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On Sunday, Us Weekly reported that the couple had split.'Jasmine was traveling a bunch and they weren't spending as much time together,' a source told the site.If you grew up watching television in the '80s and '90s, you remember the groundbreaking hit sitcom A Different World.Every week, millions tuned in to see Dwayne Wayne, played by Kadeem Hardison, trying to win the affection of stuck-up Southern belle Whitley Gilbert, portrayed by Jasmine Guy.When Jasmine over at Zooming Japan asked me to write about dating Japanese women, my first thought was, “Ain’t no way Ken Seeroi’s touching that one.” In case you haven’t noticed, people are majorly opinionated about Their Japan. And that’s just But you know, if there’s one thing Ken Seeroi never backs down from, it’s a challenge. But I can’t deny that I’ve heard that foreign guys are popular . And not just Japanese folks either; I mean foreigners. Oh now somebody else starts rambling about traditional homes being all infused with zen beauty, and rock gardens, and koi fish. And so it goes, in France, Germany, Bermuda, and all over the world.
One (legally recognized) marriage, four baby mamas, and eight kids later, Eddie Murphy is none worse for the wear.
And although I’ve never met her, from what I gather she’s a very cool person. For some reason Japanese women seem to find even ugly foreign guys attractive …..” Now I don’t even know what hackles are, but if I’ve got any, I’m sure that got them up. So do foreign guys also go out with Japanese women? I personally think the “foreign guy with Japanese girl” sighting is pretty rare.
Plus, Jasmine kind of got my hackles up with a previous post. She’s a German blogger, and I give her mad props for being able to write so well in English. At least getting one woman after another into your bed, is really easy, even if you’re quite ugly! Men and women are meeting each other, at clubs, coffee shops, and at the mailbox on the corner. And you probably don’t notice it much unless—-oh wait—-they’re of different races.
"The first season, the show was about Lisa Bonet, and I was grateful because I saw the kind of fame hell that she was always in, with paparazzi and people in the trees," Jasmine says.
"So, I always felt like, 'Oh, I like the work part, but I don't know if I like that part of it.' ...