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I'm not the only one who feels like this. This post was shared a lot in the comments on Reddit. There was one user who tattooed guys said: "My ex told me a very long time ago that he is a good friend of a black guy and they date in the same circles, so it is not the first time he's dated one."
Here's another user: "I don't know if anyone else has read this before but I have a black friend who is also a member of the military. I'm not going to go into too much detail. I just can say that his ex-wife has a black boyfriend and he has had black friends who've been deployed. He has a good sense of humor about being a good friend."
Here's another user: "My friend was in the Army in Afghanistan and he got to see some of his friends and family members get killed in the field (I don't have his name). I think he was in one of the combat teams that I was in. He had a very good sense of humor and was very smart but he was a bit of a drama queen. He had one girl he was really in love with and I think she dumped him for this other guy. He is now married with kids and works as a security guard in New Jersey."
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There are also those who are single with black friends. "There are a few things about my life that can be described as 'black' but my friend is an chatroom irani average black dude with a good sense of humor. We have a single chat online lot in common but we don't always get along. He's an intelligent man with a strong social conscience and he always seems like he's trying to do the right thing. He's a little like the average guy I hang out with but he has this kind of 'different' attitude to him that's quite intimidating. He's a great guy though. I wish I could go home with him one day." "I used to be very attracted to other African Americans. In college I was really good friends with a white guy named Aaron. I thought he was a great guy and we were friends for a few months. We had many fun dates that summer and I got really close to him. I knew that he was in the military but I never really having a boyfriend in the army got into it. I thought that it was kind of strange for a black man to be in the military so I never told anyone." "We broke up when I was in high school. He got a promotion to sergeant at that time and we lived together, just like we were supposed to. We dated for a long time but he was not really into me. I knew that he was going to go off and fight in Vietnam. I did not want to do that. I just wanted him to be there with me. He got to go to the front and was in a lot of action. One day he came back and said he needed a job. The company was running a black guy job, and I was going to run one of them. So he said I would come to the office with my friend, and he got to be the boss. The guy did everything he could to get me the job, and he would make the black guy work like a dog, then he would have to put me in my place. When I did, I would go down the hall and start asking for work. He would sit there and try to make me work my ass off, even if he was sitting right next to me. One day he called to say he was not interested in having a black guy at his job, so I went in there and I told them he was being racist. The boss said I had to leave. Then he called me a stupid bitch and made me cry. I went and got my ass kicked and my friend went and got the job.
This was in my first year.
In my last year he told me that he liked black girls and he just had to wait until I was older to get them. I told him I had a black american single girls girlfriend and I would never date one of those guys. Then he made it seem like I was the stupid bitch that told him what to do. He also told me about a girl he'd heard about from one of my friends. He told me that if I liked her I should be willing to do something like get with her. This is when I realized why I was doing this: I had been dating a black guy for the past 3 years. He told me he didn't want to date thailand cupid dating black girls anymore because the way I talk to them and act doesn't do them justice. He said I don't look black enough to be black. I was like WTF? That doesn't make sense. What if I was black? Then what about what I said in the first couple of paragraphs? He was going to start dating white girls now, but I had to convince him that I should start dating black girls. After we started dating, the way we talked and acted didn't do me justice. We were so far apart, I just felt weird dating black girls. I started to believe it was me who was just not looking black enough.