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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

I can see Angelina and Brad teaching their kids a lot about their culture.  they seem to be a very cultured bunch of kids bc they spend time interacting all over the world. 

Charlize is from South Africa so we'll see.



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I used to love charlize because I thought she was south african, but nooooooo, she doesn't consider her self one. I watched her in an interview and the interviewer said " hey so you're South African..." she interrupted and said no " I'm a South Afrikaner" I'm like bish why did you try to stress the "K"Confused.  Come to found out many white south Africans use the "k" to differentiate themselves from black south Africans. After I found that out I was like well eff you to


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^^ damn, so she would want to be labeled as one of the most infamously racist groups on the planet...go figure.
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@GK LOL I'm uncatfishable!! I haven't been tricked by any girl yet!! *knocks on wood* lol




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Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

@ blaque I don't have a problem w/ you but your overconfidence  gets a little too much at times. How can you guarantee something like that, where is your proof?
If you disagree with what I or what other members say, that doesn't automatically make that statement untrue. That just make you conflicted. There have been times I "posted receipts" and it will go right over people's heads, proving that niccas just like to gainsaySleepy

Most kids learn the majority of things from their mothers. Why do you think society is so hell bent on children NOT being separated from their mothers? If a kid got caught doing some fuccery in school the first thing people are going to ask is "who and where is the mother". That said child could be living with the father only and still people are going to be like "where is the mother?" That is common sense.

Those accessory babies in Hollywood will learn most of their stuff from their adopted mothers in order to assimilate into that Hollywood lifestyle. Them kids are rich now, so to hell with Vietnam, the Philippines, Africa or wherever they came from *the mindset of the general public*.
Teaching them their original heritage is not profitable to them, granted they might teach them their native tongue (if they don't know it already) for the sake of having a bi-lingual child in the U.S., which is deemed a competitive edge. As the child gets old enough, they might do their own research on who they truly are.

Hell if an Chinese woman have a baby by a black man, more than likely that mother will try to teach their child Cantonese, Mandarin or whatever the hell the language they speak, as well as a few customs like the Chinese New Year.
As a mother you raise the child how YOU see fit so that child becomes a reflection of YOU.
Are stats really needed for thisConfused

I'm not saying this is the case for all, but the majority.

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Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

Originally posted by blaquefoxx blaquefoxx wrote:

Originally posted by ms_wonderland ms_wonderland wrote:

LOL my grandma had a white virgin mary painting...it was weird since she never referred to white people as anything other than devils.
I was at a whole in the wall accessories store and the owner (who's Russian) had 2 pre-renaissance photos of the last supper and of Mary and Christ laminated in a picture frame... you know that mofo would not take it down for me to get a closer look or take a photo? He reacted as if I wanted him to give me $50.00 or somethingOuch

I'mma go back when he ain't there one day and get one of the sales girls to do itStern Smile


he was probably afraid to answer your questions.  what were you planning once you got a closer look?
I was going to ask him how long he had it and if I could take a picture of it (for edification purposes lol). The pictures looked like they belonged in a museum, they were soooo old.
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Originally posted by blaquefoxx blaquefoxx wrote:

Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

@ blaque I don't have a problem w/ you but your overconfidence  gets a little too much at times. How can you guarantee something like that, where is your proof?
If you disagree with what I or what other members say, that doesn't automatically make that statement untrue.

I'm not saying this is the case for all, but the majority.




most times your soliloquies are unnecessary Sleepy This is all you needed to say tbh. I will not argue w/ you because I don't want the 12 tribes of Jehoshaphat to stone me. Do you girl.
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Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

Originally posted by blaquefoxx blaquefoxx wrote:

Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

@ blaque I don't have a problem w/ you but your overconfidence  gets a little too much at times. How can you guarantee something like that, where is your proof?
If you disagree with what I or what other members say, that doesn't automatically make that statement untrue.

I'm not saying this is the case for all, but the majority.




most times your soliloquies are unnecessary Sleepy This is all you needed to say tbh. I will not argue w/ you because I don't want the 12 tribes of Jehoshaphat to stone me. Do you girl.
You asked for proof, I further explained, and now my explanation was "unnecessary"Sleepy 
Yep, I was right, gainsaying is your favorite pastime.
But the scriptures do say that a fool hates knowledge *shrug*

So I will no longer address you...
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Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

Originally posted by blaquefoxx blaquefoxx wrote:

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I'm not saying this is the case for all, but the majority.




most times your soliloquies are unnecessary Sleepy This is all you needed to say tbh. I will not argue w/ you  Do you girl.
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Originally posted by blaquefoxx blaquefoxx wrote:

Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

@ blaque I don't have a problem w/ you but your overconfidence  gets a little too much at times. How can you guarantee something like that, where is your proof?
If you disagree with what I or what other members say, that doesn't automatically make that statement untrue. That just make you conflicted. There have been times I "posted receipts" and it will go right over people's heads, proving that niccas just like to gainsaySleepy

Most kids learn the majority of things from their mothers. Why do you think society is so hell bent on children NOT being separated from their mothers? If a kid got caught doing some fuccery in school the first thing people are going to ask is "who and where is the mother". That said child could be living with the father only and still people are going to be like "where is the mother?" That is common sense.

Those accessory babies in Hollywood will learn most of their stuff from their adopted mothers in order to assimilate into that Hollywood lifestyle. Them kids are rich now, so to hell with Vietnam, the Philippines, Africa or wherever they came from *the mindset of the general public*.
Teaching them their original heritage is not profitable to them, granted they might teach them their native tongue (if they don't know it already) for the sake of having a bi-lingual child in the U.S., which is deemed a competitive edge. As the child gets old enough, they might do their own research on who they truly are.

Hell if an Chinese woman have a baby by a black man, more than likely that mother will try to teach their child Cantonese, Mandarin or whatever the hell the language they speak, as well as a few customs like the Chinese New Year.
As a mother you raise the child how YOU see fit so that child becomes a reflection of YOU.
Are stats really needed for thisConfused

I'm not saying this is the case for all, but the majority.


To add on the males usually pick up their mothers personality traits that irregardless to gender such if they are extroverted or their shy or outspoken, etc most of the time. Same with females with their fathers. There are exceptions, but the numbers are pretty high and 80% or more men choose women to marry closer to their mothers.
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I dont know how a black person can honestly be "colorblind". how does that happen? the world is not colorblind. She really should rethink that or they will end up like out of touch fools thinking its okay for them to let their white besties call them the n-word
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