Imaging growing up in a Lebanese family of 13 children when you were supposed to grow up with a Scottish family of five. That’s what happened to poor Frederick George:

Frederick George of Pembroke was raised as a Roman Catholic in a Lebanese family of 13 children in New Zealand. He should have been raised in a Scottish Presbyterian family of five. “I was accidentally placed in the wrong bassinet at the hospital the night I was born and did not discover this until I was 57 years old,” says George.

The poor guy had to live on labneh and zaatar for his entire life. And let’s not forget the loving Lebanese father:

Growing up, George said, his father often said he did not believe Fred George was his.

Maybe John McCain’s right, we Arabs don’t come from good families.