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Law School Admissions / Nothing to see here
« on: July 12, 2011, 06:47:17 PM »
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Black Law Students / Re: The Black Women's Thread
« on: August 24, 2007, 03:31:21 PM »
I love athletic women that are also feminine especially the track women. Some people think that the two are mutually exclusive, but FloJo (R.I.P.), and a few others changed that perception. Versatility is always a good thing as well, the women I'm attracted to looks good in a formal setting, and also when just chillin on a lazy Saturday trip to the thrift store. I especially like the women that were tomboys growing up that blossomed into beautiful and feminine women, but yet still has vestiges of tomboyish behavior when coaxed...makes for some fun wrestling matches that turn into "lovefests" if you know what I mean.

 I get bored with one aspect too easily, so variety is a must. But then again I don't ask from others what I couldn't ask from myself as well. I do suits, casual wear, athletic wear, and sometimes even an  A-frame tank top (wife-be***r) and pajama bottoms with the corduroy house shoes Compton style..yeah right.

But back to my original point femininity isn't so much what you do or a particular look, more like how you carry yourself.

Black Law Students / Re: The Black Women's Thread
« on: August 23, 2007, 07:16:58 PM »
If you were my girl you'd get one of these patchwork bags and a trip to PF Chang's using a 2 for 1 coupon and you better be happy.

Black Law Students / Re: The Black Women's Thread
« on: August 23, 2007, 04:56:05 PM »
Rori that Ola Ray's from the Thriller video older sister? I think it is.

Anyway here is my cryptic note for today...

You are what I describe. Wink.

Black Law Students / Re: The Black Women's Thread
« on: August 23, 2007, 04:45:18 PM »
Not that anyone asked, but just for the record I wouldn't marry Halle Berry. She's had some men problems no doubt, but I also factor in the common denominator too, she may as well be cuckoo behind closed doors.Besides after seeing Billy Bob "make her feeeeeeeel goooood" in Monsters Ball it hasn't been the same. Fortunately this does not apply to a one night stand...tough crowd.

I'd take Kimberly Elise though, she seems to be the low maintenance all-around woman that I'm attracted to.

Just thought I'd throw in some real world comparisons to illustrate my point.

Black Law Students / Re: The Black Women's Thread
« on: August 23, 2007, 04:27:48 PM »
I think that one of the knocks against "girlie" girls is that they can be high maintenance sometimes. At first it doesn't affect you much, but after awhile that shyt can get on your nerves.

I personally like a beautiful woman that cares about her appearance, but that can also feel just as comfortable going to the grocery store in some jogging pants and a a pair of Air-Max, she can even wrap her hair if she likes. There is nothing wrong with make-up either, but if you got to put on your face so we can go to blockbuster and pick up the latest Tyler Perry movie that might be overdoing it a bit.

So in other words it's good to be concerned with your appearance, just as long as you aren't pre-occupied with it. Another thing sometimes girlie girls don't like to play around the house, like they are too prissy to get slammed on the bed and mauled with the pillow..nah just kidding, that was a bad joke people.

With all that being said I prefer an all-around woman that is somewhat low maintenance, but hey I've made exceptions before.

BTW, sometimes even the earthy women can be high maintenance..if you don't believe me, go live in California...word to Whole Foods, and Papaya scrubs.

Black Law Students / Re: BLACK LOVE
« on: August 14, 2007, 12:48:19 PM »
Forget love, it's all about the body rockin' knockin' of the boots.

There.  I said it.


Lol,I'm not gonna dispute that...word to H-Town.

Black Law Students / Re: BLACK LOVE
« on: August 14, 2007, 12:36:39 PM »
A lot of times (passionate) love starts to fade pretty quickly, and at the end of the day you need to have a strong relationship to fall back on.  I can love a whole lot of people, but I'm not trying to build a relationship with just them.  People are fooling themselves if they think that love should be THE basis for a relationship. A lot of other factors need to come into play.

Love is the foundation or at least it should be, and I'm not exclusively talking about passionate love. Companionship is a type of love and it doesn't have to involve physical intimacy.

Black Law Students / Re: BLACK LOVE
« on: August 14, 2007, 09:55:55 AM »
I imagine some of y'all ,by the responses I've seen in here, to have some sort of a relationship rubric that y'all go by.

With all of the prequalifications, and prerequisites, is there any room left for actual LOVE? What's next a standaradized test? "Well baby, you know your cool, and I enjoy being around you, but according to your RAT (relationship aptitude test) you are only in the 21st percentile, and my 25th-75th is blah blah blah).

I'm not advocating that a person should just settle by any means, but on the other side of the coin quantifying relationships may not be the best method. God knows how many unhappy couples there are that are based on the whole cumulative education concept.

Relationships can work in the complementary aspect you know.  

Black Law Students / Re: BLACK LOVE
« on: August 14, 2007, 09:33:59 AM »
Studies have shown that there is a positive correlation between the cumulative number of post-graduate degrees and the health and happiness of the couples offspring.


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