Growing up in Riverside, I wasn't given the opportunity to date as many black girls. Besides, I've always dated a girl based on if I liked her and enjoyed her company. Her race was never an issue or consideration. If I'm attracted to you, I'm attracted to YOU, not your race. I guess for other people looking in from the outside, they assumed different.
I'm not that superficial nor am I shallow enough to only date a woman because of her race. As long as she has a nice smile, a sense of humor, an empathetic heart, is a brunette, doesn't nag me...and has a fat booty...she's my type.
Anyway...on to the review! Upon first bite, the flavor is a little underwhelming. I taste a slight vinegar flavor with an mellow savory paprika finish. As I eat more of them, the flavor begins to build and they become really good! The vinegar flavor begins to pop more and the supporting flavors which I'm assuming are bbq and paprika because of the picture on the bag, become much more prominent. Sweet, salty, and savory. If you like that savory vinegar taste like me, you'll really enjoy these! 4 outta 5 on the chip mack scale.