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lol not a fan of poboys. Rather just have the shrimp/fried oysters alone. But i'm not a fan of sandwhiches in general. Unless they're sopping with sauce like a french dip then i'm not into it. Except for Subway tunas lol.
Beaucoup >> "boo-koo" how New Orleanians pronounce it or say it, the word is actually French that means >> a lot << so you are correct.

Not a fan of poboys?! Lol I'm mad at you now *swings hair*. Just kidding. I'm not a huge fan of sandwiches myself because I'm not really big on bread or like to eat a lot of it. But poboys I do love. I prefer fried oysters alone not in a sandwich but I love a shrimp poboy or hot sausage sandwich << something almost exclusively sold and made down in LA particularly southeast LA. It's not a sausage link at all and it really is hot your first time trying it lol. I'm not a fan of french dip either but it is good for sure.
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"& most of all, I'm very straight."
Ya lol that' what they ALL say haha! You'z a freak fo sho! I'm very straight too, but even i admire some women.
"dumb Yank trollin' pinkish phagg azz had to create another BS banana thread"
am i a banana yank because you'd like to eat my "white....pinkish" interior you slut you. You know, bananas are very sweet and edible...and yes...i'm definitely a "phagg azz" because i'd love to get butt fcked by a hot latin stud like yourself...but since i'm a woman, i dunno what you'd call that...maybe extremely straight?
OMFG!!! What kind of freak show did you and Uru have going on?! Hahaha.
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Let me ask a Brazilian for example.
Do you consider Brazilians of African descent that live in and have roots the former Dutch colonial land of Brazil, New-Holland, to be a different group altogether than Afro-Brazilians, or are they Afro-Brazilians just the same as any other person of African descent in with roots their roots in Brazil?
Well, it's a bit tricky, ya know. ;-D Ya got me w/ this Q, & I suppose ya know some of BRA & S.American complex & centuries long history. ;-) The simple A to yo' Q, is no, I dun consider 'em to be of special group based on that alone. ;-) Dutch were found mostly in my NE.BRA region, just like French in N.BRA region for a while, & even in SE.BRA shortly. ;-) Many BRA peeps in general have these European admixtures in 'em, but it's not somethin' we base our identities on. ;-D It's far more important to average Afro-BRA dude, where other BRA person originally hails from, like, region, state, city, community, culture (above all!), than looks & ancestry alone. Ancestry in BRA comes as very last, like in the rest of L.America, more or less. ;-) In BRA ya can be 'black', but not necessarily Afro-BRA, & ya can be Afro-BRA, yet not necessarily black. ;-D Then ya also have various BRA social 'black movements' that follow their foreign sponsored agendas, & define other BRA groups based on their actual biased agendas, & this is new & very recent in BRA, & the rest of L.America. ;-) Yet our old, hard core Afro-BRA peeps, they'd always follow the rule of 'brotherhood','culture','relig ion' & 'nation' in order to define who's Afro-BRA, & who's just 'black', or not 'Afro-BRA'. ;-D BTW, this term 'Afro-BRA' is also knew in BRA, like hyphened Afro is in the rest of L.America. ;-) A few decades ago we'd simply look on someone's face & skin to define his 'race', but that still meant nuttin' much, it was a formal way of doin' things, like seein','blondes','brunettes', etc. ;-D

- check this out, ya might like it & it'll help ya to understand BRA a bit better. Dude on the left w/ hat is (mixed)'black' & he ain't Afro-BRA by culture, one of his grandparents is also of BRA Dutch origin. The woman is a typical generational BRA light mulatta, but she's also Afro-BRA by culture. & the lightest BRA dude w/ blue eyes is of BRA Dutch origin as well, but in BRA (although he has some African & Amerindian ancestry) he's seen as 'white' nonetheless
h.ttp://youtu.be/RkzwNOTkGOs

Back to yo' original Q. We make distinctions when it comes to BRA maroon communities as well, cause they aren't part of Afro-BRA traditional historical social & cultural groupings. In general, in BRA, & even the rest of L.America (unless bein' member/activist in some foreign funded social 'black' movement), we dun go around sayin', like,'hey I'm IVigger, hey I'm white, hey I'm black, hey I'm Amerindian, hey I'm mixed, hey I'm Asian, hey I'm this & that'. I only saw this shyat happenin' in the ole Yankland, but not too often. ;-D
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Jun 20, 2013
 
