Wednesday, April 13, 2016

One of my secrets...

I like the company of elderly black women.  There were some here, but Clara, my favorite, appears to have moved out, or died.

I also like the lavish dress-up that some black women do for Sunday.  I met one getting out of her car in the basement parking garage on a Sunday night.  I asked her if she knew why the fire alarm had gone off that morning.  (There was a kitchen fire directly below me, and I didn't even know it.)  She said, "No, I was in church."  Suddenly, I felt very small, like why wasn't I in church on Sunday morning?

I have no idea why I like such women.  When I talk with them, it's like I'm talking with the salt of the earth.  Maybe I should seek one out as a roommate to half costs.  Better yet, marry a widow "rich" from her deceased husband's life insurance and pension.  Wait.  A "black widow."  Mebbe not.   

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Laverne Cox is the perfect girl for you.

John Smith said...

Look at most Black Males and the way they behave - is it any wonder why a non-ghetto Black Female basks in the attention of a White Male who doesn't act like a gangbanger? While most Black Females who are ghetto trash and love the gangbangers don't survive to old age and retirement. Opposites attract.

White women are sluts - who need the hand of a strong man who is a player - most white males are taught otherwise - and hence become cucks or worthless gammas and lesser Betas. The qualities which are positives - and which White Feminists reject - are valued by Black Females who aren't ghetto.

Black Women & White Men - MGTOW

REVIEW: The Masculine Principle

OrbsCorbs said...

I don't really want to date an elderly black woman. I just like talking with them. They have a point of view you won't find in whitey.

Uh, no thanks on Laverne Cox. Does anyone else think it's odd she retained the name Cox?

From Wikipedia: "I do feel there is a preoccupation with that. The preoccupation with transition and surgery objectifies trans people. And then we don't get to really deal with the real lived experiences. The reality of trans people's lives is that so often we are targets of violence. We experience discrimination disproportionately to the rest of the community. Our unemployment rate is twice the national average; if you are a trans person of color, that rate is four times the national average. The homicide rate is highest among trans women. If we focus on transition, we don't actually get to talk about those things."

Anonymous said...

COX COx Cox cox............

John Smith said...

"I just like talking with them."

The Gamma within meant you missed the point - you have hand and control - THEY enjoy your company and attention. No dating or physical stuff needs to be involved.

John Smith said...

Maybe you need to visit "Old People's Homes" to visit and make friends -

Volunteer for Meals on Wheels - IF they'll pay your gas and expenses -

http://www.volunteerracine.org/

jeff hayes said...

black and white house is where the action is

Anonymous said...

Well it ain't no secret no more