Black People : Dr Phil: My Husband Wants Me to Look Like Beyonce

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    yeah.. and if you think about it.. it would be just as ridiculous if it were a woman. I could never stand dudes.. or women.. like this..
     
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    Beyonce not even all that... I can understand if he had said Malina Williams, Nicole Ari Parker, Nia Long, Monica (singer), Brandy (Moesa), Eve (rapper), Chili (TLC), Regina Hall, Keri Hilson, Alicia Keys.....

    I can go on and on...

    And that's not to beyonce dont look good but she aint the cream of the crop..
     
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    wow...
     
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    In feel ya on this one. I mean, she is a beautiful black woman (I guess, through all that make up and all), but she really ain't all that to me.
     
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    I saw this program and was yuckified at this jerk. Especially when he's standing before the mirror bragging about brushing his hair 1,000 times!

    As for Bey, she look aw'ight. (not a fan of 'weaves')
     
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    it's a trip though how they never really try to fix the dudes.. (especially the black ones on Dr. Phil..) .. with the exception of Iyanla.. the dudes are all presented as static, immoveable, unfixable beings. It would be interesting to delve down into this dudes psyche and figure out how he became this way.. dig into the whole lightskin darkskin dynamic in the black community and how it impacts personality disorders.. etc..
     
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    1,000 times, really? Hell after 10 times my arm is tired... if the kitchen is half did, it's just half did.:lol:

    Peace!
     
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    Hold on! I don't recall any mention of dark/light skin on the program (and please! I don't want to have to watch the whole RIDICULOUS thing again!)?

    As for digging into the black community for any dysfunctional THINKING, I don't think Dr. Phil is the one. I saw one program where he was all gung-ho to have this Native American guy give up his kid to a white couple. The Native American on the program was dead set against it, and although he didn't go into the reason(s) why, I "know" them. Whites have been wrenching Native kids from their families for centuries, putting them in boarding schools, taking them from their families and fostering them to white families (many of which, the father rapes the native girl). One whole generation of Native kids were taught to hate their language, customs and traditions..... which they didn't learn in the first place in those boarding schools (where many, if not most, were leased to white farmers to work in the fields for 8 hours/day). At any rate, it's a "thumbs down" on Dr. Phil mucking around in black folks' heads for me.
     
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