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Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jun 18, 2013
You absolutely love calling me a yank pink/white pig, you're such a man-slut don't play like you aren't. ;)

The only "thang" that's pink on me is my pssy. And i've proved to you that i aint a tranny, you just got addicted to me that's all it's okay to admit that you're human just like the rest of us. I make you feel good.

Now, since this is your personal thread, you can invite that heaux lilli over. I will happily get off of here and reserve this for you and her. Your own private quarters look at that! Enjoy papi!
soup

Houston, TX

#2 Jun 18, 2013
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
Enjoy papi!
You're seriously deluded if you think people from Louisiana really talk like that, Ms. "Creole".

I'm right across the state line in Texas(Lake Charles, LA is an hour drive)....Ask about us REAL Houston creoles(5th ward aka French-Town home of mainstream Zydeco). We are a proud sub-group of southern African-Americans, so I don't know where you're pulling this pseudo-Latin facade, misrepresenting Louisiana creole culture to make yourself seem exotic, from.

We have very little in common with Brazilians, Puerto-Ricans, Dominicans, Cuban or any other latin-american people, and PLENTY in common with fellow non-creole African-American ie Geechees, Africatown-Alabamians, Afro-Seminoles etc etc
soup

Houston, TX

#3 Jun 18, 2013
For those who are confused, here's a solid definition:

African-American = An ethnic group of people defined as being the decedents of African slaves brought and settled via the transatlantic slave trade who bore descendants that were born free or were born slaves then freed legally or through maroonage in what is today the Contiguous United States of America.

Past colonial histories of certain areas of the Contiguous US does not negate that. Louisiana creoles, Gullah/Geechees, Afro-Seminoles, Africatown-Alabamians etc etc are but sub groups that make up the greater African-American ethnicity.

*Contiguous United-States.*
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Contiguous_Unite... ;
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen

Los Angeles, CA

#4 Jun 18, 2013
soup wrote:
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You're seriously deluded if you think people from Louisiana really talk like that, Ms. "Creole".
I'm right across the state line in Texas(Lake Charles, LA is an hour drive)....Ask about us REAL Houston creoles(5th ward aka French-Town home of mainstream Zydeco). We are a proud sub-group of southern African-Americans, so I don't know where you're pulling this pseudo-Latin facade, misrepresenting Louisiana creole culture to make yourself seem exotic, from.
We have very little in common with Brazilians, Puerto-Ricans, Dominicans, Cuban or any other latin-american people, and PLENTY in common with fellow non-creole African-American ie Geechees, Africatown-Alabamians, Afro-Seminoles etc etc
okay...ONE, you sound Xactly like the btch that crashed my creole thread a while back talking about how "african" louisiana creoles are and that they're close to geechees. TWO, Let me address a coupla thangs for a second...1st of all, i said "papi" because URU is BRAZILIAN! Last time i checked Brazil was in Latin America....South America to be exact, and they speak portuguese and about 1,000 different creoles there. So, my refering him as "papi" had ZERO to do with ME being creole, more with him being Latino...as he has begged me numerous times that i would enjoy riding his "latin" pole. Haha YEAH you know u said it Brazil WOOOO! ;)

2nd of all, I'm not pretending to be "exotic" btch i am. Maybe you writing from Houston, TX has a complex lookin like a burnt up geechee, but i'm proud of who I am and i KNOW who i am. My family knows who they are and where we come from.

And 3, I like latino men because 1) most of us have the same religion (catholic), and 2) they're straight-up hot and know how to care for their families (most of them)

4 I'm not trying to be no dam latino, i already addressed this in a thread about what and who i identify with. I am NOT latino. I even have an entire thread on creole history and the french-spanish culture in louisiana, and even my own family lineage (which happens to be Spanish creole). Let me break it down for a basic btch like yourself: I am black american, louisiana creole, and hispanic...do with it what you want i don't give a fck, but before you step to me know yourself btch!
Unholy Agathon

Lithonia, GA

#5 Jun 18, 2013
Why are Brazilians (Urueuwauwau) and non-black Americans (Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen) making threads about eachother on an AA forum. If you're not AA you should atleast talk about AA related things, though it would be best if you just didn't post.
ASC

Castle Rock, CO

#6 Jun 18, 2013
Unholy Agathon wrote:
Why are Brazilians (Urueuwauwau) and non-black Americans (Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen) making threads about eachother on an AA forum. If you're not AA you should atleast talk about AA related things, though it would be best if you just didn't post.
For the same reason the blacks on this black forum are constantly creating threads about Latinos, mulattoes/Creoles, and whites. It makes sense when one comes across the bogus topics that their mind doesn't become curious as to what you all have to say about these proud cultured Latinos.
soup

