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If I said I liked my coffee like I like my women "Hot, black, bold, and just a little sweet." Would you call me racist / sexist?

Uranos7 2012/04/30 01:33:29
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I have dated women of all races 'just about' and was suprised when a woman said that remark was racist.
I though it was a compliment.

I posted this in Coffee Fanatics group before but it was so popular I thought I would redo it for the general populace.
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  • heartsonfire 2012/05/16 04:37:32
    Some people are too sensitive.
    heartsonfire
    +1
    Ok, I'm black and I would not get offended by that. I'd just be like cool, and keep it moving.
  • ace heartso... 2014/03/22 19:12:24
    ace
    +3
    And all the coloured girls go 'doo doo doodoo do doo do doooo;)!' Good on you
    Lady, as your all fine and damn sexy!! - Caucasian Rastafarian in Canada ..
  • Marvelous Wildfire 2012/05/07 04:38:29
    Some people are too sensitive.
    Marvelous Wildfire
    +2
    The better answer would be that some dumbasses are just too sensitive.
  • Another Lone Wolf 2012/05/03 02:15:41
    Some people are too sensitive.
    Another Lone  Wolf
    +1
    idk lol. i dont care what people think
  • Werkea 2012/05/02 17:18:50
    Some people are too sensitive.
    Werkea
    meh...
  • Elz 2012/05/01 19:26:45
    Some people are too sensitive.
    Elz
    +2
    how is that racist?
  • BritPunk 2012/05/01 13:42:39
    Some people are too sensitive.
    BritPunk
    But I'd just laugh at you and walk away. Ancient, cheesy chat lines reek of desperation :-(
  • Dweezle 2012/05/01 05:43:19
    Your both! (explain why )
    Dweezle
    the epitome of black stereotypes. But who can blame you, you are in Kentucky. See was that stereotype appreciated by you? (or did you even understand it)
  • Uranos7 Dweezle 2012/05/01 06:10:30
    Uranos7
    +1
    I like going barefoot thank you very much.
  • Pat 2012/05/01 01:14:10
    Some people are too sensitive.
    Pat
    +3
    No, it's not at all racist. My only problem would be that I'd feel left out because I don't happen to be black!
  • PhillipDavis 2012/04/30 21:58:39
  • jon 2012/04/30 21:34:45
    Some people are too sensitive.
    jon
    +2
    No . not even, I would say you just described your own personal preference in a female partner/love interest, any other points of view would be a direct indication of stupidity and guilt transfer
  • skyperkins1 2012/04/30 18:31:10
  • jimih67 2012/04/30 17:49:18
    Some people are too sensitive.
    jimih67
    +2
    Let me guess. Are you white? You see, white people aren't alllowed to use the word "black". It is called a double standard. I wouldn't worry about offending people, because chances are whoever pretends to be offended by that is racist themselves.
  • ♥ Amy ♥ Is Home♥ 2012/04/30 17:48:08
    Some people are too sensitive.
    ♥ Amy ♥ Is Home♥
    +3
    I like my coffee like I like my men, Sweet & Creamy :P
  • Freeranger ♥ Amy ♥... 2012/05/01 14:49:25
    Freeranger
    +1
    Who knew? Do go on though.....I'm totally captivated.
  • ♥ Amy ♥... Freeranger 2012/05/01 15:05:16
    ♥ Amy ♥ Is Home♥
    who knew what?? and what should I go on about? brb.. I need some more coffee ..
  • Freeranger ♥ Amy ♥... 2012/05/01 16:21:20
    Freeranger
    +1
    make that Irish.....two sugars and apparently.....cream.
  • ♥ Amy ♥... Freeranger 2012/05/01 16:22:58
    ♥ Amy ♥ Is Home♥
    Ok =)
    baileys coffee creamer
  • Freeranger ♥ Amy ♥... 2012/05/01 16:29:41
    Freeranger
    +1
    ......[drum roll].....and now, without further adieu.....your creamy man. [camera swings and focuses on Amy] sly smile gif
  • scientologist supreme 2012/04/30 17:39:01
    Your both! (explain why )
    scientologist supreme
    +1
    your saying you like blacks better than you like whites
  • Uranos7 sciento... 2012/04/30 17:50:06
    Uranos7
    You may have a point on that one because although I have dated white women too, I find them to be self-centered and shallow more often than women of other races.
  • sciento... Uranos7 2012/04/30 17:54:03
    scientologist supreme
    still racist :P
  • jon sciento... 2012/04/30 21:39:09
    jon
    you do not know the differance between predidice, biggotry, and preferance-------you know "in the eye of the ......." get real.
  • Uranos7 sciento... 2012/04/30 21:47:24
    Uranos7
    +1
    White women often get stuck in high school mode where looks and being cool are the most important thing in the world, where minority women , because of the adversities they face, accept reality and look at the person sooner.
  • BritPunk Uranos7 2012/05/01 13:38:52
    BritPunk
    Now THAT is racist.
  • Uranos7 BritPunk 2012/05/02 17:37:45
    Uranos7
    +2
    Actually it is a by-product of the indoctrination of women, in the rural area where I currently live, that is if the woman is too smart she will not find a man.
    It was not a problem when I lived in larger cities.
  • BritPunk Uranos7 2012/05/02 18:13:36 (edited)
    BritPunk
    +1
    Ah, perhaps you have a point there. Food for thought, always welcome :-)
    (Yep I'm a city girl myself).
  • ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾ 2012/04/30 17:35:04
    Some people are too sensitive.
    ☥☽✪☾DAW ☽✪☾
  • Dweezle ☥☽✪☾DAW... 2012/05/01 05:45:41
    Dweezle
    LOL
  • rknothead 2012/04/30 17:31:13
    Some people are too sensitive.
    rknothead
    +1
    if that's what turns you on....go for it...you only live once!!
  • carolynb 2012/04/30 17:30:51
    Some people are too sensitive.
    carolynb
    +2
    Wow, I used to say that. I dated black men and married one and I wasnt racist. It is funny.
  • Melizmatic 2012/04/30 16:33:22
    Your both! (explain why )
    Melizmatic
    +3
    Actually, I think you're just trying to stir the pot in a bid for attention.

