Listen Bae….. My hair ain doin right ight just….. Stay over there….. Nah don’t touch me… Jus… Go…
Like this if this is true for you!
This puff isn’t slick enough for me, and now I’m looking like side show bob.
soo boo…you’re just going to have to understand today is not the day
YES LAWD!!! I need me a man who understands!!!
bae the curl pattern for my perm rod set ain’t right, just .. just give me a sec, I need a moment to recuperate
sweetheart… my bantu knots weren’t dry before I took em down. It’s just gettin to my spirit..
Filing this under “Things to Remember” for the future
Bless the black man who has to deal with me and hair! lol
man look…. lol
smooth as ice
I really want to travel the world; feel the black sand, walk on the black sand.. there’re so many things I want to do.
On March 19th, 2014, African American student organizations united dressed in all black for what was called “Black Out Day”. Black Out Day symbolized black unity across the campus of Northern Illinois University. The black clothing was not only a symbol of unity, but also represented the movements of the 1960’s and the people that paved the way for us all. “Black Out Day” not only brought together the Black community on the campus of a Predominately White Institution, but reminded the students of African decent we are ONE.
i thought we was wearing all black.
date yourself a man who knows what he wants and goes after what he wants
that knows he wants you and demonstrates that you’re exactly what he wants
stop dealing with wishy washy, indecisive, maybe/perhaps/kinda/sorta men
👏 just had this convo with the boo.
If he wants you, he’ll WANT you.
Note to self
Former Marine turned photographer Joel Parés’ series Judging America used real people dressed as stereotypes to remind us to not judge a person based on their tattoos, clothing, ethnicity, profession, or sexual orientation, but on their merits.