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
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Ya lol that' what they ALL say haha! You'z a freak fo sho! I'm very straight too, but even i admire some women.

am i a banana yank because you'd like to eat my "white....pinkish" interior you slut you. You know, bananas are very sweet and edible...and yes...i'm definitely a "phagg azz" because i'd love to get butt fcked by a hot latin stud like yourself...but since i'm a woman, i dunno what you'd call that...maybe extremely straight?
Nah, nuttin' new above my lines, same ole self projectin' Yank trollin' phagglet's crap comin' from the same busted Yank banana pinkish troll. ;-) If I say I'm very straight, it's Xactly what it means, no other meanin'. ;-D If I were bisex, I'd have said so long ago, & to me 'bisex' is the same as phagg when it comes to males. But I dun mind doin' lesbo & bisex chicks, as long as they're clean & STD free, that's for sure. Just sayin', while movin' on. ;-)
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OMFG!!! What kind of freak show did you and Uru have going on?! Hahaha.
Yo, leave me out of that/this dumb pinkish Yank self projectin' trollin' phaggy banana's BS, thx. I surely have nuttin' to do w/'its' delusinal Yank troll's world, so much less 'its' phagg wet phantasies. ;-)
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Yo, leave me out of that/this dumb pinkish Yank self projectin' trollin' phaggy banana's BS, thx. I surely have nuttin' to do w/'its' delusinal Yank troll's world, so much less 'its' phagg wet phantasies. ;-)
Fuhck off ya dumb Yank trollin' self projectin' phagg monkey crap. ;-D There ya go, piece o' cake, ya dumb squeekin' drama Yank trollin' monkey. ;-)
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Jun 20, 2013
 
UruEuWauWau wrote:
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Well, it's a bit tricky, ya know. ;-D Ya got me w/ this Q, & I suppose ya know some of BRA & S.American complex & centuries long history. ;-) The simple A to yo' Q, is no, I dun consider 'em to be of special group based on that alone. ;-) Dutch were found mostly in my NE.BRA region, just like French in N.BRA region for a while, & even in SE.BRA shortly. ;-) Many BRA peeps in general have these European admixtures in 'em, but it's not somethin' we base our identities on. ;-D It's far more important to average Afro-BRA dude, where other BRA person originally hails from, like, region, state, city, community, culture (above all!), than looks & ancestry alone. Ancestry in BRA comes as very last, like in the rest of L.America, more or less. ;-) In BRA ya can be 'black', but not necessarily Afro-BRA, & ya can be Afro-BRA, yet not necessarily black. ;-D Then ya also have various BRA social 'black movements' that follow their foreign sponsored agendas, & define other BRA groups based on their actual biased agendas, & this is new & very recent in BRA, & the rest of L.America. ;-) Yet our old, hard core Afro-BRA peeps, they'd always follow the rule of 'brotherhood','culture','relig ion' & 'nation' in order to define who's Afro-BRA, & who's just 'black', or not 'Afro-BRA'. ;-D BTW, this term 'Afro-BRA' is also knew in BRA, like hyphened Afro is in the rest of L.America. ;-) A few decades ago we'd simply look on someone's face & skin to define his 'race', but that still meant nuttin' much, it was a formal way of doin' things, like seein','blondes','brunettes', etc. ;-D
- check this out, ya might like it & it'll help ya to understand BRA a bit better. Dude on the left w/ hat is (mixed)'black' & he ain't Afro-BRA by culture, one of his grandparents is also of BRA Dutch origin. The woman is a typical generational BRA light mulatta, but she's also Afro-BRA by culture. & the lightest BRA dude w/ blue eyes is of BRA Dutch origin as well, but in BRA (although he has some African & Amerindian ancestry) he's seen as 'white' nonetheless
h.ttp://youtu.be/RkzwNOTkGOs
Back to yo' original Q. We make distinctions when it comes to BRA maroon communities as well, cause they aren't part of Afro-BRA traditional historical social & cultural groupings. In general, in BRA, & even the rest of L.America (unless bein' member/activist in some foreign funded social 'black' movement), we dun go around sayin', like,'hey I'm IVigger, hey I'm white, hey I'm black, hey I'm Amerindian, hey I'm mixed, hey I'm Asian, hey I'm this & that'. I only saw this shyat happenin' in the ole Yankland, but not too often. ;-D
Maroons, you mean the Quilombos? When I get some time I want to ask about the Amazon forest Africa maroons and conflicts with the natives.
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Jun 20, 2013
 
