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Women's delusional romanticism is the lifeblood of the player.
As for fellas speaking up...heh, yuh must be have one in yuh life right now, listening attentively tuh yuh romance issues and being there fuh yuh while you focused on playboy who not on you. Yea Chica, cuz all men are the same, just minor differences due to culture and location.
African American/men of African ancestry in the US: "what up shorty"; "what up b*tch"; "you looking good 'ma; "can a brotha holla? Though, unlike Trini men they do not make that "psssssssssssss" sound. No matter how much respect, no matter how much recognition whites show towards me, as far as I'm concerned, as long as it is not shown to every one of our people in this country, it doesn't exist for me"- Malcolm X, 1964There are many decent men out there and sadly the obnoxious and rude ones give the rest of them a bad name.
Don't know about vulgar commnent, but in the olden days, overhere it was not unusual to walk by a construction site and get 'some attention'.
Johnson, Jesse Serwer and Tishanna Williams— Anyone who’s ever been to Trinidad & Tobago knows that these twin islands boast some of the world’s most beautiful women.
For a small country few foreigners could find on a map, T&T always does well at international beauty pageants, producing a pair of Miss Universe winners (Janelle Commissiong, in 1977 and Wendy Fitzwilliam in 1998) and a Miss World winner (Giselle Larond, who beat out Halle Berry in 1986) over the years. The islands’ unique mixture of African, Spanish, Indian, British, Chinese, French and Carib Indian heritage helps, as does the unmistakeable Trini accent, which regularly ranks high on lists of the world’s sexiest.
I don't go for looks and I don't assume anything either.
When we finally did meet, the friendship blossomed into about a 1-2 yr relationship and though things have ended between us, I valued the time I did spend with him and the fact that I gave him a chance. No matter how much respect, no matter how much recognition whites show towards me, as far as I'm concerned, as long as it is not shown to every one of our people in this country, it doesn't exist for me"- Malcolm X, 1964 Look, the negative traits in men being discussed here knows no nationality, or ethnic, or racial or religious or social group for that matter; men are men, just like women are women; and in that respect you have good ones, and you have not so good ones; if you are fortunate enough to find a good one, say thank you; if your are not, simply move on, don't dewll on it.
With each experience you learn something and IMHO become more in tune with yourself, your needs, your wants. So no, I don't think Trinidad has a monopoly on 'dogs' as I prefer to call them, they are out there in every shape, size and colour, and in every corner of the world.
If it's at a nightclub or something chances are that there would be lots of guys there who are just looking for flings.
I've always wondered though if men in other countries shout vulgar comments at women on the streets the way some men in Trinidad do.