There's just a comfort to adding an AfricanBlackDark-Skinner to our shows!!! (Occasionally.) If you ask me, the fun is in adding your own take on their identities!!! Now, some folks, such as American whites in the entertainment industry, prefer the--uh--'white chocolate' (if you know what I mean) for their shows. I think their rationale is... Hold on. Let me think...It's something along the lines of: 'melting-pot yada, yada, homogeneity-within-diversity', or something--
Don't ask me what that means.
I don't know, and I don't care!
All I know is that it's not for me.
I've ALWAYS liked my characters as BlackityBlackBlackestDark Chocolate as possible!!! HOW ELSE can I spice up my shows AND show my viewers that I'm pRoGrEsSiVe?!
So, without further ado, let's get to it!
Since you didn't ask me to, I (a bona-fide, non-African, un-Black, something-or-other-somebody looking to be edgy) am gonna teach YOU (a likely non-Black, un-African, somebody somewhere itching to virtue-signal) how to make my world-famous and delicious Easy Black Spice Pops.
It's the perfect side-dish for every affair! Best of all? It's diversity a la carte!