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Jun 21, 2013
 
Afro-latin SOUTH AKA Gen wrote:
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Fuhck off ya dumb Yank trollin' self projectin' phagg monkey crap. ;-D There ya go, piece o' cake, ya dumb squeekin' drama Yank trollin' monkey. ;-)
Uh huh, yo' retarded Yank cohcksuckin' trashy phagg trollin' pinkish banana self tried to copy my lines in order to sound a bit smarter than a dumb self projectin' phagg maggot ya really are. ;-) Yet to no avail, & ya failed again & ya remain a dumb self projectin' Yank phagg trollin' thirsty azz maggot. ;-D
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Jun 21, 2013
 
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Maroons, you mean the Quilombos? When I get some time I want to ask about the Amazon forest Africa maroons and conflicts with the natives.
Well, it seems to me, ya already asked the Q. ;-D Sure, in BRA maroon settlements we call 'quilombos'. ;-) However,'quilombo' doesn't mean just settlement, the same way 'mocambo' doesn't mean a 'hut', no matter what literal translations says. ;-D A 'quilombo' can be as big as present Yank LA state, & in BRA it was as big, actually. Inside 'quilombo' smaller units are called 'mocambos'. Mocambo in BRA can be anythin' from a single hut to a small or bigger village, within any 'quilombo', obviously. ;-) In BRA (much less outside BRA), it happened, that within a maroon settlements there were several villages (mocambos), which were often broken based on racial/ethnic logic, w/ African, Amerindian, European & mixed 'mocambos'. Every mocambo was made od houses/families, & every mocambo had its own 'leader', & every leader from each mocambo within a single quilombo would usually choose/vote amnogst themselves a leader/king of 'quilombo'. ;-) Fightin' w/ Amerindians?! Yeah, it was a big problem, & it happened for the same reasons, Europeans were regularly attacked by enraged Amerindian nations. ;-) Both were seen as intruders & enemies that only brough diseases & problems to Amerindians & their lands. Ya have to realize, that even amongst European colonizers there were many 'SSA' military units, deployed by Portuguese, Spanish & Dutch imperial military command, or even French, in BRA, to hunt down Amerindians, in order to enslave 'em or simply to wipe 'em out. ;-) In the end, Amerindians stopped trustin' all foreigners. But there were many occasions were maroons in BRA traded goods for arms & other stuff w/ both Amerindian neighborin' nations & poor European & Asian settlers. ;-)
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Jun 21, 2013
 
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When it comes to S.American maroon communities in general, there's a prob of globalization. ;-) Most of maroon kids go to school, unless they put up a show for tourists, they dress up like kids around the world, use cell phones, surf the net, go to clubs, move to big cities, & some even leave their countries & move to Europe, ole Yankland, Asia, or richer & more developed S.American countries. ;-P In case of BRA, most leave their centuries old maroon communities & move to big BRA megalopolises. & overall, I reckon BRA maroons were/are historically the most (racially & ethnically) mixed maroons in L.America, & prolly in the world. Amerindian element is really strong & visible on BRA maroons' faces & their culture, but even some European as well. Colombian are surely more African, compared to BRA & Venezuelan maroons, & Guyanese (all three Guyanas) maroons are prolly the most (W.)African in L.America. ;-) They are even more African than Afro-Haitians. ;-D I'll show ya some Xamples. ;-)

- these are Surinamese (one a link or two there are even F.Guyanese maroons mixed in) maroons, & they're divided several historic groups. In their very sociocultural core are all very W.African (Togo & Ghana), but also have visible Amerindian & negligible colonial European influences. All Guyanas' maroon communities speak various English (or even French & Dutch) based creole langs, yet w/ Portuguese (oldest) layer. Sometimes I can even understand 'em a little bit through Portuguese. In general they mix(ed) in Portuguese, Spanish, French, Dutch, English & some W.African langs. ;-D 1st ya'll see their normal dances
h.ttp://youtu.be/u919Vl_vP8o
h.ttp://youtu.be/NfT_-UUqUzI

- & here come some Xtreme Guyanese (all three Guyanas) maroon practices. Many of which are heavily influenced by shamanic/secret/animist/spirit ual Amerindian practices in the reagion
h.ttp://youtu.be/WSnEpwnLQhs

