Black Women confuse me!

Let me first say this I love black women, I love the way they look, the way they smell, the way they smile, I love their attitude (sometimes), and most of all I love their resolve.  But I always hear them complain about how black men treat them, which at times is very wrong but at others times its just in a man’s nature to do the thing that we do.  Now I am not and never have condoned cheating, domestic violence or verbal abuse towards another woman,  but when you give some Black Females an inch they take a mile.  About two weeks ago, I was bored at work so I decided to text all the self-respecting black women in my phone something nice, something uplifting. 

HERE’S WHAT I SAID

"I Just wanted to let you know that you’re a Beautiful Black Woman, and that no one can ever take that away from you. :)"

Now none of these ladies really peak my interest at all, some where friends, some where family and some were acquaintances.  The overall response was positive, until I found out that one the girls I texted told my homeboy that it was very weird of me to do that and she was wondering if i was interested in her.

When I found out today I was pissed to say the least, but it made me think, why do black women take a compliment for much more then what it is?

If a guy comes up to them says that your beautiful just take it as he saying you look nice or your appealing to him, but that doesn’t mean that he wants to get your number or he’s trying to holla at you he was just giving you a compliment.

So its just confusing to me, maybe I shouldn’t say nice things to black girls anymore or I should come at them with less respect.

Or maybe Black women should go with the flow stop looking at all the negative and look at things for what they are.

The 2011 Nba Draft just passed with not a lot of big names or quite frankly any guys that will be big time superstar players. The 2012 Draft should be a lot better and the next couple of drafts after should produce some new age talent for the NBA. nbadraft.net sent their scouts to look at the best high school basketball talent in the country, they cam down to a list of 10 guys who they believe can be the next set of stars in the NBA.