2 days ago I started the discussion The Dumb African & His God and it rained hailstones on me. Everybody was hitting me left right and center. It was awesome. I just had to do a sequel. I'm crazy about sequels by the way. I liked all the responses, yes, even the really insulting ones. I mean, c'mon,gimme some credit,a guy doesnt expect to start a discussion on a sensitive topic like mine,and not be attacked by all of Western Humanity. Lol. I admit I generalized a lot,but we all do that in some way,if you really think about it. I have a lot of white friends, so obviously my opinion doesn't involve them. But if you're trying to make a point about something involving a group of people, you dont spend time listing the exceptions to the rule,for pete's sake. Its like this,if I say Hollywood flicks are corny. Any fella with half a brain knows Tarantino flicks are an exception. So just take a deep breath all y'all. Just cos U remember God,doesnt mean it counts for all of western civilization. Here Exits the Bigot.
Well since I am bored. I generalize a lot too. I have some black friends ( oh my bad, is this politically incorrect, lol) no seriously.
One of the most ridiculous conversations I had with a friend from Trinidad was about black people getting sun burnt. It was about as funny a conversation as you could get.
I was like, "yeah I had a black girlfriend named Regina. While out in Arizona, I asked her if she wanted to go out to the pool and get some sun. She was like, umm... Hell no, I don't want a sunburn.
I was like, dude, your black you don't get sun burnt and she was like, excuse me. You see this... she points to her skin... it's purple! What, you think cause I am black I can't get a sun burn...
Anyways, so I was telling my friend from Trinidad about it and he was like! Whaaaa!!! She's one crazy n*gga. Purple... lol.
At that time it was the hardest I had laughed in about a year and it still makes me laugh.
That doesn't make him the centre of attention again.
I think his first lesson here on hubpages is that it is not necessary to make up 3 different topics for the same conversation.
Dude, enough wasted space already. FYI: it's counterproductive.
If he's so desparate for attention that he'll seek it by being a racist idiot, more fool him
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