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check out some of trevor noahs skits, he speaks on his experiences as a coloured growing up in sa.

a lot of 'cape coloureds' after apartheid was abolished felt marginalised
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

check out some of trevor noahs skits, he speaks on his experiences as a coloured growing up in sa.

a lot of 'cape coloureds' after apartheid was abolished felt marginalised
 
Just googled him. Haven't yet seen one of his skits adressing this particular issue but I just saw his skit on Mandela's birthday and his "Na mean" skit. He's funny. I'ma watch some more
 
Lol, just saw the Tacos skit. Dude is hilarious!


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just saw movie called "skin" last night...about a south african girl (sandra laing).  who appeared black/colored who was born to 2 white south africans.  although, i'm convinced one of the parents were mulatto or quadroon because they had a second black looking child after her... 
 
 
 
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Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:



Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

check out some of trevor noahs skits, he speaks on his experiences as a coloured growing up in sa.

a lot of 'cape coloureds' after apartheid was abolished felt marginalised

 
Just googled him. Haven't yet seen one of his skits adressing this particular issue but I just saw his skit on Mandela's birthday and his "Na mean" skit. He's funny. I'ma watch some more
 
Lol, just saw the Tacos skit. Dude is hilarious!



saw him live beginning of january

managed to speak to him after, he's pretty cool

theres a documentary they did in 2004 at the ten year mark either by the bbc or channel 4,

im trying to remember the title

it was pretty sad
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Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

just saw movie called "skin" last night...about a south african girl (sandra laing).  who appeared black/colored who was born to 2 white south africans.  although, i'm convinced one of the parents were mulatto or quadroon because they had a second black looking child after her... 
 
 
 

I saw this movie today with my sister...very sad.Cry

I'll try to ask him tomorrow Monday after class. Shocked
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Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

Originally posted by JoliePoufiasse JoliePoufiasse wrote:



Originally posted by afrokock afrokock wrote:

check out some of trevor noahs skits, he speaks on his experiences as a coloured growing up in sa.

a lot of 'cape coloureds' after apartheid was abolished felt marginalised

 
Just googled him. Haven't yet seen one of his skits adressing this particular issue but I just saw his skit on Mandela's birthday and his "Na mean" skit. He's funny. I'ma watch some more
 
Lol, just saw the Tacos skit. Dude is hilarious!



saw him live beginning of january

managed to speak to him after, he's pretty cool

theres a documentary they did in 2004 at the ten year mark either by the bbc or channel 4,

im trying to remember the title

it was pretty sad
 
Already have my ticket to see him live here at the Melbourne Comedy Festival.
Should be awesome!
I'm expecting alot of Pistorious jokes Dead
 
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im sure he will.

the dude is a comdeic genius

his tickets out here sold out pretty quick.
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Originally posted by Derri Derri wrote:

Def don't ask his ass his views
 
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Originally posted by ThoughtCouture ThoughtCouture wrote:

just saw movie called "skin" last night...about a south african girl (sandra laing).  who appeared black/colored who was born to 2 white south africans.  although, i'm convinced one of the parents were mulatto or quadroon because they had a second black looking child after her... 
 
 
 
The post production company I use to work edited this film.
It's a good film
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Originally posted by Naturalchick30 Naturalchick30 wrote:

Originally posted by Derri Derri wrote:

Def don't ask his ass his views

 

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i think it would make for interesting dialogue to be honest

diccy just has to be prepared to school his lecturer
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