Tuesday, March 31, 2009
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Lakwisha: Thinkn of u. Hope all is well.
Me: Hey Lakwisha. Good to hear from you. Everything is cool. How are you?
Lakwisha: Good. Had surgery so I've had time 2 reach out and catch with old friends.
Me: Surgery? Wow. For What?
Lakwisha: Got the twins removed :) Much needed reduction.
For some reason when I read this text all I could think of was a scene of Superbad when Seth and Evan were talking about Keri Hutchins as she was walking her dog down the street.
Evan: I heard she got breast reduction surgery.
Seth: What? That's like slapping God across the face for giving you a beautiful gift.
Evan: She had back problems, man.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Thursday, March 19, 2009
*Shout out to Reecie for putting me on this video today*
Wednesday, March 18, 2009
Tuesday, March 17, 2009
This summer I want do to a lot of different things
Watch the temperatures do some dumb shit and drop back to the 40's next week. o_O
Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Sunday, March 8, 2009
I don't like bad hair weaves. Matter of fact I'd rather a woman not wear a weave and rock whatever she has (if she looks good then she's gonna look good regardless). But by no means do I share the opinions of dude in the video below. I don't have a problem with weaves when they are done right. Actually I think its cool that black women can switch it up sometimes. On the flip side if I see you in the streets then I shouldn't be able to tell that you have a weave. I shouldn't be able to see track lines. Your weave should be comparable to your actual hair color/texture.
So this is my PSA for the day. Women (white women you are not excluded, i.e-Britney Spears) if you are going to get a weave, please don't cut corners or try to be cost effective and end up getting a bad weave. Its just not a good look.
Thursday, March 5, 2009
“I’m kinda racist…I don’t like dark butts…You know how some women prefer
light skin men or dark skin men...It’s rare that I do dark butts – that’s what I
call dark skinned women…I [don’t date women] darker than me."
Things just got “better” from there as he went on to say, “I love the pool test. If you can jump in the pool exactly like you are and you don’t come out looking better than you looked before going in the pool – then that’s not a good look. Any woman that
uses brown gel to set down her baby hair is not poppin.”
Click for full article.
"A topic that is very dear to me and strikes me is African-Americans not
embracing their self as a whole. Ever since the early days of slavery, many
people have felt that their skin color is ugly. Time after time after time,
white people perception of superiority and desecration of the Africans skin
color has made for people to dismiss themselves as beautiful. When something is
black, it is dirty and has negative connotation and for white people to call us
that over four centuries, we start to believe it."