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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Not always.
    In those cases, those groups usually have to work towards "whiteness".

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Not always.
    In those cases, those groups usually have to work towards "whiteness".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikeitlikethat View Post
    It's all about the gym and the Evian water and fried chicken and the marijuana and the getting waxed and waxing that 'that's right, I said it' and staying fit and having a blast.

    Woot! Life.
    I don't wax mate. Do go gym 3/4 times a week, just been this evening in fact. Followed by chicken stew and soya protein shake for desert, nothing fried,no humous either that was a joke, and no smoking. Though joking aside if you live in TH fuck the gym you best buy a gun instead.

    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Not always. I mean white people make fun of white people a lot just like any group and often because it is justified
    I saw your video and you look white to me. At least in many countries you'd be be considered white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    In those cases, those groups usually have to work towards "whiteness".
    ?? Not really. Often for example they can be acting in a stereotypically "white" way, but they are not really accepted by the mass culture either. Mormons are a good example of this. Or this sort of thing: http://stuffwhitepeoplelike.com/2008...ont-belong-to/ that goes against the WASP stereotype

    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    I saw your video and you look white to me. At least in many countries you'd be be considered white.
    It's strange for me to think of myself that way because I did not grow up around white people. I remember being shocked at the "sea of white" when I went to a rock concert with 100,000 people in Oregon once. My father is Italian, but he left my family when I was very young. Also, in my region "race" often has an effect on perception of class so perhaps I am more sensitive to this perception than others. When I was a child I was very fair and my mother was asked if she was my nanny which was quite upsetting for her. I am much more tanned now especially in the summer months and have a more or less olive complexion. Often people are unsure of what ethnicity I am with the usual guesses being "european", middle eastern/arabic, hispanic/mexican, and/or Italian/Greek depending on the background of the person asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    ?? Not really. Often for example they can be acting in a stereotypically "white" way, but they are not really accepted by the mass culture either. Mormons are a good example of this. Or this sort of thing: http://stuffwhitepeoplelike.com/2008...ont-belong-to/ that goes against the WASP stereotype



    It's strange for me to think of myself that way because I did not grow up around white people. I remember being shocked at the "sea of white" when I went to a rock concert with 100,000 people in Oregon once. My father is Italian, but he left my family when I was very young. Also, in my region "race" often has an effect on perception of class so perhaps I am more sensitive to this perception than others. When I was a child I was very fair and my mother was asked if she was my nanny which was quite upsetting for her. I am much more tanned now especially in the summer months and have a more or less olive complexion. Often people are unsure of what ethnicity I am with the usual guesses being "european", middle eastern/arabic, hispanic/mexican, and/or Italian/Greek depending on the background of the person asking.
    Yeah you look Italian.

    If you're not white then neither is my mum or most of my family, because they're Italian/Spanish descent. And trust me, Italians/Spanish are considered to be white. 100% Go there and tell them they're not, see how they react! xD

    Funnily enough I'm 6 ft 1 blond hair blue eyes, true aryan, and people don't think she's my mum either...though I generally find it funny rather than upsetting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    I don't wax mate. Do go gym 3/4 times a week, just been this evening in fact. Followed by chicken stew and soya protein shake for desert, nothing fried,no humous either that was a joke, and no smoking. Though joking aside if you live in TH fuck the gym you best buy a gun instead.
    Wow, you've heard of Thornton Heath. I live in heart of 'Heath. Pretty much in the centre, next to everything.


    Also, I meant to say fried chicken, salad* and Evian water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilikeitlikethat View Post
    Wow, you've heard of Thornton Heath. I live in heart of 'Heath. Pretty much in the centre, next to everything.


    Also, I meant to say fried chicken, salad* and Evian water.
    Before I went to uni I worked in a shop. My supervisor was from Thornton Heath. He once beat a guy up at 2am in the middle of Piccadilly Circus with a baseball bat. And he called it Tonton Heat. That's all I know about it

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