Discuss culture, living, traveling, relocating, dating or anything related to the European Countries.
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"The object of life is not to be on the side of the majority but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor and stoic philosopher, 121-180 A.D.
Lol. That list is a fairly accurate description of middle class white people. However, working class white people and truly upper class white people don't care about most of these things, so the list wouldn't apply to them very much.
Hey, I'm white and I've never even heard of Michel Gondry, Mos Def or Wes Anderson--maybe this is why I'm such a social outcast. And I don't want to be the only white person around; I want to be swimming in a sea of Eastern European beauties--even when I'm eating!
I'd like Eastern European beauties serving me food and beer while wearing medieval dresses with corsets and tightly-laced bodices which display their cleavage perfectly.
This gives you an idea:
However, I think this woman's corset is flattening her breasts instead of pushing them up and allowing them to "be all they can be". But it was the best pic of medieval cleavage that I could find at the moment.
I wouldn't want to use the naked woman as a plate though. I never found the idea of mixing food and sex very appealing. I wouldn't mind licking some red wine or champagne of a woman's nipples though. However, if women want to play around with long, smooth vegetables on their own time, I don't mind.
The list's observation about how different styles of t-shirts reflect a person's social status was dead accurate though (at least in snobby areas of the country). Rich kids definitely don't wear t-shirts with NFL logos on them. The higher you go, the more plain and subdued the clothing becomes.
If you're meeting some old money snobs during the summer, play it safe and skip all the crappy t-shirts and wear a polo shirt instead. This is one of many reasons that I don't think the list applies to upper class people either, except perhaps their children when they go through a Paris-Hilton-esque, "bad taste" rebellion phase while they're young.
I once lived near a private boarding high school for the ultra-rich (it was like an old, historic college campus overlooking the ocean) and the boys there tried to look like bad little homeboys on the weekends (when they didn't have a dress code) with their black beanie hats and torn, baggy clothing. But when they grow up, they'll be wearing polo shirts and fine suits just like their fathers.
However, many upper-middle class or "nouveau riche" people don't know any better and are stuck with all the annoying characteristics of that list their whole lives.
For the record, I'm not rich. I just grew up as a poor boy in a rich town. I've lived in marble apartments, homeless shelters, and everything in between.
Yes, I've been to a medieval fair called King Richard's Fair in Massachusetts. It was a lot of fun. There was a jousting show and a pig roast. Really strong men could try to throw axes at targets for prizes. I was about 14 at the time, so I could hardly even lift the axes.
It appears I'm not the only man who has noticed the wonders of medieval cleavage:
"The “Faire ladies of the realm” are invited to be daring without baring it all at the King Richard’s Faire Cleavage Contest, to be held on Saturday, September 8th (rain date, Sunday, September 9th).
Members of the King’s court are eagerly awaiting the judging of the Cleavage Contest, which will take place on the King’s Stage at 4 PM. Pre-registration is not required, contestants merely need to line up at the stage shortly before judging begins, and show proof of age.
Prizes will be awarded in three categories:
1. Most authentic 16th century renaissance dress revealing cleavage.
2. Most buxom wench.
3. Most daring neckline.
Winners in each category will receive passes for four to King Richard’s Faire, and will be invited to accompany the King and his royal court onto the Dais for the 5pm joust."
I think that should say Stuff that American white people like cos it doesn't really apply to us English
Jackal - have to agree there. One of the sexiest things in Bavaria or round Austria is women in these
I don't know why - but a woman dressed up is sexier than one naked.
white people like booze. almost everything they do revolves around booze. if 2 friends that havent seen each other in 5yrs, they say lets meet up for a drink, whereas a chinese will probably say meet up for dinner. white people are also obsessed with blond hair. they like that aryan hitler ideal type. i personally find dark hair spanish, and italians to be more attractive but they seem to think that blond is the standard of beauty. im thinking this woman would be real popular amongst white people.
but i personally would find someone like this better.
That list makes no sense. It's just nonsense to read on a Sunday Morning.
You are onto something, but I would venture to say that the list mostly refers to "liberal" white middle class people under age 50. Whites from the middle class are diverse according to region and those from Greenwich Village, NYC have little in common with those from Charleston, SC or Omaha, NE.
The arrogant twit who wrote this is oversimplifying whites into a stereotype. There are whites who love Obama and whites who are anti-Obama "Teabaggers," both of whom are middle class but are worlds apart culturally.
That's a unique costume, medieval dresses??? I like that..
This is the stuff that white AMERICANS like. Another myopic observation by a person who thinks
The world is America
The world ( like America) is divided into Blacks, whites, etc.
I hate it when in dating sites they advertise Filipinas and put ethnicity "Asian". Filipinos do not list themselves like that in their country. They are just Filipinos and then they are divided by the languages they speak.
Here in Crimea people do not think of themselves as whites. Here the ethnicity is either Russian, Ukrainian, Jewish or Tartar. All are Crimeans and all are citizens of Ukraine. No "whites" here. Unless they dress in white clothes.
I was in Odessa now and some guy asked me to talk to some girl on the phone. She talked to me and then she asked me one question to ascertain who I was. The question was: " Are you a citizen of Ukraine?". That was it.
None of this black and white nonsense.
A brain is a terrible thing to wash!
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