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"; Julio then explains that in Puerto Rico, NEGRO [which of course means Black], is a term of endearment used in an affectionate manner.At one point Julio excuses himself from the table and Fred is alone at the table; he decides he wants to call the waiter so he says, "hey NEGRO! There was a Sandford and Son episode where the Puerto Rican character Julio invites Fred to a spanish restaurant and then while they are sitting at a table, Julio calls out to the latino waiter serving them something like "Oye NEGRO me puede traer un vaso de agua" [Hey Negro can you bring me a glass of water]; he says this in front of Fred Sandford who then asks Julio- "what did you call him NEGRO?All that being said, Puerto Ricans traditionally welcome and embrace black women, so long as they can reciprocate in like manner. Most families will welcome a son's beloved one regarless of her skin color, so long as she has class, charm, a warm smile, and is not all ghetto.There was a Sandford and Son episode where the Puerto Rican character Julio invites Fred to a spanish restaurant and then while they are sitting at a table, Julio calls out to the latino waiter serving them something like "Oye NEGRO me puede traer un vaso de agua" [Hey Negro can you bring me a glass of water]; he says this in front of Fred Sandford who then asks Julio- "what did you call him NEGRO? Bit short but have perfect full figures with a bit of a trunk. These women love to stand out by wearing outlandish jewelry and clothing.

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I am a Black woman (educated, not ghetto at all and no attitude) in early 30's, single and very open to Puerto Rican guys. I like the look, style, culture and dated a guy years ago and it was a great experience.

Hola a todos, soy una joven d 18 a-os de edad super estudiosa y trabajadora.

Me gusta conseguir las cosas por mi misma y soy sumamente independiente.

I wasn't ready for a serious relationship at that time though so our relationship was brief.

I'm wondering though how do Puerto rican families generally take to a guy dating a black woman?

I am a Black woman (educated, not ghetto at all and no attitude) in early 30's, single and very open to Puerto Rican guys. I like the look, style, culture and dated a guy years ago and it was a great experience.

Hola a todos, soy una joven d 18 a-os de edad super estudiosa y trabajadora.

Me gusta conseguir las cosas por mi misma y soy sumamente independiente.

I wasn't ready for a serious relationship at that time though so our relationship was brief.

I'm wondering though how do Puerto rican families generally take to a guy dating a black woman?

Puerto rican women will expect to be put on a pedestal and all attention is to be on her.