Knicks can break your heart even in past tense.
Im watching The Knicks episode of 30 for 30 (Winning Time) and it’s like….living through 90s all over again.
Not a fan of putting someone’s personal information out there, even if that person is shitty.
Ion’t like that shit and Tumblr stays doing the most.
Nope. A man just trying to hit isn’t concerned about body count at all.
But, in terms of marriage, body count is definitely a concern. It’s not about degradation at all. It’s a fair question.
Seems like Black men are the only men told to ignore body count…that it’s a leading indicator of some type of underlying inadequacy. Black men are supposed to accept any- and everything…another dude’s kids, crazy body count, baggage, etc.
Let me walk up to one of my Indian, Iranian, Turkish, Ethiopian, etc. male friends and have this same conversation about ignoring body count vis-a-vis a potential wife.
They’d probably laugh me out the room.
As Black men, we’re allowed to have standards. If we demand more, we’ll get more…
Yeah no. I’m not here for degrading people for having sex. Ever.
Who said anything about degrading anyone? If a man is going to choose a wife, he has a right to know everything about the person with whom he plans to spend the rest of his life…the person who will bear his children…the person with whom he will share his assets.
If he finds out things he considers a dealbreaker for HIM, that’s his prerogative. Just as the woman may have things she considers a dealbreaker.
Shit, when I bought my Porsche, I did all kinds of homework. I knew any- and everything about the car before I made the purchase. EVERYTHING!
When it’s time for me to marry, even more homework is going to be done. I’m certainly not going to do less homework on my potential wife than I did for a car! Everything will be taken into consideration…
This is bullshit
Your standards are misogynistic as hell
And who even asks about body counts? Seriously? No one talks about that once you get over about 25. There are more important things to think about than who and how many people are with someone you are interested in, let alone marrying.
Body count discussions are so lame and childish. As if a woman’s “body count” makes her any less of the caring, compassionate, creative, interesting, well read, supportive, spiritual, funny, smart, dope ass woman you were interested in before you heard her ~magic number.~
I hate spics and I hate niggers.
Call me racist. Because I’m proud to be one.👌
I’d be careful of what you say
In 10 years there will be more of us than there are of you :)
Not if we take out all your fuckin’ kind first.
I’d be careful what YOU say :) you have a lot more to worry about than us Americans. Go back to your country spic.
iloveryanstiles: Hey, Aisha I was wondering how you became the host of Whose Line. Did they call you and ask, or what? I was just curious :-) By the way, I think you're an excellent host! -Molly
They called and asked! I was INCREDIBLY flattered. And I feel so lucky to have that job. All we do is laugh and laugh. And make fun of Colin. Hooray! Thanks for watching!
So Aisha Tyler is clearly one of the most adorable people on the face of the planet.