I'm into this and not. There's 7 billion people on this earth and just 12 signs can't describe them all, obviously there is way more then just the signs. Nevertheless I still like to look at my sign to see what's up to see if I can actually relate to it. Other times I just see if I'm compatible with someone.....which I'm not sometimes cause THERE ALL FIRES SIGNS. Why do I have to be a water sign, it's either they burn me or I extinguish them.
This man is so funny, and I think I love him cause he's from village. It just makes everything he says 10x more funny. He's always honest with his jokes, even if it'll make him look bad. I think he's humor is something valuable, its hard to be so open about your opinion theses days without getting hated on (especially for a black man). So I see him as someone important (to a certain extent).
Ok so like I'm not a rude person, and I don't want to be mean to people. It's just that when people first meet me their first thought is to comment on my height or laugh, I'd let people judge me constantly to the point where I start to get insecure about these things. Yet people legit play too much and the minute I get mad they act like they the victim, what kinda mahogany crap is that? (But like....the thing is I have a sharp tongue, love to be sarcastic when I'm irritated sooo pretty sure that's where people get the idea I;m a sour person sometimes.)
I like old R&B songs, the colours, vibes, and energy it pulls off. Whether it's sad or not they always have a story. But the old ones, OOOOOOO they is the jam. Cause we had Micheal Jackson, Earth Wind and Fire, Aaliyah, boiiiiii I could go on. My love of it came from, once again my Mother. She used to bootleg cds (get them burned on cds illegally, Mama was a rebel), so my childhood consisted of Jay-z, Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Mary J Blige. Ya know the good stuff, but I think the reason I love this genre is cause I always feel the depth of it, like I just know what's going on and the flow goes well with me.
This is my go-to makeup youtuber, why? Cause this girl is always honest and truthful about the makeup industry with black girls. And she has the best vibes and I like how she's always goofy when explaining thing. She hella pretty too.
I'm a black woman. (Nothing shocking) But as it's quite obvious I'm have very light skin, sometimes to the point I look sick. That doesn't make me less African then I am, and it's annoying to hear people ask me if I'm truly from Africa and start to give ME lessons about my origins. Like who the hell is you? Did I ask for a class on Africa? I think not you bum. And the people who have the audacity to lecture me AREN'T EVEN FROM AFRICA or have African roots. And what I hate most is others who aren't aware of my skin complexion try to give me makeup, and hair advice. No honey that lipstick shade works for YOU, if I wanted to wear a bright color I would in a heartbeat but I personally don't like it so don't push it on me. My hair.......lord my hair. You wouldn't like it if I came up in yo face and making comments on your hair WHILe without permission touch your hair. It's rude, impolite, and shows you have no respect. My hair is my statement and it will not be touch by people who can't respect me or themselves. ( I chose Viola Davis as the cover cause she inspires me to be proud of my roots, despite all the trails she went through she made it as an actor and a black woman)
Murder, Killing, Horror stories, anything that makes people terrified I love. It sounds messed up I'm well aware and yes I'm ok. But I'm genuinely fascinated by things like this maybe cause I always wonder why people tend to go this far, whether it be from anger or just psychological problems. Just hearing stories about serial killers makes me interested in the human mindset and I'm not trying to scare you or make you disgusted it's like "WHY DUDE???". Another reason for me being invested in stuff like this is because my mother watched murder shows in front of me 24/7.
WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE HOOOOOOOOOOO. Yup I am from the great'ol USA, and no I don't have an accent. It not a big deal I was birthed there and I lived there for 4 years until I moved to Canada. Nothing special. ( The red brigde you see in the picture I fell in when I was trying to feed ducks)
Running Man is a South Korean variety show, and it's the first show to make me laugh my ass off. The show is basically just a group of famous singers, comedians, rappers and actors. They play games and do charades and travel the world and have competitions to see who is the best at whatever they are challenged to do. What I love about this show is the teamwork and how much they've grown together and how different the main cast is. They all have something unique about them but they always know how to make everyone laugh. I can relate well with the cast, with their sense of humor to their constant bickering and just how they play.