Well not all girls are the same.
I can only give the original poster my opinion based on my personal experiences.
It is my opinion that if you don't experience something, you don't think its possible.
Like how I'm a female, and I grew up with my daddy. I thought everyone had a daddy too. But this wasn't the case.
Well, I've never had a brother. And every guy I meet, I treat as my potential stand-in brother or friend but that's all.
Setting aside petty crushes, I've never been shown emotions (not that I've noticed anyway), so I didn't properly develop emotions.
Maybe the girls you are meeting are hard as stone, but even rock wears out with enough rain.....
....so get creative, and become the very thing that melts her heart in a spot she didn't know existed....and you'll have an incestuous, i mean, a non-brother/sister obstacle standing in the way of your relationship.
((also, she might just be frontin to see what you'd react like. some girls know who they like but don't say anything because they are afraid of something and just pull the brother card)).
Music is universal.
I like her song Spoiled.
The style comes natural to her voice. I don't think she's forcing herself to sing "black" music.
I like that song.
And I wish people wouldn't be so discriminatory when talking about something as universal as music...something that everyone should share without a racial problem.
well i love reggaeton and my favorite artist of that genre is Adassa
if you get a chance check out her CD
its hard though for people who don't speak spanish or at least understand it at some basic level to appreciate the art of reggaeton. that's probably why they dislike it.
they can't blame it on sounding the same because hip hop/rap is based on one beat, with a bunch of chords twisted around (I know because I play mad instruments and have chilled in a recording studio) and so is reggae...any form of a song listened to over and over sounds the same after awhile
reggaeton is hot and if you are open enough check out Adassa's CD called "Kamasutra"
if you think that innocent wholesome girls are extinct or near extinct you have been looking in the wrong place, chillin at the wrong spots, and wait...you haven't been looking for those kind of girls so of course you'd think their extinct..
more than you realize
maybe you should try doing research
and you'd get results
but like i said......i doubt your looking...or you would have found them
hmmm how well is xavier connected with making black students doctors?
let's just say every state i've gone to, no matter who i've spoken with, when i told them i went to Xavier, automatically they asked " So, you're biology pre-med ?"
LOL its new orleans...nothin but parties around town, and you'll love the girls...for some reason the whole city knows XU girls- not necessarily in a negative way either.
anyway you'll find answers to your questions about xavier at a post in the forum called "Xavier University of Louisiana"
any other questions personal about the school or specific rather, can be emailed to email@example.com
i've tried everything at the school at least once, or i know someone who has!
you can find answers to your question on the post that's in this forum called "Xavier University of Louisiana"
i can talk for miles about the school. personal questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
its NOT the name of the school you go to but the name you make for yourself at the school you choose to attend that decides how powerful you are when you enter the work field.
Remember: Howard has a good name too
So you choose the school that is a perfect fit for you.
ANOTHER IMPORTANT THING
the Economy is NOT its best right now, so I'd go with the school that gives you the most money for now...with all seriousness, save what you can now so you can graduate later
XU Pharmacy school is highly respected, highly acknowledged, and so good that NON-blacks are fighting to get in there. not that that should mean something but there is a lot of attention on that school. its serious business and talk about preparation.
be prepared to work. i can speak positively of xavier. i can't compare it to FAMU because i don't know anything about that school.
ask someone who goes there what they think and weigh the opinions. if they compete well then hit me up at email@example.com and i'll holla back with the utmost swift type
I'm a junior and I can honestly say I've tried anything there at least once
All questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
I know where to tell you to go if you are frightened by the girl/boy ratio. Cause I'm one of those "i don't care about romance" people and even I have dealt with a handful of people and none of them have been from Xavier..okay, maybe two, but that's not the point.
I've attended just about every forum, I play four instruments so of course I'm in the little band that we have, my head is spinning with everything i've done there. how many clubs am i in? ggeeezzzz i'm in clubs that don't even have anything to do with my major. i'm INVOLVED okay. direct all your questions to that address above. it'll be answered with a quickness
oh and when i was 4 my teacher told me "only boring people get bored" so if you wanna know why i'm always smiling i can list a million activities me and whomever i feel like chillin with be up to...cause clubbin is not the only thing to do in new orleans
HOLLA BAK when the window crack
No matter what school you go to, you will find two different groups of black people...the ones you can feel comfortable chilling with, and the ones you know you can only stomach in passing.. (passing by to class, passing by to the library, etc.)
Yes there is a bad reputation about black colleges but there are a few that get ooos and aahhhs from CEOs in the financial district of NY. Do research and you'll find out which ones they are.
No matter what anyone says, it isn't where you go to school, it is what you do when you get there. Every big employer wants to see big time grades, internship or research experience, and a lot of community and school involvement. be an all around student and they'll love you...a "party" school wouldn't hold an ambitious person back, and you sound like an ambitious person
They party every Friday at Yale. They party at Howard (and that school has a wonderful reputation in NY's Financial District)....they party at Penn State....etc.
Do research, find a school that suits you and don't expect to find "like-minded" people...what you CAN expect is to LEARN how to communicate with people who are NOT like minded and get along with them
This is why college IS for everyone...it enlightens you socially. And being that we are social animals, we should learn how to tolerate, communicate, and get along with as much DIFFERENCE as possible, because there is a lot of disparity within our own race that we need to deal with.