It's so awkward when people assume doing my hair is such a long process. Like takes me hours to have it looking flawless. Like it's such a hassle. Uh, I was born with this hair. I've had 26 years to learn how to master it, thanks. You see, what's a hassle is straightening it and keeping it straight. I typically don't work against my hair, but with it.
Speaking hair, don't fucking touch it. I never suddenly had the urge to touch straight hair out of curiosity simply because it's uncommon in my community. The nerve.
When people think you're that "safe black" to talk down about other blacks (usually those who are darker.) surprise! Incognito negro.
Just because you're a white man doesn't mean I need you to save me from my alleged poverty and poor dating choices. Quite the contrary. If your own women are avoiding you, I should probably do so as well.
Racial slurs are kind of weird in real life. I've had them thrown towards me but I carry myself like I'm greater than anyway. They seem to be from people who always had less than myself and my family. Weird. Probably pisses a lot of them off. (You know, "uppity blacks" and what not.)
Not the special unicorn blacks!
Lol there are so many of them that it's a mystery as to why they haven't found each other to tap dance towards the sunset.
Actually, no it's not. They don't want to be anything other than the special negro. Convinced that there couldn't possibly be other black people who like alternative music, anime and anything else stereotypically non-black.
I personally like to listen to hard core rap and hip hop while playing the Pokemon trading game game online. It relaxes me for a strategic battle.
I need a fucking shirt that says incognito negro