Is the phrase "once you go black you ...
AlmighyOne

Flint, MI

#121 Mar 17, 2012
I thought it was "once u go black,.we don't want u back".
Dude

Saint Louis, MO

#122 Mar 21, 2012
I think we should thank Blacks for taking all the fat & nasty white women off our hands. Its not like they get the hot ones.

Since: Jan 11

Saint Louis, MO

#123 Mar 22, 2012
Dude wrote:
I think we should thank Blacks for taking all the fat & nasty white women off our hands. Its not like they get the hot ones.
I think we should thank White guys for dating and marrying all of those asian women. There are a lot of skinny sexy white women willing to date and marry black guys.
larz

United States

#124 Mar 24, 2012
This is so silly!It doesn't matter if you are with a person of a different race today.Tomorrow you may be dating someone from another race.Being with an Asian woman today doesn't mean you will always date Asian women,and if you do,it's becacause you like them.That's it!The origin of the saying "once you go black you never go back" comes from the size of the penis.Due to generic facts,black men tend to have bigger penis than other men from other races.Just like black people tend to have some typical health problems,as white,yellow,....have their thing too.
larz

United States

#125 Mar 24, 2012
I am sorry to tell you that there are more white women that have been with black men than you believe.Some of them do it way far from home,because don't wanna be judged by the society we live in,and others do a one night stand,or away from family and friends.They go on trips to the Caribbean and they do have a lot of fun,and sometimes they even marry the black man they meet.Everyday you see more and more mixed couples.This is not the 50's no more,and you better call your wife and find out where she is right now,because I am a black man and at work I've been with married white women that they just wanted to find out what it feels to be with a black man.But now,they don't wanna stop!Believe me! Miami Beach,FL.
Ray

Saint Louis, MO

#126 Mar 24, 2012
No self respecting white would ever date a mudflap! A large number of coal burners are harrassed and killed by their monkey suitors anyway so they have no way 'go back' anyway.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#127 Mar 24, 2012
larz wrote:
I am sorry to tell you that there are more white women that have been with black men than you believe.Some of them do it way far from home,because don't wanna be judged by the society we live in,and others do a one night stand,or away from family and friends.They go on trips to the Caribbean and they do have a lot of fun,and sometimes they even marry the black man they meet.Everyday you see more and more mixed couples.This is not the 50's no more,and you better call your wife and find out where she is right now,because I am a black man and at work I've been with married white women that they just wanted to find out what it feels to be with a black man.But now,they don't wanna stop!Believe me! Miami Beach,FL.
Let me guess, they are all fat, or what a white man call's fat and their husband's don't find them sexually attractive any more. Call in a brother, sh>> they will even fu// each other! HOMO!
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#128 Mar 24, 2012
Brothers On The Down Low
WowThisIsCrazy

Saint Louis, MO

#129 Mar 26, 2012
This is exactly why people should stop watching so much TV. As a black woman that dates white men, has an amazing job, lovely home, no kids, and knows for a fact that the d!(k stereotype is b/s. Race is not that important. I don't care what others choose to do as long as it doesn't impede on me enjoying my life. All people are not alike. My background was not troubled, just as all whie people don't have privileged backgrounds. I choose a person based on how they treat me, and if we have the same interests we can work towards something and see what happens. The main problem I find with dating another race is lack of confidence, or insecurity. Which I don't have the patience for. If you can keep up with my lifestyle, and we can enjoy each others company life will be good. And that is all people should seek from a mate - good times, and compatibility.

