Imaprayforyou

Evansville, IN

#48 Jan 7, 2013
I don't understand why if these women are "stained" and their men are worthless why do to care what they do? If you don't like these type women can you not just avoid them unless contact is unavoidable? I live my life for me and mine and could careless what others think. If a white women with braids is the only thing in your life you have to worry about then i feel sorry for you. I can list a hundred things that people in general do that i feel is wrong but who am i to judge. Its 2013 get yourselves together first
bolbobaggins

Yuma, AZ

#49 Jan 7, 2013
White girls wanting to be black, known as wiggers.
wow

Evansville, IN

#50 Jan 7, 2013
Have any of you watched Honey BooBoo show? They all sound ghetto as hell and act it also funny thing is there are no blacks at all on there. The same goes for the Turtle Man and Swamp people again all white shows...I hear whites around here talk like that but they wanna be black...i don't understand that one
LikeItLikeThat

United States

#51 Jan 7, 2013
I am a successful whiteman and enjoy being white, but I LOVE the BLACK BOOTY!!!!
Wow

Indianapolis, IN

#53 Jan 7, 2013
I learn something new everyday on Topix. "Stained" white women?! Wow! I'm too through with this!
J Bynum

Indianapolis, IN

#54 Jan 7, 2013
Fashionchic wrote:
@You Know What
I won't call it a stain but "aura" yes. I use to hang with some White chicas who only dated Black men and yes you could look at them and tell. Their bodies were a little thicker but they still had "White girl" shapes, it was only 1 who was built "black like" Anyway they thought all Black men preferred White women over Black women and would treat them like queens. I use to tell them to not buy what the media is trying to sell them because it isn't real life.
I remember we would be in the club and that Kanye Golddigger song would come on and when it got to the part "leave your ass for a White girl" they would never sing that line in front of me. I told them it doesn't matter because any Black man I want, I can have and none of them are a threat to me. Fast forward 5 yrs later and 2 of them are baby mamas to their Black babydaddies and the other had a baby but gave it up for adoption. 1 of them is still bartending like she was, the other is a massage therapist barely getting by, and the 3rd works in retail making barely over minimum wage and lives at another girls house.
So where are their "Black" men that was going to buy them Mercedes and put them up in mansions because they're White? They use to mess with NFL & NBA dudes too but wasn't getting anything. Once I got with my husband who is a successful Black man, they distanced themselves from me. Which wasn't a surprise because I killed the stereotype they had in their head that a Black successful men don't want Black women.
White girls better stop believing the hype, most Black men still and will always prefer their own.
I'm glad you mentioned this because around here, they DO fall for the hype and fantasy, getting themselves caught up in the wrong mindset. When the kid gloves come off and they see the real deal for themselves, it's the Black men's fault and not their own. They find out the hard way that stereotype and reality are two different things.
Really

Boonville, IN

#55 Jan 8, 2013
announcement wrote:
<quoted text>
Would you like me wear an N or B on my forehead? I don't get asked what color my husband is. Dumb people kill me.
Yes I am sure you kill yourself a lot... I didn't ask if your coworkers asked you what nationality your husband was. I really wasn't asking to be a smart ass, but maybe you haven't been on your job very long. I am just saying it seems to me you would have showed a coworker male or female a pic of you and your husband your kids anything. My coworkers and I share pics all the time, once in a while double date out to lunch, or what have you. My husband is a white man, and some of my coworkers know this without me having to broadcast it. I just find it funny that NO one at your place of employment knows your husband is black...ijs seems a little odd.
Woman

Burbank, IL

#56 Jan 9, 2013
A man is going to be man all day....and if u got a hole he will f**k no matter what race u are. Ghetto is ghetto it has no color. I live in bradford pointe apts and its a hot ghetto mess out there and its a lot of single white females w\ mix children. No jobs, on section 8, food stamps, f**kin each others "baby daddies" and etc. I'm a blk woman and they don't act like me at all. I'm none of those things and neither is my freinds. Idk why white women think that blk man perfer them over blk women? My man is blk and so is all my friends man so idk what y'all talkin bout.
CoCo

