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    (Original post by mrsjenner)
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    (Original post by may_1)
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    They're not even edible dear lol
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    Liver, mushrooms, beans (I don't know anyone who find them gross, though?), lentils, dijon mustard (and mustard in general).
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    (Original post by mrsjenner)
    Indian Ocean damn where, Goa? Maldives? lol that is too tough (tough as in cool); I'm this :cool: Many people on here don't know about it because uncultured.
    Seychelles, I just consider myself mixed or creole, not many people know about islands.
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    Goshhhh I LOVE cherry tomatoes!!
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    Seychelles, I just consider myself mixed or creole, not many people know about islands.
    Ohhhh I know Creole, it's prominent in the west Indies as well. And so, ethnically, you're basically like...Malagasy...like Melanesian/Austronesian then?

    I study for personal pleasure the Malagasy/Melanesian/Malay/Polynesian people, beautiful group. :yy:
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    (Original post by mrsjenner)
    Ohhhh I know Creole, it's prominent in the west Indies as well. And so, ethnically, you're basically like...Malagasy...like Melanesian/Austronesian then?

    I study for personal pleasure the Malagasy/Melanesian/Malay/Polynesian people, beautiful group. :yy:
    I'd generally say mixed, back in Seychelles most people call themselves Creole other than expats but I have family who are like white, some black and some more South Asian looking.
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    I'd generally say mixed, back in Seychelles most people call themselves Creole other than expats but I have family who are like white, some black and some more South Asian looking.
    Lol that's exactly my blood line as well, mostly South Asian and some black, some white. It's bound to be mixing in island places :cool:

    Anyway Seychelles seems to mainly be African, Malagasy and South Asian mix, which makes sense considering its location. But apparently some people will have white French in them as well. Makes for a really nice looking, racially diverse place. I'll look more into it :yy:
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    Dark chocolate. :daydreaming:
    I love dark chocolate! :awesome:

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    (Original post by mrsjenner)
    Lol that's exactly my blood line as well, mostly South Asian and some black, some white. It's bound to be mixing in island places :cool:

    Anyway Seychelles seems to mainly be African, Malagasy and South Asian mix, which makes sense considering its location. But apparently some people will have white French in them as well. Makes for a really nice looking, racially diverse place. I'll look more into it :yy:
    There's some French somewhere based on like one side of my family but it's pretty far away to be relevant, one of my grandmother's is Scottish though and there's also quite a few people with white British mixed and there's also some who don't look very mixed at all or are like pure.

    I find people in the Uk aren't too used to it, so generally lighter-skinned people say I look black and darker-skinned people think I'm brown (or Asian).

    Really odd.
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    (Original post by Dinasaurus)
    There's some French somewhere based on like one side of my family but it's pretty far away to be relevant, one of my grandmother's is Scottish though and there's also quite a few people with white British mixed and there's also some who don't look very mixed at all or are like pure.

    I find people in the Uk aren't too used to it, so generally lighter-skinned people say I look black and darker-skinned people think I'm brown (or Asian).

    Really odd.
    Lighter skinned people will say you look black if you're not close enough to be called anything else. Darker skinned people can be haters and will refuse to call you black if you're not very dark with that kinda hair they usually have. So they'll be like f*ck that you ain't black, blah blah blah. And that's when mixed race people like a black parent and a white parent are stereotyped to be so stressed and confused and depressed and sh*t. :noway: That's why I come out the gate and say I have a black grandfather and the rest is Indian, so people get the sh*t straight. I don't claim or deny.

    But people think I'm North African initially. That's cool because I get pretty women and Arab mates with swagger.
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    Raw red onions. I eat them like crisps lol
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    Liver.
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    You know you're a foodie when you like all of the food mentioned
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    (Original post by KyleH123)
    Cheese quiche is amazing warm.
    I haven't had it in five years xD


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    Jk, it's broccoli. :indiff:
    Made me laugh XD
 
 
 
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