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How White People and Black People Walk

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How White People and Black People Walk

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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby gegiroor » Mon Feb 08, 2016 9:27 pm

Black culture - learn how to walk like a black man - explained by a black man

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emKBaUZu9cM

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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby Thuganomics » Tue Feb 09, 2016 6:01 am

Dumb negroes,why don't they just walk with their God given gait.A friend and I were in London once and two Somali teenagers walked passed us.Both walking with a slip and a slide.You know the typical Jamaican walks that were featured in Jimmy Cliff's Harder They Fall lol
My friend called them over and said to them "Why are you guys walking like Jamaicans guys.Jamaicans had hundreds of years of a ball and chain strapped to their legs from slavery days to perfect their walk.Idinku rag dhalad ah baad tihiine hagaag u socda nacallah idinkuma yaale"

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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby iandi » Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:10 pm

Dumb negroes,why don't they just walk with their God given gait.A friend and I were in London once and two Somali teenagers walked passed us.Both walking with a slip and a slide.You know the typical Jamaican walks that were featured in Jimmy Cliff's Harder They Fall lol
My friend called them over and said to them "Why are you guys walking like Jamaicans guys.Jamaicans had hundreds of years of a ball and chain strapped to their legs from slavery days to perfect their walk.Idinku rag dhalad ah baad tihiine hagaag u socda nacallah idinkuma yaale"
Your friend sounds like an idiot.....but then again you are both Somali.!

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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby AGENT447 » Tue Feb 09, 2016 12:23 pm

That's an extremely distasteful thing to say Thugs. Suldaan hadallada inaga maldah bal dar ilaahay. Tan Ianda must hate our gutts by now, when she is faced with this and much worse. I feel for her waleee, I wouldn't know what to do with myself if I stumbled upon a forum where Somalis are constantly degraded and berated.
And we have the cheek to complain and moan about the harmless cadaan racism!
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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby Thuganomics » Tue Feb 09, 2016 3:47 pm

That's an extremely distasteful thing to say Thugs. Suldaan hadallada inaga maldah bal dar ilaahay. Tan Ianda must hate our gutts by now, when she is faced with this and much worse. I feel for her waleee, I wouldn't know what to do with myself if I stumbled upon a forum where Somalis are constantly degraded and berated.
And we have the cheek to complain and moan about the harmless cadaan racism!
:meles: :snoop:
Don't shoot the messenger sxb.I just related a story.I found it funny at the time laakiin :lol:.He was just shocking them into reality.You know that saying "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery" Why imitate people you have no cultural connection with

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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby jalaaludin5 » Tue Feb 09, 2016 4:09 pm

Is iandi a female?
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Re: How White People and Black People Walk

Postby gegiroor » Thu Feb 11, 2016 2:55 pm

It was AHUN Malcolm X who stated "Don't walk like the white man. Don't talk like the white man."

Bottom line is changing the way they walk and talk were part of the struggle for African Americans to establish their identity that has been robbed from them.

Now, to the people who visit and comment here: How many of you walk like the bros? I gotta tell you I did it in the late in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Man it was really cool, especially the attention that I used to get from black women. :whew:

One former Ghanian co-worker has warned me you will never get anywhere in America if you show that kind of walk, especially in employment.


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