United States

#57 Jan 10, 2013
I'm white and would never wanna be black.
smartness

Evansville, IN

#58 Jan 10, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Yes I am sure you kill yourself a lot... I didn't ask if your coworkers asked you what nationality your husband was. I really wasn't asking to be a smart ass, but maybe you haven't been on your job very long. I am just saying it seems to me you would have showed a coworker male or female a pic of you and your husband your kids anything. My coworkers and I share pics all the time, once in a while double date out to lunch, or what have you. My husband is a white man, and some of my coworkers know this without me having to broadcast it. I just find it funny that NO one at your place of employment knows your husband is black...ijs seems a little odd.
I have worked there seven years. We change managers alot and employees come and go. You sound like I need to blurt it out to everyone. I don't know my co workers family situations. I don't ask and I don't see but two of them on a daily basis. The one girl who has been there longer than me knows it. All my friends know it, all my relatives know it. I am 45 and double dating might be out of my age bracket. I was commenting to the guy that said white girls have a stain. I said my customers don't know it. You think I should wear a pin all next week with my husband's picture?? Worrying about the wrong thing, once again.
smartness

Evansville, IN

#59 Jan 10, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>Yes I am sure you kill yourself a lot... I didn't ask if your coworkers asked you what nationality your husband was. I really wasn't asking to be a smart ass, but maybe you haven't been on your job very long. I am just saying it seems to me you would have showed a coworker male or female a pic of you and your husband your kids anything. My coworkers and I share pics all the time, once in a while double date out to lunch, or what have you. My husband is a white man, and some of my coworkers know this without me having to broadcast it. I just find it funny that NO one at your place of employment knows your husband is black...ijs seems a little odd.
By the way, I never kill myself.
Really

Boonville, IN

#60 Jan 12, 2013
smartness wrote:
<quoted text>
I have worked there seven years. We change managers alot and employees come and go. You sound like I need to blurt it out to everyone. I don't know my co workers family situations. I don't ask and I don't see but two of them on a daily basis. The one girl who has been there longer than me knows it. All my friends know it, all my relatives know it. I am 45 and double dating might be out of my age bracket. I was commenting to the guy that said white girls have a stain. I said my customers don't know it. You think I should wear a pin all next week with my husband's picture?? Worrying about the wrong thing, once again.
You should really learn to read and comprehend! I am going to say this and move on, this convo really deserves no more of my energy. The point to my opinion was not for you to broadcast anything, but you would have figured that out by now if you knew how to comprehend what you read.I get it now you have made yourself very clear. Some people at your job do know that you are married to a black man they just all happen to be women... imagine that. Now in reality it does not really matter to me who at your place of employment knows the race of your significant other, I do happen to have a life. All I did was state my opinion, I have already said my statement was not meant to be a "smart ass" response, but oh well that's neither here nor there. The fact that you couldn't say how you felt without name calling tells me your maturity level does not fit your age. I only found it odd no one knew of your black spouse because like I said my coworkers and I have shared pics of our family's like a family pic or pic of my children. That's it. My father was married to a white woman for several years, and she never had to write a "N" or a "B" on her forehead for others to find out. I can remember he took her flowers to her job for her birthday, took her lunch one day. These are things that have happened by chance not because she broadcast it. Like I said for you to have been on a job for 7 years and no one to know that is odd. I guess no holiday parties, picnics or anything. Any way I am sure you still don't get it. Anyway I do think the fact that you would say should "I wear and N or B" on my forehead is a little disrespectful. By the way I do not feel that white women have dated black men are "stained" I do feel as though some people are stereotyping these females. As if to say all white women who are or have been involved with a black man behave a certain type of way. Just like black folks are stereotyped in way to say we are all ghetto and on food stamps. Even though this is true for Some black people, this is not true for all. Just like some white women who have or are involved with black men do behave a certain way, but not All.
notheydont