Houston, TX

#7 Jun 18, 2013
Yeah, it's me, the Texas creole cowboy that was in the other thread lacing your jezebel-@$$ with knowledge about my people's culture that you seem to be so infatuated with all the way in the US hippie gay capital- California. You should be thanking me seeing as talking to me is the most you've ever learned about LA creole culture at once, and will ALWAYS be. lol
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
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how "african" louisiana creoles are
Because, we are, piss-yellow girl. I'm sorry if that conflicts with you wanna-be exotic french/spanish/latin fantasies you're were having with those fun-boys in the other thread, but that's the simple truth of the matter. The term creole in it's purest contexts comes from the spanish word criullo, which it self was rooted from the verb crear- which means to breed and was used to distinguish between slaves native born to the colony and those new imported from Africa. This is what it meant ALL through the colonial colonial Louisiana. It did NOT include whites.
It's wasn't until in, New Orleans society AFTER the aquisition of Louisiana by the U.S. 1803 aristocratic French speaking natives living "downtown" in the quarter,faubourg st. John and fauborg Marigny applied the term to themselves to distinguish themselves from the newly arrived american immigrants from Kentucky, tennessee,etc. Thus the rise of whites identifying as "creole" in Louisiana, but those families have all since died out come the rise of Cajun culture.
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
<quoted text>4 I'm not trying to be no dam latino, i already addressed this in a thread about what and who i identify with. I am NOT latino. I even have an entire thread on creole history and the french-spanish culture in louisiana, and even my own family lineage (which happens to be Spanish creole). Let me break it down for a basic btch like yourself: I am black american, louisiana creole, and hispanic...do with it what you want i don't give a fck, but before you step to me know yourself btch!
Spanish creole? You mean islenos? LMAAAO! They're all over the Former colonies in the US ie Texas, Florida, Cali, New Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and they all identify as "Islenos". Why when it comes to the ones in Louisiana, they are "spanish creole"? Afro-descendants of Louisiana are the TRUE creoles.

But, don't take my word. Here's a catalog of all people in colonial and antebellum Louisiana put together by some of the top Louisiana history scholars, including PHD scholar Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, taken from colonial official in the Pointe Coupee Notarial Records And you will find that if you search ANY of the people born in the colonial era(s) of Louisiana they were all either described as black, mullato, or gris(african-amerindian)-All of African descent in some way.
http://www.ibiblio.org/laslave/fields.php

Now say "Thank you, Cowboy, for sharing your people's history with such a lowly a wanna-be in Cali like myself."
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Jun 18, 2013
ASC wrote:
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For the same reason the blacks on this black forum are constantly creating threads about Latinos, mulattoes/Creoles, and whites. It makes sense when one comes across the bogus topics that their mind doesn't become curious as to what you all have to say about these proud cultured Latinos.
boom! cosign! i have no idea why they want to hog creoles as AA, and then simultaneously tell us to get off their boards. And i also don't know why AA's LOVE to pull out the ODR but then all of a sudden when it comes to Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, Brazilians, and Cubans of african descent (most of them) they all of a sudden "can't remember" it and call them "mixed". Holy sht AAs are doomed if this continues...the lack of logic is astounding!
soup

Houston, TX

#9 Jun 18, 2013
*grif
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Jun 18, 2013
soup wrote:
Yeah, it's me, the Texas creole cowboy that was in the other thread lacing your jezebel-@$$ with knowledge about my people's culture that you seem to be so infatuated with all the way in the US hippie gay capital- California. You should be thanking me seeing as talking to me is the most you've ever learned about LA creole culture at once, and will ALWAYS be. lol
<quoted text>
Because, we are, piss-yellow girl. I'm sorry if that conflicts with you wanna-be exotic french/spanish/latin fantasies you're were having with those fun-boys in the other thread, but that's the simple truth of the matter. The term creole in it's purest contexts comes from the spanish word criullo, which it self was rooted from the verb crear- which means to breed and was used to distinguish between slaves native born to the colony and those new imported from Africa. This is what it meant ALL through the colonial colonial Louisiana. It did NOT include whites.
It's wasn't until in, New Orleans society AFTER the aquisition of Louisiana by the U.S. 1803 aristocratic French speaking natives living "downtown" in the quarter,faubourg st. John and fauborg Marigny applied the term to themselves to distinguish themselves from the newly arrived american immigrants from Kentucky, tennessee,etc. Thus the rise of whites identifying as "creole" in Louisiana, but those families have all since died out come the rise of Cajun culture.
<quoted text>
Spanish creole? You mean islenos? LMAAAO! They're all over the Former colonies in the US ie Texas, Florida, Cali, New Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and they all identify as "Islenos". Why when it comes to the ones in Louisiana, they are "spanish creole"? Afro-descendants of Louisiana are the TRUE creoles.
But, don't take my word. Here's a catalog of all people in colonial and antebellum Louisiana put together by some of the top Louisiana history scholars, including PHD scholar Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, taken from colonial official in the Pointe Coupee Notarial Records And you will find that if you search ANY of the people born in the colonial era(s) of Louisiana they were all either described as black, mullato, or gris(african-amerindian)-All of African descent in some way.
http://www.ibiblio.org/laslave/fields.php
Now say "Thank you, Cowboy, for sharing your people's history with such a lowly a wanna-be in Cali like myself."
First of all:

