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Discussion => General Discussion Forum => Topic started by: Jay_Thomas on May 17, 2017, 01:08:38 PM

Title: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Jay_Thomas on May 17, 2017, 01:08:38 PM
 :nono2:  Neymar, you just keep on stepping, lil bro. This is not for you.  ;D

“Belinda Baidoo Model Search Africa” recently wrapped up its first season.


(http://img.huffingtonpost.com/asset/622_350/591b3c161e0000280062350b.png?cache=qxtuut3eth)



Baidoo, who’s signed to MSA Models herself, told HuffPost that she was inspired to create “BBMSA” several years after winning Top Model Afrique, a local program, in 1998. The competition allowed her to work and travel around the world as a model. “This was an opportunity that changed me completely as it boosted self-awareness, taught me to be independent and served as a medium where I felt accepted,” she said.


After returning back home to Ghana, Baidoo said she met a number of young girls who had what it took to become a model, but needed the tools and lessons to make it a career.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ghanaian-show-models_us_591b1a99e4b07d5f6ba66919?section=us_black-voices
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 17, 2017, 01:32:33 PM
4th from the right is beautiful.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 17, 2017, 01:52:11 PM
4th from the right is beautiful.

Neymar, if you would have watched the video in the link, you would understand what beauty is. She described unique features, clear skin, hairline, brows, eyelashes, -natural beauties. She said nothing about light skin.

This is the real beauty right here.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BSY4iuWhco2/

Neymar, I really take issue with you because when I look at the woman above, I see my mother, my aunts, my sisters.  I can't relate to your beauty standard, at all. I see nothing unique about a plain Jane with plain features. Don't get me wrong, they are kind of cute, but cute like the laundry detergent at the market. There is a  shelf filled with  indistinguishable brands. The one you end up selecting is the one that picks you, based on what you can afford.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 17, 2017, 02:38:26 PM

https://www.instagram.com/p/BTRAS24Bt5C/

(http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view4/1093529/c-mon-son-o.gif)

Cap you are just being a contrarian.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Jay_Thomas on May 17, 2017, 03:11:02 PM
 ;D  Neymar, didn't I tell you to keep on stepping cause this was NOT for you?

I know I did, I'm sure I did...I'm quite positive I did.

Now, I must put you in a Big brotha headlock!   :lol:
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Jay_Thomas on May 17, 2017, 03:13:09 PM

Neymar, if you would have watched the video in the link, you would understand what beauty is.

 :no:  no, he wouldn't.

Neymar's standard of beauty is 1-dimensional and mostly eurocentric-based.

Ain't knocking him for it, he's free to love what he loves.

What one eats does not make me chit.  :popcorn:
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 17, 2017, 03:32:55 PM

Neymar, if you would have watched the video in the link, you would understand what beauty is.

 :no:  no, he wouldn't.

Neymar's standard of beauty is 1-dimensional and mostly eurocentric-based.

Ain't knocking him for it, he's free to love what he loves.

What one eats does not make me chit.  :popcorn:

Jay, be honest.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BTRAS24Bt5C/

This looks like a guy who went to school with us.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Maroon and Gray on May 17, 2017, 04:25:00 PM
Neymar we got it, here she is just for you. 100% pure

(https://nypdecider.files.wordpress.com/2016/08/ann-coulter-face.gif)
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Jay_Thomas on May 17, 2017, 04:40:12 PM
 ::) Neymar, you tried it.

IT FAILED!

 :brickwall:
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Bison 4 Life on May 17, 2017, 04:52:45 PM
TBH none of them jumped out at me in any particular way, even the winner. :shrug:
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 17, 2017, 04:54:59 PM
This proves  Neymar has deep issues.  He searched for a picture  he considers unflattering of the model above and posted it just so he could hurl insults at a dark skinned person. This is what the media did to black people back in the day. As Donald Trump would say, --So Sad! 

Neymar why do you demean dark people with strong afrocentric traits? You entered the thread, after JT told you to stay away, and looked at the models and proclaimed that the one white looking one was the only beautiful lady in the bunch. Your sole goal was to crap on the dark ones.  :shrug: You could have said something like, "they all are beautiful, but the 4th  from the  left is more my cup of tea.'

What exactly did white folk do to you as a kid? Were you the only dark kid in your little group and they gave you hell for it? If I were your daddy, I would find the biggest blackest woman I could find and lock you in a room with her until y'all produce me a cute little chocolate grand baby, --that can also play ball.  ;D
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 17, 2017, 04:57:53 PM
TBH none of them jumped out at me in any particular way, even the winner. :shrug:

Bison, I hope you know that your post does not work in the current context of educating Neymar.  :no:
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 17, 2017, 07:32:37 PM
This proves  Neymar has deep issues.  He searched for a picture  he considers unflattering of the model above and posted it just so he could hurl insults at a dark skinned person. This is what the media did to black people back in the day. As Donald Trump would say, --So Sad! 