Although I do wonder: Do white women exile or not want white men back when they have dated a black woman?
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#130 Mar 26, 2012
WowThisIsCrazy wrote:
This is exactly why people should stop watching so much TV. As a black woman that dates white men, has an amazing job, lovely home, no kids, and knows for a fact that the d!(k stereotype is b/s. Race is not that important. I don't care what others choose to do as long as it doesn't impede on me enjoying my life. All people are not alike. My background was not troubled, just as all whie people don't have privileged backgrounds. I choose a person based on how they treat me, and if we have the same interests we can work towards something and see what happens. The main problem I find with dating another race is lack of confidence, or insecurity. Which I don't have the patience for. If you can keep up with my lifestyle, and we can enjoy each others company life will be good. And that is all people should seek from a mate - good times, and compatibility.
Although I do wonder: Do white women exile or not want white men back when they have dated a black woman?
I can tell you that I have dated some black women and I find black women attractive just like some white women, asian women, and hispanic women. I am a muscular white man and I have taken black women out in public and had black men give me some evil looks and mumble crap under their breath. I am friends with many black men and I only attack back verbally on these posts because some of the black men posting on here attack white men. If people just dated who they liked regardless of color and weren't trying to verbally one up our race and try and put us down by making comments about white men's masculinity, penis size, etc, I wouldn't be making the comments back that I have. I don't hate black people but if you attack me, I will attack back. Maybe childish, but it is what it is. I am a man too and I will defend myself if attacked. To you black dudes, most white men are not afraid of you, you perceive that in your mind. If a white man sees a group of black men approaching him with what looks like the intent to harm, then hell yeah they are going to be afraid, just like a black man seeing a bunch of white dudes approaching with what looks like is the intent to harm, would be just as scared. I don't care if a black man dates a white woman or vice versa just don't put me down in the process. Just say I like him or I like her, when you highlight the color of the person so much, it makes it racial, whether that is your intent of not. Unless you are stating how pretty a black person's skin is or a particular feature that they may pertain that is common among their race, and no not the penis size, pretty much anything else is kind of a hidden put down to the other race's. Don't make it racial and it won't be. Don't tell me how superior you are in bed or that white men won't defend their women, that is b.s. I have always defended my woman and am not afraid to look a black man in the eye and tell him what's up if necessary. I can tell you I managed a store in a predominantly black area and I have a shaved head and am muscular, you don't think I was stereotyped every day as skinhead? "You look like that dude in American History X", from people who never gave a moment to try and talk to me, assuming I hated all black people and am violent towards them. Works both ways.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#131 Mar 26, 2012
Did it ever occur to you black men that make these posts that you may cause some unnecessary racial violence by making some of these posts? You are no better than the rednecks on here that call you a mudshark(whatever that means) or any of the other racist comments made. It makes this white man angry, don't generalize about us if you don't want us to generalize about you. I don't speak for a all white people and you don't speak for all blacks.
WowThisisCrazy

Saint Louis, MO

#132 Mar 27, 2012
@whatitis, well, I can totally agree, that just like blacks are prejudged, so are whites, its not right but it's the truth. Fact is, people need to comfortable within themselves about their relationships and their capability to be a good mate to someone else, especially if its interracial. Outsiders can say what they want, but my happiness will not be determined by another person's ignorance When I have ended a relationship it usually never stems from race. I've gotten the looks and nasty comments from both sides, but I have noticed that white women don't exile their men for dating outside the race (and I have seen the same from black women), unlike white men and yes, even black men. I just attribute the response to a male and female thing, rather than race. But I have heard white men admit to embarrassment for being with a black women, or having a certain reserve when disclosing that information. Which makes no sense at all if that is what makes you happy. And no one can blame you for defending yourself. As a nurse practitioner I have had patients assume that I have 5 kids (despite the fact that I am only 127lbs - often smaller than my white counterparts), I live on goverment assistance, live in an appartment, have an SUV in someone else's name, and lucked into this job through affirmative action or something. My hair is naturally colored and is mine, yet even that seems stranage to some. I won't hesitate to defend myself because some people don't realize that what you see on TV and News or in a bad neighborhood (that in most cases I have never seen - because not all black people live and grow up in the same bad neighborhoods), or through someone elses bias, and likely tainted assumptions, only accounts for a small fraction of a single group. Sad part is, they think I'm the minority of my race. Yet taking a few minutes to get to know me would easily fix that belief. At any rate, no one knows what you do but the people that deal with you, and somethimes just saying hi, or being friendly can curb the assumptions that someone else has. And I constantly experience that fact as well.
I like your comments and hope that the stupidity here isn't the norm for you or anyone else. We all have to work toward changing the perception that holds each us back.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#133 Mar 27, 2012
WowThisisCrazy wrote:
@whatitis, well, I can totally agree, that just like blacks are prejudged, so are whites, its not right but it's the truth. Fact is, people need to comfortable within themselves about their relationships and their capability to be a good mate to someone else, especially if its interracial. Outsiders can say what they want, but my happiness will not be determined by another person's ignorance When I have ended a relationship it usually never stems from race. I've gotten the looks and nasty comments from both sides, but I have noticed that white women don't exile their men for dating outside the race (and I have seen the same from black women), unlike white men and yes, even black men. I just attribute the response to a male and female thing, rather than race. But I have heard white men admit to embarrassment for being with a black women, or having a certain reserve when disclosing that information. Which makes no sense at all if that is what makes you happy. And no one can blame you for defending yourself. As a nurse practitioner I have had patients assume that I have 5 kids (despite the fact that I am only 127lbs - often smaller than my white counterparts), I live on goverment assistance, live in an appartment, have an SUV in someone else's name, and lucked into this job through affirmative action or something. My hair is naturally colored and is mine, yet even that seems stranage to some. I won't hesitate to defend myself because some people don't realize that what you see on TV and News or in a bad neighborhood (that in most cases I have never seen - because not all black people live and grow up in the same bad neighborhoods), or through someone elses bias, and likely tainted assumptions, only accounts for a small fraction of a single group. Sad part is, they think I'm the minority of my race. Yet taking a few minutes to get to know me would easily fix that belief. At any rate, no one knows what you do but the people that deal with you, and somethimes just saying hi, or being friendly can curb the assumptions that someone else has. And I constantly experience that fact as well.
I like your comments and hope that the stupidity here isn't the norm for you or anyone else. We all have to work toward changing the perception that holds each us back.
I hear you to a certain degree and I will even say that I have been guilty to having preconceived notions about someone because they are black but I don't agree that all white people assume you are uneducated and live in the projects. I know a lot of very educated black people, especially women, so it's not out of my realm of thinking that I might assume you were educated if I saw you. It would be dependent on how you were dressed, how you spoke, and how you carried yourself that would determine how I might judge you from first glance. I think that you assume that, and there's is a pretty good past that could make you think that way and I can understand, but do you ever think sometimes those thoughts may be in your head, and if someone does make rude comments to you that it may be they are having a bad day, a hateful person in general, and may have nothing to do with race at all? White people have to walk on eggshells sometimes around black people because any perceived misconceptions may be considered a racial attack. I have heard black people at other jobs say a manager didn't like black people, but usually the one's who said that didn't give a crap about their jobs and it showed. That's not racial, that's a crappy worker that needs to go. It goes both ways. I think black women are beautiful and many carry themselves with a lot of class, so there is one white person you are wrong about. I don't look down on them. I seem to be more judgemental about black men and I shouldn't, I'm just saying. Although some of you black women are overly critical and controlling, just saying again.
WowThisIsCrazy

