most of my friends that are girls are Asians and their really hyper i mean there's nothing wrong with that just want to know why kind of an awkward question. = P
Most of my girlfriends are white and they are not settle yet what do think it could, i always thought they the marrying kind or at least dateable. What's up with that?
Actully thereason is their atmosphere and mainly they are born and bought within their family.they are giving advice and ideas and what they needed whilw they studying.it will form in their character.so asia girl become smart
In certain forums, a post like this would make me think Stormfront. Any hubs in progress renidaoneonly?
i didn't know either.
and i don't know why:
they are? i didn't know that. well i know in most japanese anime girls are often portrayed with hyperactive personalities. even the ones that are shy or serious tend to be a bit hyper when it comes to showing emotion. maybe asian girls do it in real life to emulate the stereotype of what their media feeds them. not too dissimilar to how girls in the usa dress premiscouisly to emulate the models they see on tv. of course i could be wrong, but it's just a theory.
by the way, im half chinese, so if anyone here says im a racist for saying that, im not. get over it. its just an opinion.
I think a lot of people, especially younger ones, just tend to be really hyper...I've been really hyper most of my life, and to my knowledge there's not a drop of Asian blood in me .
As for US girls dressing promiscuously...I don't even wear cap sleeves in public, it feels too exposed . Okay, I know I'm more the exception, and on average there is a point there.
Im young and asian. I am not really hyper at all, but outgoing. IS that what you mean?
My asian friends aren't either but I can understand where the stereotype would come from.
I'm Chinese, and I'm definitely laid back. You'd have to prod me with a hot iron to get me hyper. Or a few espressos would do the trick too....
prettydarkhorse, I dont think slow is the right word to describe you......perhaps very prettydarkhorse....lightly spanked....but no stirred....
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