Evansville, IN

#61 Jan 12, 2013
Really wrote:
<quoted text>You should really learn to read and comprehend! I am going to say this and move on, this convo really deserves no more of my energy. The point to my opinion was not for you to broadcast anything, but you would have figured that out by now if you knew how to comprehend what you read.I get it now you have made yourself very clear. Some people at your job do know that you are married to a black man they just all happen to be women... imagine that. Now in reality it does not really matter to me who at your place of employment knows the race of your significant other, I do happen to have a life. All I did was state my opinion, I have already said my statement was not meant to be a "smart ass" response, but oh well that's neither here nor there. The fact that you couldn't say how you felt without name calling tells me your maturity level does not fit your age. I only found it odd no one knew of your black spouse because like I said my coworkers and I have shared pics of our family's like a family pic or pic of my children. That's it. My father was married to a white woman for several years, and she never had to write a "N" or a "B" on her forehead for others to find out. I can remember he took her flowers to her job for her birthday, took her lunch one day. These are things that have happened by chance not because she broadcast it. Like I said for you to have been on a job for 7 years and no one to know that is odd. I guess no holiday parties, picnics or anything. Any way I am sure you still don't get it. Anyway I do think the fact that you would say should "I wear and N or B" on my forehead is a little disrespectful. By the way I do not feel that white women have dated black men are "stained" I do feel as though some people are stereotyping these females. As if to say all white women who are or have been involved with a black man behave a certain type of way. Just like black folks are stereotyped in way to say we are all ghetto and on food stamps. Even though this is true for Some black people, this is not true for all. Just like some white women who have or are involved with black men do behave a certain way, but not All.
No company picnics, parties, or meetings. I don't recall calling you any names so???? I do get it. I work only with one man and he works in a different area. He doesn't discuss his family with me so I should share with him, why?? It is not the kind of job where someone can just show up and see you. I don't think you get it, but it's ok. I don't believe that all black people are on foodstamps, in fact it's not even close to the truth. I just wanted to make my point that there is no stain.
What

Duluth, GA

#62 Jan 12, 2013
I dont think there is anything wrong with a white girl who wants to walk to the grocery store everyday...and a black man is the ticket!
wow

Evansville, IN

#63 Jan 12, 2013
whytegurl wrote:
Pepper ugly a**, amber husk nasty a**, all the white girls on da south
how do know Amber...whats nasty about her? Aint she pregnant?
meh

Evansville, IN

#64 Jan 13, 2013
wow wrote:
Have any of you watched Honey BooBoo show? They all sound ghetto as hell and act it also funny thing is there are no blacks at all on there. The same goes for the Turtle Man and Swamp people again all white shows...I hear whites around here talk like that but they wanna be black...i don't understand that one
That's not "talking black", that's talking redneck. The lines between black and redneck slang are a bit blurred at times due to them both having their roots in the south.
above the bs

Chicago, IL

#65 Jan 15, 2013
wow wrote:
<quoted text>
how do know Amber...whats nasty about her? Aint she pregnant?
they dont...they jus hate on bitches that are better than them. Lmao. Fkn lames.
wow

United States

#66 Jan 16, 2013
meh wrote:
<quoted text>
That's not "talking black", that's talking redneck. The lines between black and redneck slang are a bit blurred at times due to them both having their roots in the south.
That is true the point is if you hear a white person in general talking like that around here ppl assume they want to be black and judge without knowing were they come from. same hours for certain styles if hair and dress
Juju

Indianapolis, IN

#68 Mar 20, 2013
smdh

Vincennes, IN

#69 Mar 21, 2013
Im white and brrn wit my man for almost 2 years and he is black. He wrks 50+ hours a wedk as do I. My kids are white. I could never ask for a more caring, understanding, and loving individual. And I dont try to be anything but myself.

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