Lmfao. It finally hit 40 degrees and the white boys already got their khaki shorts and flip flops… Lol slow down y’all, its gone snow in two days.
- Can I get the fried chicken without the fried?
- Can I get the candied yams without the candy?
- Is the cornbread gluten free?
- Can I get the green beans without the fat?
- Can I get that with no salt?
- What seasonings are in this "seasoned salt"?
- Is there a no butter option?
- Ham hocks? Bacon grease?
- Is there an allergy chart?
- What about a nutrition chart?
- Sweet Potato Pie? Oh wow, exotic.
- Do you have any salads?
- Oh yeah, I was just reading about collards in Whole Foods! Awesome!
In scandal with Kerry Washington
Yessss! I just snatched off my own wig! That voice? “Ms. Pope…” giving me chills
Can u imagine that voice tho “you belong to me? I belong to you! I wait for you!”
All my feels for Rain and Naomie Harris from ninja assassins would be answered. I’m tweet Shonda now lol replace Fitz with Rick Yune or make him a love interest….yasss
HOLY SHIT I never thought I wanted this until I wanted this.
ATTN: HAIR LENGTH DOES NOT CORRESPOND TO ETHNICITY. IF THE HAIR IS NURTURED PROPERLY, IT WILL GROW. Afro hair has very unique needs from other hair types, and if these needs are met and the scalp is healthy, hair will grow just like everybody else’s. Also, curly/kinky hair does not show length like straight hair does. duh. This does not mean someone lacks true length or the ability to have length. Many black girls, like myself for most of my life, simply lack the knowledge or know-how to take proper care of their natural hair as a result of all kinds of stigmatization of Afro hair that can’t be easily addressed in ask.
WHEN Y’ALL GONE LEARN?
I love my hair, thanks. And just because I compliment you, doesn’t mean I’m secretly dreaming about scalping you in your sleep. Girl, bye.
My hair has been straight for 24 hours and I’m already experiencing fro separation anxiety. This is not the wave.
Behold my awkwardness.
This is what yonce must have felt when she sang drunk in love…is the best and the sexiest and the coolest and the most adjective-est.
I love how the main theme so far of that “mixedgirlproblems” blog is how Blackness is a deterrent, a roadblock, in their lives.
I have no more sympathy or patience for these kinds of narcissistic “strong need to be exotic and un-Black” people anymore. Nah. Gloves have come off.
Girl ya life was already a big heap o nothin’. Do Black people a favor and go slither back under a rock with Patrick. Starfish-lookin ass goons.
You ain’t that cute. Ya look dusty.