Neymar why do you demean dark people with strong afrocentric traits? You entered the thread, after JT told you to stay away, and looked at the models and proclaimed that the one white looking one was the only beautiful lady in the bunch. Your sole goal was to crap on the dark ones.  :shrug: You could have said something like, "they all are beautiful, but the 4th  from the  left is more my cup of tea.'

What exactly did white folk do to you as a kid? Were you the only dark kid in your little group and they gave you hell for it? If I were your daddy, I would find the biggest blackest woman I could find and lock you in a room with her until y'all produce me a cute little chocolate grand baby, --that can also play ball.  ;D

Im gonna fall back in here because I obviously think every woman in the final 12 of the competition are beautiful in their own ways.

I do know that Cap, as a man who was raised in America like you, you are not checking for a chick that goes to the same barber as you. This is a fact

It looks good to say you like:
https://www.instagram.com/p/BTRAS24Bt5C/

But we know ;D
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 17, 2017, 07:59:46 PM
That is not a bad photo. Take away the hair and makeup and strangely men and women look alike. Take away the hair and your sig photo would be a little cute white boy with a perky nose and blue eyes. .
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 17, 2017, 08:13:13 PM
That is not a bad photo. Take away the hair and makeup and strangely men and women look alike.

So you admit she looks like a dude.

I mean really if you are going down that route why not just marry a man. Hell, at least then you wouldnt have to deal with a period every couple of weeks :lol: :lol: :lol:

She looks like a 90's basketball player with that haircut.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 17, 2017, 08:45:53 PM
It takes more than a good looking face to keep a man from creeping.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 17, 2017, 09:02:29 PM
It takes more than a good looking face to keep a man from creeping.

A pretty face makes up for a lot of shortcomings though.....
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 18, 2017, 12:49:26 AM
It takes more than a good looking face to keep a man from creeping.

A pretty face makes up for a lot of shortcomings though.....

 :lol: Apparently you have not lived long enough and are inexperienced in the dating department. As you mature and become more seasoned, a person's face becomes very inconsequential. After  a while you don't even see a pretty/ugly face. All you see is the person you wake up beside every morning. You focus on how comfortable you feel being around them, how they take care of the home and the future of the family.
If you choose a partner based solely on their looks, you are going to end up with a string of train wreck relationships. More than a pretty face, I'm into someone who places a value on their physical fitness and health. That is number one for me. A person who exercises is going to have an ok body by default. If my partner gains weight along the way because of child birth or a health issue, that is fine with me as well. I'm smart enough to know that things change over time. Besides when you love someone, they can be 100 years old, but when you look at them, you will always see that hot 20 year old that you were attracted to years ago.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 18, 2017, 02:53:19 AM
It takes more than a good looking face to keep a man from creeping.

A pretty face makes up for a lot of shortcomings though.....

 :lol: Apparently you have not lived long enough and are inexperienced in the dating department. As you mature and become more seasoned, a person's face becomes very inconsequential. After  a while you don't even see a pretty/ugly face. All you see is the person you wake up beside every morning. You focus on how comfortable you feel being around them, how they take care of the home and the future of the family.
If you choose a partner based solely on their looks, you are going to end up with a string of train wreck relationships. More than a pretty face, I'm into someone who places a value on their physical fitness and health. That is number one for me. A person who exercises is going to have an ok body by default. If my partner gains weight along the way because of child birth or a health issue, that is fine with me as well. I'm smart enough to know that things change over time. Besides when you love someone, they can be 100 years old, but when you look at them, you will always see that hot 20 year old that you were attracted to years ago.

Thats assuming you get the hot 20 year old at the start, and not used goods.

I am 27, and really the age I date is roughly 18-22. These women are young, have a youthful glow, and everything is still exciting for them. I am inexperienced in that I only get involved with women I am serious about. The girl I lived with last year couldnt even remember 9/11. How wild is that? :lol: . Like, no recollection of that day at all.  The weirdest thing to me. Also they have not been jaded by life like the rest of us. All the girls I went to school with are now angry angry people. Probably rightfully so because dudes suck, but young girls dont know that yet so you arent getting all that baggage.


That last sentence is true though. Women hedge their bets on looks in youth in hopes that a guy sticks around in their old age when the looks fade.
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Capler on May 18, 2017, 11:44:01 AM
It takes more than a good looking face to keep a man from creeping.

