I didn’t read Sidneys or the previous post (cos I guess it’s an old thread) but it's true people have to marry who they fall in love with and that’s my principle in life. Even if na Chinko I go marry am in a blink...but my post up there has to do people asking me for advice and my response based on facts on ground here.... And no I wont advice people to tolerate racist be it from in-laws or anybody for that matter. I am extremely proud of you enduring if by “Time will tell’ those black jokes has anything to do with your personal situation. Cos over here, the white guy or lady have to choose between you or their parents, and most of the time they choose you. So if the parents wanna be part of their kids life, they’d better be on their wives good book. That’s how we roll hia o!Time will Tell Khami... Its the type of man and not his race that guarantees a blissful marraige. Your female friends have their great stories and are enjoying their lives and many more to them... but on the flipside there are also stories of dividing and racial issues. Sidney clearly stated and i agree with him now... Love is colorblind and i will stick by that...For now lets justi am in lust...
I live in the midwest and as this is is the 21st century there are still some racial boundaries... We may love each other but his parents still have their opinions . Every Sunday is black joke time...can i endure this for the rest of my life "I dont Know" My mother has never advised me not to marry Oyinbo she simply says whomever will make you say will treat you good is who you should end up with.
Time will tell
Khami darling make i waka go from this thread as per i love NR but before dem judge me die
hmmm....this thread!I one time thought I could never marry an oyinbo... But I was completely mistaken....... Love, thank goodnes, is colorblind....
Hee hee hee...and I checked, I did not even make any comment on this old thread, which is strange!! (hmmm....maybe I had a different user name then...)
My dear, una all already know my stand on oyinbo, so, make I no sound like broken record here, but some of the comments on this thread are sure cracking me up!!! lol
I wonder (6 years after this thread was started), how many of the writers still feel same way about dating or not dating oyibo? And how many likely married oyibo etc etc? am really curious..... :D
let the frif frack right here!
Ah many year ago when I was fearless. The first blonde-blue eyed woman I saw I simply said "Excuse me I got to have a damn good look at your eyes... OMG! OMG!!". I siddon there like 5mins looking shine-shine eyes then carried on with my daily business... Mugu that I was at the time... I should have just speeched her!Well....she does have blue eyes....... smokin:
Well....she does have blue eyes....... smokin:
Oyinbo people knows how to take care of their ladies o!
The ones that smells are the ones that are not circumcized....
It would be embarrassing asking one if he is circumcized before dating him, so forget it....I cant date them at all.
I love my circumcized black men...LMAO
I can't imagine ever doing such thing. They're mannerless and oyinbos generally smell. And they're into dirty & filthy things.
Although about over 4 yrs ago, i sort of had a sexual intercourse with one cuttee oyinbo guy in a local furniture shop dat i went to buy my new bed for ma new flat then. One good thing i can say about their men is dat they can surely kiss.
Sort of had sex? How do you sort of have sex?
You mean despicable?
So I learned two new things from you today Simisola. How to "sort of have sex" and a whole new word. I have to yab you. Sorry.
Erm... I am sort of new here but this interests me. So please pardon my forwardness....lol
U had a "quickie" but not the "full" one? What exactly does that mean "a quickie...but not the full one" lol.
A shuku shuku,one minute one,i guess.