lol might aswell post mine too
I want brownies :(
"new black", "post racial"
Niggas will be calling themselves a “Transcendent black”
How about this. If you can confidently go up to a group of Black folk every week, just a random group of Black folk, and say “Wassup my niggas,” and they don’t react, then I say say whatever you want.
But if you feel like you can’t do that, then don’t fucking do it.
It is as simple as that, I feel like.
But to answer your question bluntly, no you should not say it.
The fact that you feel hesitant to say it should answer your question.
I will never understand the obsession with non blacks wanting a certificate to say nigga.
no but what pisses me off is when parents dont let boys and girls hang out as friends like especially when it comes to sleepovers
like no i dont want his dick in me i want to sit on my floor and throw board game pieces at him when i lose
finally someone said it
Meet and Greet
white people willingly refrain from throwing around ‘voldemort’ but start a earthquake when they’re told ‘n-gga’ isn’t for them
White people won’t say Beetlejuice 3 times but say “nigga” like it ain’t nothing
White people scared to say Bloody Mary, but will look at a black person with no fear and say nigga
Competitors for the Carnival Queen title rehearsing at Holborn Hall, Gray’s Inn Road, London.
The first Caribbean Carnival (the precursor to Notting Hill Carnival) was held in St Pancras Town Hall in January 1959.
Contenders for the role of Carnival Queen rehearsing for the first Caribbean Carnival, London, January 1959. Photographer Chris Ware.
Faye Craig was crowned “Carnival Queen” and won a trip to carnival in Trinidad the following year.
There were 12 contestants, all from the UK’s West Indian community - 6 Jamaicans, 6 Trinidadians, 1 from British Guiana and 1 Vincentian. From left to right, Fay Craig, Faye Sparkes, Charmain Ourre, Shirley Robinson, June Allison Bailey, Beryl Cunningham, Ronia Richards, Carlita Callymore, Monica Dwyer and Terez Wiggins.
The beauty contest was championed by Claudia Jones, a leading Black political activist, founder and editor of the West Indian Gazette, and ‘Mother of Notting Hill Carnival’. Claudia Jones was also a supporter of beauty and hairdressing salons run by West Indian women and insisted that the West India Gazette carry beauty tips as way to communicate to a female audience the goals of Black self-realisation and valuing Black women’s beauty.
"this was before the Black Power Days. This was well before we all knew that we were beautiful. We might not have know it, but she knew, and she started this beauty contest." - Corinne Skinner Carter
Someone’s hair will always be longer
Someone’s eyes will always be lighter
Someone’s fashion will always consist of more expense clothes
Someone’s muscles will always be more defined
Someone’s body will always be more well-endowed
But that doesn’t make them better than you.
ok they’re cute.