I told him we were going to have sex. He didnt believe me at first. Then I did a strip tease and we got it poppin'
I was under the impression that the issue people have with her is not that she's white and from the hood, it's her use of the n-word and her lackluster lyrics...
@ Melysa, Thanks for responding! especially to my question. I'll be reading and discussing.
Side Note: Although I enjoy reading CL's articles and everyone's opinions, i'm wondering what the real purpose of this column is. I mean, I thought it was supposed to be an advice column...are people no longer seeking advice regarding sex?
@Advocate, there are plenty of fat women, regardless of race who let their rolls hang out and still do not lack admirers. Don't fool yourself into believing that they are universally undesireable because they are not what YOU desire.
Aside from that, the health issue is relevant and more people, especially ethnic men and women, must take better care of themselves. But, it must also be noted that even if someone is healthy and fit, they still may not fit the standard of the height/weight charts in the doc's office. So overweight does not necessarily equal unhealthy.
Fake or not who cares!! Most "reality" shows are only based on what's real anyway. I love Gigolos and would book Vin in a heartbeat! I definitely find all the alleged girlfriends suspicious just because they look so phony. Nick is rude and detached in my opinion. And I hate that no one has told him to leave rapping alone...
It is a shame that people label themselves as Christians and then make a mockery of themselves and others who share belief in a higher power, by being so judgemental. I don't recall anyone making an issue of Kim's race. Only her sex life, which is none of our business and none of my concern. I am glad that Tyler Perry has found his own success. His movies, in my opinion, tend to be redundant in story line and outcome. Other than that, my biggest issue with the excerpted quotes from the website, is the atrocious use of grammar.
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