they keep the ingrediants, how this specific sandwich place works, how to interact with customers, how the cookware works here, or how to apply your knowledge because your sandwich school only taught you the theory, not how to use this knowledge.

Never once did it occur to you that there was more to sandwich making than just theory, and while you were putting yourself hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt, one of your colleagues got in touch with an already established sandwich maker. He worked from the bottom up as an assistant, eventually graduating to unpaid intern, to paid intern and over the course of 4 years working his way up the sandwich making ladder, making connections in the sandwich making world, learning social skills, and firsthand knowledge of how the business works.

Your colleague may have even started his OWN sandwich making shop with all of these connections and real world appliable experience, and, get this, his money goes into his savings account and not in a loan check to the bank.

The point I’m trying to make is there is more than one way to get from point A to point B than just the mainstream solution that is sold to you. Remember that college is, before ANYTHING else, a business. Not saying college is bad, but sometimes, rather than following the path that’s already laid out for you, you have to go pave your own.

Sep 30
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