- now attention here, these very Xtreme Guyanese maroon rituals & practices on the Voodoo level, are not to be copied by 'em kids or adults!!!! These peeps are Xperts, & know what they're doin'. They are chosen in their maroon communities, trained, in special spiritual condition, & its a part of their culture. Whoever tries to do what they are doin' will seriously GET HURT!! Just sayin' ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/qhhEjvCXhNc
h.ttp://youtu.be/SzrJQCLoZQ8
h.ttp://youtu.be/7s9GpAjA0EQ

- & finally, here we have Surinamese Amerindians, w/ some of their cultural heritage & dances/songs ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/rLqctxNlS8g

- & this is where that Guyanas' maroons''fire dance' comes from in W.Africa. Even the rhythm is basically the same, but not the costumes & dance ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/OPQAkvh4BCQ

Guyanas saw some approx. 300k W.African slaves imported durin' the TAS, & before the slavery was abolished. ;-)
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Xcept for Colombia, where Columbian maroons kept their separate cultural & ethnic identity compared to other Afro-Colombians, in Guyanas maroon communities were isolated from Afro-Guyanese creole communities. Thus in Guyanas one can see maroon opposed to creole cultures, whereas in Colombia it's 'palenque'(in BRA known as 'quilombo') vs other Afro-Colombian & creole cultures, & differences between these sounds combined w/ dances & visuals are clearly distinctive.'Maroon' bein' more African w/ some Amerindian elements compared to other Afro-diasporan & Afro-Latin creole cultures. ;-) In BRA, however, there's hardly any obvious distinction between maroon cultures, dances & rhythms, vs other Afro-BRA & creole cultures, dances & ehythms. ;-) & it's due to BRA centuries long history of miscegenation & interaction between various groups. & BRA maroon communities were one of the 1st to almost complitely integrate w/ their surroundings & regions, so it was a constant cultural Xchange & trade of goods w/ other nonmaroon groups, yet their identity & religion remained apart. ;-)

- here ya have Colombian maroons
h.ttp://youtu.be/tbHA1dPWZoo
h.ttp://youtu.be/YoIJU2zJC0A
h.ttp://youtu.be/Yk4fNSFefWE

- & here ya can compare 'em w/ Venezuelan nonmaroon rhythms
h.ttp://youtu.be/RvebRWbJXas
h.ttp://youtu.be/zG78xIcH0c8
h.ttp://youtu.be/djCdpSYkO8M

- but here ya have Venezuelan Voodoo rhythms & practices, similar or even blooddddier than in case of Guyanas' maroon communities. It's a mixture of Amerindian & African beliefs & rituals. Not to be copied or tried unless one wants to GET HURT, & badly!!!
h.ttp://youtu.be/LVsj3HuuxW4
h.ttp://youtu.be/Q3ZVgldwHOU
h.ttp://youtu.be/ddpAz5o-gGE

- in BRA ya'll often see maroon communities lookin' & soundin' similar to this. They go out dress up in a modern fashion, drive modern cars, m-bikes, live in big cities, & occasionally come back to put up a show for tourists & see their old(er) folks in the village ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/-AcN--yK1zg

- & very often, as a foreigner ya wun even realized that ya're walkin' through a real BRA 'quilombo' some hundred or more yrs old, only urbanized in a modern way w/ many small villages that used to be mocambos ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/0iZiN758DqA

Well then, here ya go, I hope it was a bit informative & funny to browse through links. ;-) Actually, the ole Yankland in many ways is a totally diff. world for us L.Americans, compared to our history, multitude of cultures & identities, religions, old rituals, our romance dialects, L.American rhythms & dances. It's all good, I reckon. ;-D
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Jun 26, 2013
 
