Black People Versus Their Counterparts

What happens when you go out? I know when I do, I live for the nights I won’t remember with the people I won’t forget. If you’re like me, you notice a difference in black people versus their counterparts.

There is a difference when you’re hanging out with your “white friends” and when you’re hanging out with your “Black friends.” Personally, I made a decision to never go to any club that may play Rick Ross at any point of the night. You just know when that music comes on, something is going to go down you don’t want to be a party to. I took the time to jot down a list of the differences that occur when you part with people of the different skin tone. (Save Lightskin Nation, they blend in and get in where they fit in.)

Black People Versus Their Counterparts in a Party

  1. White people go to the club and go straight to the bar, Black people go to the club and go straight to the bathroom.
  2. White people dance their own dance, Black people dance the popular dance to a song, or not at all.
  3. White people will drink everything that’s available including rail, Black people have their drink and stick to it. We’re convinced that we know how we react to our drink of choice.
  4. White people “get weird” when they go out, Black people get “trippy mane.”
  5. White people don’t understand why you pay the cover to buy drinks, Black people pay $40 to get into the club because it’s a holiday weekend.
  6. White people go crazy on St. Patrick’s Day, Black people go crazy on the First of the Month.
  7. White people’s favorite other race’s song in the club is “Put Your Ass Into It,” Black people’s favorite song in the club is anything by Justin Timberlake.
  8. White people get wasted, Black people get thrown.
  9. White people’s favorite bar song is “Sweet Caroline,” Black people’s favorite bar song is “Juicy.”
  10. White people drink until they drop, Black people, say, “Somebody gotta drink this ish.”
  11. White people are convinced that their song is the story of their life, Black people are convinced that “he ain’t talking about me.”
  12. White people love “All Gold Everything” but have to miss a few words, Black people don’t care where they are they’re always going to hit ALL the adlibs…
  13. White people don’t care who’s watching them when they’re in the club, Black people just don’t give a f*ck.
  14. White people snap pictures all night long to post on Facebook, Black people tell people, “Hey! I said NO PICTURES!.”
  15. White people make out on the dance floor, Black people send “what you doing after this?” texts after the club to keep it on the low.
  16. White people get horny when they get drunk, Black people get horny when they get drunk.
  17. White people get drunk and smoke a half a pack of Marlboro Lights, Black people get drunk and smoke half a pack of Black & Milds.
  18. White people are convinced that all their great nights are “legendary,” Black people are convinced all their great nights are “movies.”
  19. White people refrain from eating to save calories for drinking, Black people drink and then pig out at the local diner at 4 AM.
  20. White people say, “Last night, I was drunk so I don’t remember anything,” Black people say, “Long as my b*tches love me…”
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Now regardless of where you fall in, know that it’s all good when you’re hanging out and getting it in. The purpose of going out is to let go and cut loose. “Don’t hold the wall,” like seriously, don’t ever hold the wall.

What are some things that you do when you go out that are traditions for you, but you think no one else is doing? Also, how do you prepare to hang out with your “white friends” or “Black friends,” I know we all prepare differently.

I hope you agree to the list which I prepared differentiating – Black People versus their Counterparts!

Cheers, it’s the freaking weekend.

– Dr. J

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