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    Default The people of Senegal (West Africa)







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    Fulani (Peul, Halpulaar, etc)

    (mulatta)

    Wolof

    (x Peul)
    (x Soninke)

    Soninke



    Mandingue



    Diaranke




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    Wow. There's something sexy about a somewhat caucasion looking upper face, full lips and dark brown skin that I love. Ideal imo. The look that is uncommon, but imo highly desirable.

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    These are Serer, the third largest ethnic group in Senegal after wolof and Fulani (peulh). Apparently they are most related to wolof and also switching now to wolof language.










    another map of senegalese ethnicities/languages




    These are all pictures of people with senegalese nationality, ethnicity not specified. But most likely most of them are wolof.

    This woman though looks like she could be capeverdian (about 25.000 living in Dakar)





















































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    I probably have Senegalese ancestry as well, one of my ancestors, Great Great Grandfather was the like the darkest type of senegalese shown here, and very tall over 6'4. There is a weird connection between Senegal and the Dominican Republic, its an enigma in a way. There is a town in the D.R called Bani, according to the official descriptions of the town, the word Bani is a Taino word that means abudance of water.... Turns out that in Senegal there is a River called Bani! Coincidence? Pre-Columbian Senegalese expeditions? Simple misquote of a word that is Wolof and not Taino, not sure, but i hope to find out one day.

    Bani, Dominican Republic. http://www.fallingrain.com/world/DR/17/Bani.html

    Bani, Senegal: http://www.fallingrain.com/world/SG/10/Bani.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grasshoppa View Post


    Wow. There's something sexy about a somewhat caucasion looking upper face, full lips and dark brown skin that I love. Ideal imo. The look that is uncommon, but imo highly desirable.

    something that you like but different
    familiarity and something new like cinnamon chocolate on your egg nog..
    from black to yellow to brown

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