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    (Original post by Danny McCoyne)
    It's comical that you would question my ethnicity when your whole life is a never ending quest to appealing to our oppressors. I mean you changed the way you to speak in a bid to come across as less threatening. It's no secret that white people stereotype young black men who speak and dress in a certain way with coded labels such as urban and thuggish. I would love to hear how your siblings or even parents sound I bet that there would be a stark difference.
    His voice is beautiful, you racist.

    Although I suspect he MAY be putting it on or getting a friend to do it. Hear the giggles at the end?

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    Perhaps drop the 'likes'. They are for people with limited vocabulary.

    Other than that, your accent is good.
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    (Original post by Fruli)
    Perhaps drop the 'likes'. They are for people with limited vocabulary.

    Other than that, your accent is good.
    ok thank u mrs fruli
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    (Original post by Danny McCoyne)
    As a fellow black guy I'm slightly uncomfortable by the poshness of your accent. Why are you trying to emulate the way our oppressors speak?


    I'm very anti cultural assimilation, that is, we as black/brown people shouldn't succumb to being pressured to look and speak like our oppressors. For our girls this means not wearing wigs and weaves, for example, instead they should proudly flaunt their natural hair.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3591201

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    Did you spontaneously combust into a basic white girl after you ordered your overpriced pumpkin latte? And if you didn't even post a black and white 'indie' photo of it on Instagram, did you even actually have a Starbucks?

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