Eye Bleach Salesman
- Sep 7, 2009
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That's really interesting. My mom's NA heritage was apparent from her facial features and skin color. My dad had that "typical" appearance of a white man in the 50s. The 2 of them produced 7 kids.
I have a brother that EVERYONE mistakes for a Hispanic immigrant, which used to piss him off to no end. Lol My other brother, along with 2 of my sisters, look full-blood Native American, like my mother did.
My other 2 sisters are blond and look European, but tan easily, and in summertime people would ask them how they got their dark hair so blond without burning the ends up (because their bone structure was more NA than Caucasian. )
I'm the only "Irishman" in the bunch -- pale (SO pale, in fact, that I wound up in the hospital once from a sunburn. Fell asleep on the roof of the girls' dorm -- my NA best friend turned a beautiful shade of golden brown. I looked like a lobster ready to be dipped in butter and served on a bed of rice. And I have the scars on my back from the 2nd and a few 3rd degree burns. Last time I ever tried to tan. Not worth it ), dark auburn hair that turned bright red if I was outside in the summer a lot.
Genetics is a very interesting subject.
I didn’t marry a “big girl”, but over the last 34 years, I’ve ended up with a chubby wife. I wouldn’t trade my chubby 55 year old for any little hottie in that article.Nah! GED might love her, but I would just use her pics to torture you guys. I suspect some of you like the big girls too, and there is nothing wrong with that.
Based on my own personal experience, you shouldn’t call her chubby in front of other people. I don’t care how romantic it is!I didn’t marry a “big girl”, but over the last 34 years, I’ve ended up with a chubby wife. I wouldn’t trade my chubby 55 year old for any little hottie in that article.