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Maybe, I just take everythng too personally, but one major issue is that he is ALWAYS sarcastic, and a lot of times, I feel like he is a.) picking on me, b.) not appreciating me c.) not satisfied with me, etc.He makes a BIG ISSUE over simple things I ask him to do also, because he always thinks that I'm going to make him appear soft in front of other people. Intellectual Woman: I do resent the fact that you automatically refer to Trinidadian women as undereducated.
We (americans and trinis, or people for other country) will always prefer what we know best.
Antonio I appreciate your candor and I understand for the most part but if one knows what they prefer why get involve and take from the person if you know that you have no intentions of being serious I'm not naive but I give as well as I take and because I'm from America doesn't mean that I should be used Your origin doesn't matter to me as long as you treat me right I will forever be there for you An open-mind will learn from each other I'll give you a helping hand my dear.
I have dated African-American women before and you can go ask everyone one of them if I ever used them before.
In actuality, one can argue that I was probably used by them.
Despite the fact that we go to the same school, have the same EXACT SAT score, and were accepted into the SAME tier of universities, and that I have a genius IQ, he persists on interjecting at all times that he IS SMARTER than I. I am soical worker and when to college to become one. I belived, human beings should be soical to each other and not hate someone because of the brith their country.
This is the case with other Trini men at my school as well. I think I can never live like that, I am to much of bigger person.
Myself as well 98% of my male friends (all College educated) already know that we must return to what we know in order to find ourselves a suitable mate.
Sorry, don't mean to dissapoint you but this is the way it is.
I have nothing against them, but we (I'm a born and bred Trini) do not match well.