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Originally posted by Blac1Chyna Blac1Chyna wrote:

I'll put it like this:
If people dont ask you what you're mixed with (without prompting or hints), or outright assume you're mixed than you're not exotic and you look like a regular black girl. Not that there's anyting wrong with looking like a regular black girl, but it is kinda trendy to be an exotical these days so I see why she might have wanted to hear a certain answer..

From what I've seen of the OP she looks like a light skin black girl, but I wouldnt be surprised if she was 1/2 black 1/2 white.

I just dont think 1/2 black american 1/2 white american mixes are exotic. It's just so common, like how can a regular stock nicca and a cracka be exotic? It's been done before give me something new bold fresh and different

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Originally posted by jimmy_rustle jimmy_rustle wrote:



Did my post imply finding anything about family lineage?  You need timeout for pulling that nonsense out of your ass.  





Originally posted by <b>loveandpeace1984</b> loveandpeace1984 wrote:

I'm black american and proud of it and proud of my African roots. I would love to find out about the tribes I descend from.



Originally posted by <font color=#FF0000>jimmy_rustle</font> jimmy_rustle wrote:


Visit a few African countries and adopt one as your homeland I highly recommend blacks, especially black Americans to spend time in a black country.  It is hard to describe but there is nothing like being black in a country, I undergo a transformation immediately after landing in Africa

^Nicca, ain't that youErmm

You do realize your response was based off of LoveandPeace wanting to find out his lineage, right?
Do you even proof-read before clicking reply or are you too happy being a reprobate who could put a bunch of nonsensical lines together? History has already shown that you err not knowing what you're talking about and refused to be edified when people point it out.


Originally posted by jimmy_rustle jimmy_rustle wrote:


The fact that Black people in western countries tend to have pathetic views of themselves is what being aware of African countries and African culture will address. 
Ummm, no. If anything, they need to focus on the legacy of their ancestors here in the west first. That's how you build esteem and awareness. If you can't do that here in your backyard, trying to do so across the water is futile imo.


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Looking exotic =/= being mixed. Nor is it exclusive to those who have immediate mixture (i.e. each parent is a different race).

I've been asked almost all my life what I'm "mixed with" because my features according to others don't make me look "just black" - which I find HIGHLY insulting. Both my parents are black. Regardless of who's roaming further back in my family tree, I don't need the low shade insult of being told I don't look "just black" - especially by non black people.

On more than one occasion I've gone off on someone for saying something along the lines of "you're so pretty, what are you mixed with...you can't be just black?!"Angry
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Yall stay showing out!!!!!!

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Originally posted by modelbusiness82 modelbusiness82 wrote:

Looking exotic =/= being mixed. Nor is it exclusive to those who have immediate mixture (i.e. each parent is a different race).

I've been asked almost all my life what I'm "mixed with" because my features according to others don't make me look "just black" - which I find HIGHLY insulting. Both my parents are black. Regardless of who's roaming further back in my family tree, I don't need the low shade insult of being told I don't look "just black" - especially by non black people.

On more than one occasion I've gone off on someone for saying something along the lines of "you're so pretty, what are you mixed with...you can't be just black?!"Angry


I nearly read this another way and I was about to give you one of these: Stern Smile

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I wish I looked exotic....with that and my light skin privilege I'll be unstoppable! CoolLOL
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