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I really would not like this setup because that is a very high chance of cat fighting and bro-blocking.
So back to what I was saying, I don’t think I or anybody else want to be doing any singles dating sites in 2012 with all of the danger out there.I also remember seeing two types of group dating setups.The first setup was where the whole female side was all friends and the whole guy side was all friends.Can This Be Done in the African-American Community?I think this type of group dating site can only occur in emerging African-American communities filled with people who moved to the city and they don’t know each other.We didn’t even know each other and started talking about Black male/female relationships, food, places we been and where people would like to travel to, they got friends and other places we can hang out and all of us brothas said “bowling! Here is the thing – I liked all three of the sistas and didn’t have to be all on one of them that night.
The brothas and the sistas both said they had a very good time and we all had a positive outing and we didn’t even know each other.
Not only I met new people, but I met people that my shallow behind like to see and that really made me felt really good about being there.
It was like those cruise ships where they put all the singles people at the table but you specify what kind of sexy you want to see and they deliver that for you.
I remember sistas showing up and having a flat booty and I specifically would write in my personals ad “NO FLAT BOOTY CHICKS! But with all this Craigslists and early release serial killers, deadbeats, down-low brothas and married or separated or bipolar women pretending they single all on the Internet trying to date, I cannot imagine any brotha or sistas seriously setting themselves up or making arrangement to have a chance encounter with what’s on the Internet today.
By the way, I have to interrupt this article with something I heard the week before last.
I was around brothas who like the kind of chicks I like and we ain’t ashamed to be about that either.