    SSDD.

    attention seeking
  • Philo-Publius 2012/04/30 16:22:22
    Some people are too sensitive.
    Philo-Publius
    +6
    Not to wax overly analytical here, but the term 'black' can just as well be taken as referring to skin tone as it can 'race', and thus it seems, if taken in the former way, to be merely a specific phenotype preference, not a racial one in the first instance, perhaps substantively no different than saying, “I prefer redheads,” or, “I like a woman (or man) with a tan.”

    My point is, 'black' need carry no racial connotation at all, just as 'pale' or 'white' (or any other trait) need not. If our minds are poised to think in terms of phenotype rather than race, this is always what the mind will take the mention of the word 'black' or 'pale' as – as simply referring to a particular physical feature. If we're focused on race, on the other hand – on division of people – then certainly race is what we will see.

    In conclusion, how the comment is construed may therefore say more about the racial attitudes of the hearer/reader than about your own.
  • jon Philo-P... 2012/04/30 21:48:12
    jon
    +1
    That says it all, good on you.
  • firelooker 2012/04/30 16:06:13
    Some people are too sensitive.
    firelooker
    +2
    It's an old remark, and is meant to describe certain types of women in general.
  • lm1b2 2012/04/30 15:45:03
    Some people are too sensitive.
    lm1b2
    +1
    It would depend on what color you are,that saying is as old as the hills Amigo.
  • Uranos7 lm1b2 2012/04/30 16:42:15
    Uranos7
    I am a very pale Shawnee indian.
    My grandmother who mostly raised me was full blooded but I got all my Moms Dutch-Irish genes.
  • jon lm1b2 2012/04/30 21:46:54
    jon
    +1
    I do not think that his "race" (beside human) matters not one wit.
  • lm1b2 jon 2012/05/01 13:21:21
    lm1b2
    Your opinion,i like a majority of white,black,and yellow do care.

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