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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert View Post
    No else thought that was funny?

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    yo peep the soundklikk in my sig & peep that Bamboo King, shits craaAAZZYY!!!

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    Brilliant work SUNNY.












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    Quote Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS View Post
    why did they change it from "his head like the pure wool" - to "his head was white like wool" ?
    Could easily mean the same thing...

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    his hair is like wool

    to

    his hair is WHITE like wool

    confuses things


    and then

    all wool is not white
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    But the pure wool could mean white wool as opposed to wool with varying colours..

    This was a very long time ago remember..

    language changes thru slang thru time...

    i see your point but this could and is seen from lot of different points..

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    how is pure wool white ?

    brown or black wool is not pure wool ?

    do you think they saw it that way way back then ?

    white wool is pure and all other colors of wool are not pure ?

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    throughout human history though, the color white is considered the color of cleanliness n pureness
    cash rules. still don't nothin move but the money

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS View Post
    how is pure wool white ?

    brown or black wool is not pure wool ?

    do you think they saw it that way way back then ?

    white wool is pure and all other colors of wool are not pure ?

    Yeah im saying they saw pure wool as white wool back then..

    I might be wrong but it makes sense that pure wool would be pure white back then so there was no need to bleech it before dying it funky coluors like they used to..

    Thats definitely onepoint but but ive only read the quote you quoted it may be total racist whitewash of his colour..

    give us your view..

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    Quote Originally Posted by drippie k View Post
    throughout human history though, the color white is considered the color of cleanliness n pureness

    actually white was used to describe the color of grain. also white as in white wine.

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