1) Too long, didn't read (TLDR)
2) Why don't you take this bullsht post to the "I'm not Black i'm Creole" thread. This thread is for Uru and that Spongebtch douchepants heaux Lilli
3) i'll see you on the creole thread, ya colorstruck kneegreaux!-->"Because , we are, piss-yellow girl" -soup
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Jun 18, 2013
soup wrote:
Yeah, it's me, the Texas creole cowboy that was in the other thread lacing your jezebel-@$$ with knowledge about my people's culture that you seem to be so infatuated with all the way in the US hippie gay capital- California. You should be thanking me seeing as talking to me is the most you've ever learned about LA creole culture at once, and will ALWAYS be. lol
<quoted text>

Spanish creole? You mean islenos? LMAAAO! They're all over the Former colonies in the US ie Texas, Florida, Cali, New Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and they all identify as "Islenos". Why when it comes to the ones in Louisiana, they are "spanish creole"? Afro-descendants of Louisiana are the TRUE creoles.
But, don't take my word. Here's a catalog of all people in colonial and antebellum Louisiana put together by some of the top Louisiana history scholars, including PHD scholar Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, taken from colonial official in the Pointe Coupee Notarial Records And you will find that if you search ANY of the people born in the colonial era(s) of Louisiana they were all either described as black, mullato, or gris(african-amerindian)-All of African descent in some way.
http://www.ibiblio.org/laslave/fields.php
Now say "Thank you, Cowboy, for sharing your people's history with such a lowly a wanna-be in Cali like myself."
Spanish creole? You mean islenos? LMAAAO! They're all over the Former colonies in the US ie Texas, Florida, Cali, New Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and they all identify as "Islenos". Why when it comes to the ones in Louisiana, they are "spanish creole"? Afro-descendants of Louisiana are the TRUE creoles.

Whatever you want to call us, islenos, chauncers, mixed-cali chick...my family are creoles. We are NOT islenos (from the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, and conquered by Spain). My family has pure Spanish roots from Andalusia via Cuba and pure french roots from Paris/La Rochelle via Montreal that came to louisiana. Thanks, at least you gave it the old college try.

I am also part African-Louisianan, so whatever way you want to look at it...i'm creole honey, so step back.
soup

Houston, TX

#12 Jun 18, 2013
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
<quoted text>
First of all:
1) Too long, didn't read (TLDR)
2) Why don't you take this bullsht post to the "I'm not Black i'm Creole" thread. This thread is for Uru and that Spongebtch douchepants heaux Lilli
3) i'll see you on the creole thread, ya colorstruck kneegreaux!-->"Because , we are, piss-yellow girl" -soup
Tell ya what..... How, about you just take a min to recoup, finish playing recess with your lil' online pen pals in here, and when you're ready to address a real creole, post your response in that thread.

How bout that?
soup

Houston, TX

#13 Jun 18, 2013
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
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Spanish creole? You mean islenos? LMAAAO! They're all over the Former colonies in the US ie Texas, Florida, Cali, New Mexico, Arizona, New Mexico, and they all identify as "Islenos". Why when it comes to the ones in Louisiana, they are "spanish creole"? Afro-descendants of Louisiana are the TRUE creoles.
Whatever you want to call us, islenos, chauncers, mixed-cali chick...my family are creoles. We are NOT islenos (from the Canary Islands off the coast of Africa, and conquered by Spain). My family has pure Spanish roots from Andalusia via Cuba and pure french roots from Paris/La Rochelle via Montreal that came to louisiana. Thanks, at least you gave it the old college try.
I am also part African-Louisianan, so whatever way you want to look at it...i'm creole honey, so step back.
Not that I could give a flying f|uck about what you're "claiming" as your ancestry(because if it ain't from colonial African-Dahomean, Senegambian/Sahelian, Yoruba, Congo roots, then it ain't LA creole), but the vast majority of Spaniards that settled in Spanish-Louisiana were from the Canary Islands and Malaga Southern Spain, and a few cuban born planters. So, if you're claim Louisiana-Spaniard ancestry then you are almost certain to be an ethnic LA Islenos who ancestors came from one of the four offical settlments in Louisiana.

