THE CRAZIEST MOST EXTREME AB WORKOUT I’VE EVER MADE. Reblog if you want to take the challenge.
I am watching the BET Awards and to be honest I have mixed feelings. They have a segment to remember the Civil Rights Movement but it seems to me tonight this is the only time that they really honored their past and culture. The n word was being thrown around tonight, most of the songs were talking about hoes/bitches, and rappers like Lil Wayne, known for disrespecting black women, are given awards.
I saw a lot of people singing along with the terrible rap and r&b of today, yet there weren’t a lot of people singing with Lionel Richie.
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Can someone explain to me why in almost every romantic Kdrama I’ve seen one of the main characters have to leave in the last or second to the last episode and the they other character has to wait on them to get back? I can only recall two Kdramas that have not ended this way. I just don’t understand why this same ending is continuously repeated.
Met a guy who is amazing. Who accepts me n wants to take care of me but he’s not my preference which is korean.He is white of polish descent. N I can’t get over that a wonderful guy has come in a package I don’t prefer.when I’m with him its great but its amazing when I imagine him as asian. I must…
While it is okay to have preferences, I think you need to reevaluate what you want in a boyfriend. The fact that a guy is Korean is not a reason to date, be in a relationship or marry him. Korean men like all men come in all different shapes and sizes. Your focus should NOT be on where a guy is from but what his values are, where he sees himself in a few five years, what his hobbies are, etc. The only thing that I think that you like about Korean men is the fact that they are from Korea, nothing else. You seem to be obsessed with that fact. You failed to mention anything about this guy that is showing interest in you, except for the fact that he is not from Korea and he is not Asian. How would you feel if someone only wanted to date you because of the country that you were born?
The fact that you seem to be so obsessed with Korean men suggests that you will accept any Korean man that comes your way. Which means that you would also accept abuse as long as the guy is Korean.
"As someone who identifies himself as an African man, I try to show that pride in my work. I also try show the importance of freedom. That another person’s perception or fear of your Blackness should in no way be limiting you from being who you feel in your heart you are.
You can dress how you’d like, or undress how you’d like. Your good times should be celebrated and your down times should be embraced. I want my work to be an example for the developing youth. So that they too can see representation of themselves that isn’t one-dimensional.
I feel blessed to have the mentality that I am an African artist. I see the world differently. And this mentality is rooted in having the desire to know where I come from. Let’s give Black kids that same desire.”