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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    a friend of mine thinks hes black (and he's really irish) and he got his ass kicked for, and i quote, "acting like a damn fool"...but he admired the stereotype and took it to far and people thought he was mocking black people.

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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    Well.......That's POV for ya! What one thinks is funny,another thinks is insulting......
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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    Wow... interesting thread.

    I have to say though, instead of mocking or admiration, what if non black people wear what they wear... because they like it? What if the black people who talk 'valley girlish' or whatever talk because they just simply like it?

    I mean about 70% of the highschool guys I went to school with wore loose fitting pants on and big tees - black white, asian, hispanic, indian. You could walk down a hall and pass a group of girls and hear "Oh my god!" and a couple "likes" and "whatever's" and half of them would be black.

    I just think that it depends on your enviroment and who you hang out with. Some may wear and say what they wear and say because of mocking/admiration, but they could also just be following the latest fashion trends or just simply like what they do. Another example. me, I have a habit of speaking gramatically correct around people who don't so often. I don't do it because I want to mock or show admiration to smarter kids, It just comes natural to me, ya know? Hope that made sense ^-^
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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    yes. i have the same problem. i am black and my friends talk slang and other junk but i prefer the english language and talk proper. some people call blacks that talk proper oreos and i think it's dumb. but your comment i have to say was quite right. covered the whole topic. but what if it isnt a trend what if they do it just to make fun of? that happened to me before.

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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    I haven't had people mocking me so I say admiring

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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    some ppl like to piss off others.................
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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    yes and i have to admit i sometimes give in. but i know im to intelligent to argue so i leave it.(SOMETIMES)

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    Re: mocking or admiring?

    It happens. You live, you learn. Make mistakes and move on.......
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