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Being asked where are you from implies that you do not actually belong in the country you are in which is why it is racist/rude to ask in that way. If you want to know someone’s ethnic background you just ask her, what’s your ethnicity/cultural background? But that shouldn’t be your first question. How is it racist. She has brown skin. You laugh I laugh you cry I cry you take my Jameson Irish Whiskey I kill you shirt I used to get asked it all the time when I lived overseas. They would even mimic my accent. I hardly pulled the race card. People know what they mean I was speaking to a Londoner last night. He was a black guy with dreads when I asked where he was from originally he answered, born in Surry but parents from Kenya.
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We went on to have a fab convo about Kenya and how he was going back this year to meet his family. Smiles all round. There was an Italian guy there also, people think I am Spanish and Muslim also as I am dark, We all laughed together. You laugh I laugh you cry I cry you take my Jameson Irish Whiskey I kill you shirt It’s getting outrageous now the way the word racism is being thrown around like some weapon. If people worked on their self-development. The next time someone asks a question like this, it can openly be answered. Let people be proud of their Heritage and stop making it an issue. And also ket people be accepting. There is only one race The Human Race
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Still not getting it the video shows a continuous stream of questioning because saying she was from London wasn’t enough explanation for her brown skin. Seriously, now when this happens to me I give them a very long and detailed history lesson on the colonization of India till their eyes glaze over! Ask me one question, one answer should be enough asked for further explanation and you are going to get the seriously long version and wish you hadn’t friggin gone there. As someone who would ask that question I can tell you that you are wrong, people are usually interested in your heritage and wish to learn something about different cultures.