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By the way, lacrosse and soul train are stand-ins for whatever that means for you and your would be Chad.Lacrosse could equal skiing, windsurfing or flip-flops. As long as you’re both willing to learn and share then you both get something out of it.At that point, move on to the next Chad or take the direct approach and ask him directly if he likes you, at that point you have nothing to lose.So by past I mean either, he’s never dated a black girl before and he knows nothing about us or he’s only dated black girls and is obsessed with us. If he’s a total newbie, I think it’s ok if he learns on the job. Honestly, move over Serena Williams, because you’re in town now!Whatever the reason, it doesn’t matter to me why you’re reading this article. I’m black, my man is white and we’ve been together for over six years.Which is to say, it looks and feels like a regular conversation. But, it could also just be a legit platonic hang out. Chad could also deny it not because he’s shy but because he wants to play coy and flirty, something like “A date? Oh no, [wink wink] just wanted to hang with you.” Which is still confusing. ”I recommend using context clues to determine if you’re dating. They don’t conquer black girls the way their ancestors conquered countries.
Yes, you’ll have to be the first to explain hair grease and jumping the broom, and all of that takes time and patience, but the time spent will be worth it.Here’s a tip though, offer to bring a side dish when you’re going to see his people.You shouldn’t show up empty-handed to someone’s house anyway — you know that.Soul train could mean double dutch, spades or sending food back unapologetically. You don’t have to become an avid hiker or wear Teva’s (yikes, please don’t) just because he does. You should at least politely taste everything someone gives you — you know that already, don’t act like your momma didn’t raise you right.But I say, be open to trying new things at least once. At family events his Mom, cousin, Aunt (pronounced “Ant” for some reason) etc may bust out a white version of a dish that your family makes and you know by the looks of it that it’s not going to taste the same as (read: as good as) your family’s. Will you be subjected to a lifetime of mediocre, under seasoned, undercooked, collard greens? Don’t make a stink eye about it if you don’t like it.