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Updated on Thursday, May 29

#18183

OMG: You think living in Canada would make people much more closer and breed acceptance (not just tolerance) for everyone, of any immigrant background, native background, religion or whatever. Instead, we actually take one person's skin colour and culture, and create some imaginative separation between us. Like, if that's not madness, I have no idea what is.

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  1. Its not imagination. There are general truths in stereotypes. For example, white people can't dance. As a white guy, I have to say this is often very true, whenever we go to a club, my asian friends can dance, my brown friends can dance and my latino friends can dance. If I had any black friends, I'm sure they could also dance.

    Rural white people just don't value dancing as much as they probably should.

    Point being, there are definitely cultural divides that tend to follow racial lines.

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    1. See, you're just putting peoples in boxes. I'm white, and I can dance. Mind you, I'm of Eastern Europe decent, but regardless, if I didn't tell you that, I would've been a boxed white guy. Obviously people of certain skin colours match certain cultures, but what is happening is an ultimate universal label is being applied to people based off their colour/culture.

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    2. I'm also eastern european and think I can dance

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    3. 1 here. Notice how I didn't say every white person? It's a general observation and there are obviously many exceptions.

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    4. one could say too many exceptions

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  2. ikr fml i just wanna bang a white chick

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  3. You know what the problem is? A lot of immigrants don't WANT to be close to people of other races. Canadians welcome them and they choose to stick together and make fun of people in their own language.

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    1. This was not directed towards just native Canadians separating themselves, but for everyone.

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