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girl and guys fights Posted on 07-04-2004

arinze6
Queens, NY
i was just wonderin cuz every1 was talkin bout how every boy thinks hes hard in howard well im from ny and in ny the grls fight 10 times more than the boys, girls have way more drama n problems with eachother is it like that in howard 2 or just mainly guys?
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ManifestDSTiny33 replied on 07-05-2004 11:26AM [Reply]
there were a lot of roommate fights in the quad, and my suitemate fought some girl from the quad.... there a couple of fights, but they are not that big...
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Blutifully Human from Washington, DC replied on 07-05-2004 04:29PM [Reply]

nah, it's not that big of an issue. If anything, females are probably more petty and like to run their mouths behind ya back, rather than comin to blows.
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Afro-American replied on 07-05-2004 05:49PM [Reply]
HUsweetie wrote:
there were a lot of roommate fights in the quad, and my suitemate fought some girl from the quad.... there a couple of fights, but they are not that big...
lol thats why most of the fights are "within" the quad, we aint hardly ruining our outfit outside...and ya know how us black females scrap anyways, taking offthe earrings, weave, heels :lol: ....so why not just fight in the jammies?? nah but on the real, i mean there are fights but the ones ive seen have been mainly verbal like "YOU CRAZY, STUPID BIOTCH A** ****, IMMA TELL YOU ONE MO GAIN TO LEAVE YOUR NASTY STUFF OUT MY FRIDGE!!" not the southern-scrap fights im used to seeing back home LOL
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cupcake8503 replied on 07-06-2004 12:23AM [Reply]
one of my roommates got in a fight with a girl that lived across the hall from me..it was funny :lol:
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Blutifully Human from Washington, DC replied on 07-06-2004 01:07AM [Reply]

darn, i'm always missin the good stuff. :pouts and walks away:
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