A pretty face makes up for a lot of shortcomings though.....

 :lol: Apparently you have not lived long enough and are inexperienced in the dating department. As you mature and become more seasoned, a person's face becomes very inconsequential. After  a while you don't even see a pretty/ugly face. All you see is the person you wake up beside every morning. You focus on how comfortable you feel being around them, how they take care of the home and the future of the family.
If you choose a partner based solely on their looks, you are going to end up with a string of train wreck relationships. More than a pretty face, I'm into someone who places a value on their physical fitness and health. That is number one for me. A person who exercises is going to have an ok body by default. If my partner gains weight along the way because of child birth or a health issue, that is fine with me as well. I'm smart enough to know that things change over time. Besides when you love someone, they can be 100 years old, but when you look at them, you will always see that hot 20 year old that you were attracted to years ago.

Thats assuming you get the hot 20 year old at the start, and not used goods.

I am 27, and really the age I date is roughly 18-22. These women are young, have a youthful glow, and everything is still exciting for them. I am inexperienced in that I only get involved with women I am serious about. The girl I lived with last year couldnt even remember 9/11. How wild is that? :lol: . Like, no recollection of that day at all.  The weirdest thing to me. Also they have not been jaded by life like the rest of us. All the girls I went to school with are now angry angry people. Probably rightfully so because dudes suck, but young girls dont know that yet so you arent getting all that baggage.


That last sentence is true though. Women hedge their bets on looks in youth in hopes that a guy sticks around in their old age when the looks fade.

There is something refreshing about a person who is disconnected from politics, social issues, and global warming.  ;D But at the same time, there is something about them that frustrates the hell out of me. How can you not know who the governor is, or who Trump beat during the last presidential election? Yes I've had a few of those. You watching CNN and they come in and turn to one of the Atlanta reality shows.  :brickwall:
Title: Re: New Ghanaian Reality Show Seeks To Empower African Models
Post by: Neymar on May 18, 2017, 09:41:42 PM
It takes more than a good looking face to keep a man from creeping.

A pretty face makes up for a lot of shortcomings though.....

 :lol: Apparently you have not lived long enough and are inexperienced in the dating department. As you mature and become more seasoned, a person's face becomes very inconsequential. After  a while you don't even see a pretty/ugly face. All you see is the person you wake up beside every morning. You focus on how comfortable you feel being around them, how they take care of the home and the future of the family.
If you choose a partner based solely on their looks, you are going to end up with a string of train wreck relationships. More than a pretty face, I'm into someone who places a value on their physical fitness and health. That is number one for me. A person who exercises is going to have an ok body by default. If my partner gains weight along the way because of child birth or a health issue, that is fine with me as well. I'm smart enough to know that things change over time. Besides when you love someone, they can be 100 years old, but when you look at them, you will always see that hot 20 year old that you were attracted to years ago.

Thats assuming you get the hot 20 year old at the start, and not used goods.

I am 27, and really the age I date is roughly 18-22. These women are young, have a youthful glow, and everything is still exciting for them. I am inexperienced in that I only get involved with women I am serious about. The girl I lived with last year couldnt even remember 9/11. How wild is that? :lol: . Like, no recollection of that day at all.  The weirdest thing to me. Also they have not been jaded by life like the rest of us. All the girls I went to school with are now angry angry people. Probably rightfully so because dudes suck, but young girls dont know that yet so you arent getting all that baggage.


That last sentence is true though. Women hedge their bets on looks in youth in hopes that a guy sticks around in their old age when the looks fade.

There is something refreshing about a person who is disconnected from politics, social issues, and global warming.  ;D But at the same time, there is something about them that frustrates the hell out of me. How can you not know who the governor is, or who Trump beat during the last presidential election? Yes I've had a few of those. You watching CNN and they come in and turn to one of the Atlanta reality shows.  :brickwall:

I think because we, historically, have always used women as a way to separate ourselves from the outside world. You brave the elements of the world all day so that you could go home at the end of the day and play house. In a world you and her create, with a bubble keeping the outside world.

On the most basic of levels there is something "Sexy" about a woman who finds matters of the world beneath her. It oozes class. Thats why even now first ladies of the united states are given non worldly matters to occupy their time with.

Laura Bush had education
Michelle had those school lunches/obesity
Melania will fight against Online Bullying(the Irony of this looking at her husband is absurd).

Really the only time I can think of, at least with presidents, of a first lady handling a serious issue is hillary with Bosnia(she failed) and Crime(She failed), and Eleanor and her push for civil rights(which itself could have been seen as a trivial thing in the 30's).