LaDiabla (ladiabla) wrote in thequestionclub,
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So there is this beautiful man who lives in my subdivision. He jogs at the same time every day, so I go out and sit in the yard with Seamus and wait for him to go by. We always say hello and a few time he has stopped to pet Seamus. He is honestly one of the of the most beautiful people on earth, you can't help but stare at him.
I was telling my brother about him and described him like this; Tall, muscular build, very friendly/warm face and just all around nice person. I also said he had the most beautiful skin I have ever seen in my life. He has very dark black skin it almost has a blue look to it, it is sooo beautiful with no flaws. My brother got all up in my face saying that was a really racist thing to say (hat his skin had a 'blue' look to it). Is it? I remember when I was in Jamaica a lot of the women I met there had that very same beautiful skin tone. I feel horrible thinking all this time it would be racist to think that. I myself find very dark skin very attractive and striking. But is it wrong for me to have said it had a blue tone? I have never had anyone else ever say this to me and now I feel really bad.
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