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    I prefer black to white. I'm Asian. I like Asian the most >
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    (Original post by Josb)
    https://unsafeharbour.files.wordpres...malesender.jpg
    http://cdn.okccdn.com/blog/raceattr/scores2009.png?v=1

    I think people think these relationships are widespread because we notice them more in the streets, whilst we pay no attention to the thousands of couples of the same race.
    Those statistics r from the u.s
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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    Those statistics r from the u.s
    So? New York and Los Angeles are even more multicultural than London.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    seriously? a lot of girls tend to avoid that race the most

    me included, sorry but i'm just not attracted to them
    why are they ugly
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    (Original post by Michiyo)
    You and I both. My order of skin colours I find most attractive is basically:

    1. White and Southeastern Asian
    2. Latino
    3. Any other darker brown (Middle Eastern, etc)
    4. Black

    I like them pale :ahee:

    Of course, if I fell in love with a black guy, I would not care, but as a general rule, that tends to be how attractive I find people. Not that it matters much; other factors like personality, behaviour, and intelligence matter way more :yep:
    South east Asians don't have pale skin..?
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    (Original post by Josb)
    So? New York and Los Angeles are even more multicultural than London.
    So it don't apply to the uk dummy, black and south Asians are perceived differently in the U.S and uk. Orientals have been in the USA for ages where as most the orientals here are first or second generation. And yes that makes a difference, as each generation loses their native traditions as time goes by and follow that of the country they live in
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    (Original post by Zargabaath)
    poonani
    Lmao
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    eww! YOU GUYS JUST RUINED THESE FOODS FOR ME

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    Oh you saucy senorita. :devil:
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    ^ was me
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    (Original post by Ribbit1234)
    So it don't apply to the uk dummy, black and south Asians are perceived differently in the U.S and uk. Orientals have been in the USA for ages where as most the orientals here are first or second generation. And yes that makes a difference, as each generation loses their native traditions as time goes by and follow that of the country they live in
    I don't think that the perception of black men is that different between the UK and the USA.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    https://unsafeharbour.files.wordpres...malesender.jpg
    http://cdn.okccdn.com/blog/raceattr/scores2009.png?v=1

    I think people think these relationships are widespread because we notice them more in the streets, whilst we pay no attention to the thousands of couples of the same race.
    Online dating.

    You cannot base the preferences of an entire race of women from online dating statistics alone. How many people actually use online dating websites such as OKC? Less than 000001% of the population. I do agree with the fact that the majority of people date within their own race. Also you have to take into account that there are differences between European and American women when it comes to their dating preferences.
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    (Original post by Josb)
    I don't think that the perception of black men is that different between the UK and the USA.
    Lol. There's a huge difference.
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    (Original post by mo_myc)
    LOL NOO. Id say they have the least chance and thats not even my opinion unless they wanna follow the bs stereotype of bbc
    its not a bs sterotype, its truu
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    (Original post by Pikachū)
    Lol. There's a huge difference.
    Please elaborate.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Oh you saucy senorita. :devil:
    (Original post by l'etranger)
    ^ was me
    :mmm: ain't no fun without some sauce :eating::perv:
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    (Original post by lemonlikelime)
    :mmm: ain't no fun without some sauce :eating::perv:
    You just have to be sure you swallow it all.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    You just have to be sure you swallow it all.
    *gasps* of course! I would never waste good food

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    provided it's cooked well
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    (Original post by Black Cat)
    Muuuuuuuuh media!

    Blame the Kardashians INI
    No I blame you
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    I find most women who date black guys seem to have some sort of family/daddy issues where they want to get back at someone or want attention. I dislike black guys the most tbh because from my experience they've always been disrespectful and rude like you can't reason with them. 9/10 bad experiences I've had has always been with black guys where they act like animals instead of people.
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    i want to
 
 
 
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