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They are up to date on modern fashions, wear provocative clothing, and wear cosmetics. They can make any man instantly fall in love with their swift moves and confidence. They partticipate in many sport activites, going to the beaches, and love to travel. They pursue higher degrees and many will attend colleges in the states.
I am a Black woman (educated, not ghetto at all and no attitude) in early 30's, single and very open to Puerto Rican guys. I like the look, style, culture and dated a guy years ago and it was a great experience."; Julio then explains that in Puerto Rico, NEGRO [which of course means Black], is a term of endearment used in an affectionate manner.At one point Julio excuses himself from the table and Fred is alone at the table; he decides he wants to call the waiter so he says, "hey NEGRO! There was a Sandford and Son episode where the Puerto Rican character Julio invites Fred to a spanish restaurant and then while they are sitting at a table, Julio calls out to the latino waiter serving them something like "Oye NEGRO me puede traer un vaso de agua" [Hey Negro can you bring me a glass of water]; he says this in front of Fred Sandford who then asks Julio- "what did you call him NEGRO? Bit short but have perfect full figures with a bit of a trunk. These women love to stand out by wearing outlandish jewelry and clothing.