And that's on the off-chance you even have ANY ancestry that goes back to my neighboring state, birth place of 3 of my grandparents(check the mass black Louisiana migration to Texas in the 1940s, just one of the MANY waves of Afro-Louisianians into Texas)- Louisiana. I'm an official descendant of people from rural creole culture- urban creole cutlure is slighty different in Baton Rouge & New Orleans Louisiana.

Most obvious in the music of Creole. Rural creole music is more akin to zydeco while urban creole culture is more Jazz/Ragtime.

You're welcome for the lacing.
soup

Houston, TX

#14 Jun 18, 2013
History of the historically African-American neighborhood in Houston, TX
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fifth_Ward,_Hous...

^^^Scroll down to section 6, where it says "Frenchtown", and learn a little about the stock I we Houston creoles come from, since you're so interested in our culture.
soup

Houston, TX

#15 Jun 18, 2013
More on Houston creoles, even though there some inaccuracies on the origins of the term "creoles"(as always).

"Australian Cookie Ignites Debate Over "Creole," To The Bafflement Of Houston Creoles"
http://blogs.houstonpress.com/hairballs/2009/...
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#16 Jun 19, 2013
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
You absolutely love calling me a yank pink/white pig, you're such a man-slut don't play like you aren't. ;)
The only "thang" that's pink on me is my pssy. And i've proved to you that i aint a tranny, you just got addicted to me that's all it's okay to admit that you're human just like the rest of us. I make you feel good.
Now, since this is your personal thread, you can invite that heaux lilli over. I will happily get off of here and reserve this for you and her. Your own private quarters look at that! Enjoy papi!
I see, so ya stuck on dumb Yank trollin' pinkish phagg azz had to create another BS banana thread in my honouwowor, just so ya could keep yo' trollin' BS games goin', aye?! ;-) I doubt Lili will join in, & I wun either. ;-D Next time,@ least make sure to put it down in a proper Spanish, & not this broken Yank Spanglish, if ya can't get my national lang & L.American culture right. ;-D Byatch, listen carefully, although I'm fluent in Spanish, like a lotta BRA peeps, I surely ain't a Latin Hispanic dude, & most of all, I'm very straight. ;-) So fuhck off w/ this 'papi', phaggy. ;-)
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#17 Jun 19, 2013
Unholy Agathon wrote:
Why are Brazilians (Urueuwauwau) and non-black Americans (Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen) making threads about eachother on an AA forum. If you're not AA you should atleast talk about AA related things, though it would be best if you just didn't post.
How about ya keep me out of this BS Yank trollin' equation?! ;-) I dun make/create threads about anythin' in here, let alone some BS Yank pinkish phagg trolls. ;-D But I hear ya, & I agree. ;-)
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#18 Jun 19, 2013
soup wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell ya what..... How, about you just take a min to recoup, finish playing recess with your lil' online pen pals in here, and when you're ready to address a real creole, post your response in that thread.
How bout that?
Yo, ask that Yank phaggy LA Creole wannabe banana trollin' fool, what 'tako' stands for/means, in LA. ;-D Every real Yank LA Creole knows it, or even peeps only livin' one or two generations in LA. WTF, even I know it, & I'm a BRA dude. ;-)
soup

Houston, TX

#19 Jun 19, 2013
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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Yo, ask that Yank phaggy LA Creole wannabe banana trollin' fool, what 'tako' stands for/means, in LA. ;-D Every real Yank LA Creole knows it, or even peeps only livin' one or two generations in LA. WTF, even I know it, & I'm a BRA dude. ;-)
lol Man, I'd be surprised if she even knew what "beau-koo" means. Something you pick if you even spend a WEEK in Louisiana.
ASC

Castle Rock, CO

#20 Jun 19, 2013
soup wrote:
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lol Man, I'd be surprised if she even knew what "beau-koo" means. Something you pick if you even spend a WEEK in Louisiana.
But you are correct. Many terms used in Louisiana like beaucoup and "make groceries" derived from French terms which is what many ask - why do I say "make groceries" instead of "buying groceries." I'll be relocating to DFW soon. I am Louisiana Creole and Scot by the way. There are many Creoles in Houston. Are you originally from Houston?

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