Uru is now an official voodoo queen! I have no idea how he knows so much about underground witchcraft without being a practitioner himself. I bet he sacrifices chickens and puts spells on women/his exes! It's official, Brazil is in league with Satan himself!
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UruEuWauWau wrote:
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Xcept for Colombia, where Columbian maroons kept their separate cultural & ethnic identity compared to other Afro-Colombians, in Guyanas maroon communities were isolated from Afro-Guyanese creole communities. Thus in Guyanas one can see maroon opposed to creole cultures, whereas in Colombia it's 'palenque'(in BRA known as 'quilombo') vs other Afro-Colombian & creole cultures, & differences between these sounds combined w/ dances & visuals are clearly distinctive.'Maroon' bein' more African w/ some Amerindian elements compared to other Afro-diasporan & Afro-Latin creole cultures. ;-) In BRA, however, there's hardly any obvious distinction between maroon cultures, dances & rhythms, vs other Afro-BRA & creole cultures, dances & ehythms. ;-) & it's due to BRA centuries long history of miscegenation & interaction between various groups. & BRA maroon communities were one of the 1st to almost complitely integrate w/ their surroundings & regions, so it was a constant cultural Xchange & trade of goods w/ other nonmaroon groups, yet their identity & religion remained apart. ;-)
- here ya have Colombian maroons
h.ttp://youtu.be/tbHA1dPWZoo
h.ttp://youtu.be/YoIJU2zJC0A
h.ttp://youtu.be/Yk4fNSFefWE
- & here ya can compare 'em w/ Venezuelan nonmaroon rhythms
h.ttp://youtu.be/RvebRWbJXas
h.ttp://youtu.be/zG78xIcH0c8
h.ttp://youtu.be/djCdpSYkO8M
- but here ya have Venezuelan Voodoo rhythms & practices, similar or even blooddddier than in case of Guyanas' maroon communities. It's a mixture of Amerindian & African beliefs & rituals. Not to be copied or tried unless one wants to GET HURT, & badly!!!
h.ttp://youtu.be/LVsj3HuuxW4
h.ttp://youtu.be/Q3ZVgldwHOU
h.ttp://youtu.be/ddpAz5o-gGE
- in BRA ya'll often see maroon communities lookin' & soundin' similar to this. They go out dress up in a modern fashion, drive modern cars, m-bikes, live in big cities, & occasionally come back to put up a show for tourists & see their old(er) folks in the village ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/-AcN--yK1zg
- & very often, as a foreigner ya wun even realized that ya're walkin' through a real BRA 'quilombo' some hundred or more yrs old, only urbanized in a modern way w/ many small villages that used to be mocambos ;-)
h.ttp://youtu.be/0iZiN758DqA
Well then, here ya go, I hope it was a bit informative & funny to browse through links. ;-) Actually, the ole Yankland in many ways is a totally diff. world for us L.Americans, compared to our history, multitude of cultures & identities, religions, old rituals, our romance dialects, L.American rhythms & dances. It's all good, I reckon. ;-D
where did you study your magic? Can you turn into a jaguar?
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Uh huh, yo' retarded Yank cohcksuckin' trashy phagg trollin' pinkish banana self tried to copy my lines in order to sound a bit smarter than a dumb self projectin' phagg maggot ya really are. ;-) Yet to no avail, & ya failed again & ya remain a dumb self projectin' Yank phagg trollin' thirsty azz maggot. ;-D
why do you call me a "pink" banana uru? I'm yaller sure but why a banana? And bananas aren't pink they're yellow. Why not a golden retriever? Those are cute.

Why all the hate? Don't you respect women besides calling us names?
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I don't have to resort to going ghetto fabulous like uru calling uru names. I like to lead by the blood of Jesus and the bible says treat others as you would like to be treated. All i've said is that uru must be sexy and that he's kind of nuts/obsessed with me ever since i showed my tits but that's abt it. I've never disliked you or called you names Brazil. I've never discredited your arguments or followed you on threads. Where are you?
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Jul 9, 2013
 
uru...why don't you come over here and stop trying to be all freak nasty with me under the latin men/black women thread.
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Jul 10, 2013
 
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Uru is now an official voodoo queen! I have no idea how he knows so much about underground witchcraft without being a practitioner himself. I bet he sacrifices chickens and puts spells on women/his exes! It's official, Brazil is in league with Satan himself!
Dun call for the demons & the Satan unless ya wanna see how they smirk under the red moonlight as they reach for ya. Yo' Yank BS makes no sense as usual. ;-D
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where did you study your magic? Can you turn into a jaguar?
I've nuttin' to do w/ magic, mine's a religion. & I can surely turn into yo' worst nightmare, if the mood is right & time allowin' on my side. ;-D
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why do you call me a "pink" banana uru? I'm yaller sure but why a banana? And bananas aren't pink they're yellow. Why not a golden retriever? Those are cute.
Why all the hate? Don't you respect women besides calling us names?
Why?! Cause ya're one. ;-) In BRA we call yo' Yank bunch 'bananas', cause y'all are yellowish self hatin' Yank coon IVigger wannbes, while totally white & Anglo inside. ;-D No h8 on this side, only real talk. ;-) Women? Those sexy & smart ones were all I ever dreamt of, since I was born, all I ever dream of, all I'll ever dream of & have by my side as lovers, friends & partners. ;-D

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