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Black don’t crack and brown don’t frown.

African-American Proverb. Translated to: “Black people get old, but we don’t look old.” A means of saying black people always look younger than what age they really are because our faces do not sag, loose shape, or wrinkle up, contrary to our age counterparts. 

SEE: Halle Berry, Bianca Lawson, Stacey Dash, Will Smith, Morris Chestnut, Taye Diggs, Nia Long.

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[Your sister’s name] [Your brother’s name] [Your cousin’s name] [Your sister’s name] [Your name]
African American Parents trying to get a child’s attention. (via blackproverbs)

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