I'm sure that everyone knows the one that I'm talking about where the black guy is sitting on the couch eating some Twix and his girlfriend, wearing very tight pants, bends over and says, "Do I look fat in these?" The camera gets all up in her behind which is supposed to be so 'big', (though it looks to be an average size for an African American woman). The guy is afraid to say anything so he stuffs Twix down his throat, after which the woman says, "Thank you," and "Love you," and struts away. Anyway, at first I thought this commercial was funny, but then... I don't know. I wonder if it is promoting the Eurocentric view that only the skinny, 110-pound waif-like frame is an acceptable size for women. It is also unrealistic, because most black men LIKE women that were like her with a voluptuous figure. Now, if it was someone like Monique or Queen Latifah saying "Do I look fat in these," it would be a different story. So what are your thoughts on this? Is it just a silly commercial, or is it white culture subconsciously or maybe consciously spewing out its stereotypical views against black women? Opinions from both men and women are welcome.