Saint Louis, MO

#134 Mar 29, 2012
whatitis wrote:
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I hear you to a certain degree and I will even say that I have been guilty to having preconceived notions about someone because they are black but I don't agree that all white people assume you are uneducated and live in the projects. I know a lot of very educated black people, especially women, so it's not out of my realm of thinking that I might assume you were educated if I saw you. It would be dependent on how you were dressed, how you spoke, and how you carried yourself that would determine how I might judge you from first glance. I think that you assume that, and there's is a pretty good past that could make you think that way and I can understand, but do you ever think sometimes those thoughts may be in your head, and if someone does make rude comments to you that it may be they are having a bad day, a hateful person in general, and may have nothing to do with race at all? White people have to walk on eggshells sometimes around black people because any perceived misconceptions may be considered a racial attack. I have heard black people at other jobs say a manager didn't like black people, but usually the one's who said that didn't give a crap about their jobs and it showed. That's not racial, that's a crappy worker that needs to go. It goes both ways. I think black women are beautiful and many carry themselves with a lot of class, so there is one white person you are wrong about. I don't look down on them. I seem to be more judgemental about black men and I shouldn't, I'm just saying. Although some of you black women are overly critical and controlling, just saying again.
Fortunately for most, I rarely ever attribute anything to race. I have just noticed that a bad day, can surface your true feelings. Most of my white friends have never attributed their conversation to their personal perception of me, but rather a TV show they saw. Honestly, I work hard to eliminate the common perceptions that black women in particular, are lazy, have attitudes, or want to control people. I only want to control myself, and I eliminate any issue's that lead to the contrary. The lady I was speaking of, simply did not want me to aid her because she was openly racist. I can accept a lot of behavior, but I refuse to be profiled out of ignorance. I come to work on time, I do my job well, and have reaped the benefits through frequent promotions, and various job offers. I treat people the way I want to b treated. And if I am having a bad day, that will not be something I project on another person. No one should have to deal with my frustration, because things are not going my way. I reserve my need to express my anger contructively with those I trust that can understand or relate to my feelings, and move on. Simple as that. Often the things I consider to be non-race related, others (even white people) think diffently. Not to mention people are so pre-convinced that issues amoung different races are a race issue that it is their first assumption. In my opinion if your walking on eggshells, it's because what your saying or doing, is with malice, ignorance, or the like, and maybe shouldn't be done in the first place. Contrary to popular belief, black people are not that sensitive. For example, I worked with a girl who never walked on eggshells. I bought a new car and commented that she didn't know I could afford a new car, and joked that I might not have the credit to do something like that. Essentially she was rude like that to everyone, not because of race, but because her people skills were terrible. She often made out-of-line comments to everyone not realizing how rude it was. She was typically a loner, and never understood why people confronted her or simply ignored her. She was later reported and fired. While everyone wanted me to scream race, I didn't want to be involved - that was normal for her. She was clearly raised that way and didn't know any better.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#135 Mar 29, 2012
WowThisIsCrazy wrote:
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Fortunately for most, I rarely ever attribute anything to race. I have just noticed that a bad day, can surface your true feelings. Most of my white friends have never attributed their conversation to their personal perception of me, but rather a TV show they saw. Honestly, I work hard to eliminate the common perceptions that black women in particular, are lazy, have attitudes, or want to control people. I only want to control myself, and I eliminate any issue's that lead to the contrary. The lady I was speaking of, simply did not want me to aid her because she was openly racist. I can accept a lot of behavior, but I refuse to be profiled out of ignorance. I come to work on time, I do my job well, and have reaped the benefits through frequent promotions, and various job offers. I treat people the way I want to b treated. And if I am having a bad day, that will not be something I project on another person. No one should have to deal with my frustration, because things are not going my way. I reserve my need to express my anger contructively with those I trust that can understand or relate to my feelings, and move on. Simple as that. Often the things I consider to be non-race related, others (even white people) think diffently. Not to mention people are so pre-convinced that issues amoung different races are a race issue that it is their first assumption. In my opinion if your walking on eggshells, it's because what your saying or doing, is with malice, ignorance, or the like, and maybe shouldn't be done in the first place. Contrary to popular belief, black people are not that sensitive. For example, I worked with a girl who never walked on eggshells. I bought a new car and commented that she didn't know I could afford a new car, and joked that I might not have the credit to do something like that. Essentially she was rude like that to everyone, not because of race, but because her people skills were terrible. She often made out-of-line comments to everyone not realizing how rude it was. She was typically a loner, and never understood why people confronted her or simply ignored her. She was later reported and fired. While everyone wanted me to scream race, I didn't want to be involved - that was normal for her. She was clearly raised that way and didn't know any better.
So you are going to tell me that you have never been stressed and snapped at anyone? Hmmm. I'm not talking racial at that point, I am saying you are not human then. I should be praying to you instead of God if you have never done something like that. I find that hard to believe because I am a boss and snapped at employees before, not saying anything ignorant, but certainly snapped at them and it may have been out of my normal character. That's what I am talking about when I say I have had to walk on eggshells sometimes around people of another race. I wouldn't say anything ever about someone's appearance, color, or anything like that ever. I am just saying I am a boss and I have had situations where we have had deadlines to meet and I have had to be hard on people to make sure things get done in a timely manner, and yes, in situations like that before, what I may have done or said was misconstrued as racial, because that person felt like I was riding them because of color, when I just need to get things done. I am not a racist, but I have prejudged before. However, I don't generally character a whole race based on the actions of a few. I do feel that black women are sometimes controlling and very critical and I think it maybe somewhat part of black culture. I don't talk to every black woman and assume she is going to be that way but you can't tell me there can't be seen a little bit of the stereotypes for every race in some of the people. I am not attacking black women, I am just stating maybe because of some of the hardships placed among black people and black women especially, that is how many learned to get by.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#136 Mar 29, 2012
I think some stereotypes can be seen in every race and ethnicity, some of those are what make some of those people special. I don't think any race is inherently bad or less than another. Every person has something to bring to the table.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#137 Mar 29, 2012
Wowthisiscrazy, I like your opinions and you seem like you are a good person. I would probably date you in a heartbeat, but I don't do computer hookup stuff, too weird and unnatural for me. The way you verbalize your feelings is attractive and you have an open mind and that's a good thing. When I have dated black women and they made such a big deal about the racial difference it became a big turnoff because then it wasn't about them liking me, it was about doing something I feel they thought was rebellious or taboo. I want someone to like me for me, not because I stand for some taboo experience for them. I am not doing it to make some statement out in public.
whatitis

Saint Louis, MO

#138 Mar 29, 2012
And I only get angry with black men because being that I have been an athletic person my whole life, whenever I have competed against black men, I have heard the stereotypes and the animal in me makes me want to challenge them because of their comments. I know that is wrong and I try not to be that way, but my masculine side has caused me to get into some fights with black men because I felt my manhood was challenged. I realize how childish it is, but I am a man and sometimes can't help myself.
miseur troll

Langley, Canada

#140 Sep 2, 2012
Did u know no one gives a shit bout penis sizes.
.. & trolololll 2 u 2
David Duke

Belleville, IL

#141 Sep 3, 2012
truthteller25 wrote:
<quoted text>They also say that once you sleep with a white women, you better get ready to get charged for rape.
what's wrong with that you monkey

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