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Posted on 07-24-15, 11:29 pm
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What do u think about habesha people who try to act like American when they try to forget there language and there culture????????
Posted on 07-24-15, 11:31 pm (rev. 4 by Estiph7 on 07-24-15, 11:41 pm)


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Idk y they do that bruh
Posted on 07-24-15, 11:33 pm (rev. 3 by Dizzz nuts on 07-24-15, 11:42 pm)
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Idk I love being habesha I would not trade it for anything in the world
Posted on 07-25-15, 12:14 am


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I think that is so much with the younger generation. Peer pressure is the main factor in now days but I believe parents should have a big role as far as for their kids not to forget their root and culture.
Posted on 07-25-15, 03:43 am


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I don't blame the kids, what do 8-12 years olds know if their parent don't teach them about their roots. most of them don't raise them the way they should be and their kids knowing English is the world to them(for the parents). this is one thing i dont understand the most. hey abel amazing topic something we should definetly talk about..keep it coming bro
Posted on 07-25-15, 01:09 pm
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