Guy 2: No man, he's fake, cause he thinks he's the best and everybody wanna be like him! A dominican wants to be a dominican, ya got me?!
ptwoo: yoooo nigga she fine as hell !
*Contrary to popular belief, Dominicans do not want to be Puerto Rican infact there is some type of hatred between the two races
*If you are a light skinned Dominican be ready to be confused by another race
*Most of the ones from NY come from villages or towns and think they are the best and give bad names to other Dominicans that come from their towns and are successful
*They like platanos, salami, rice, beans, spaghetti, mushrooms, butter toast, chicken (alot), guayava, chinola, and that durian looking fruit that does not stink and tastes sweet, and pomegranates too
*We talk really fast (I'm Dominican in case you didn't get that)
*Women own estiticas aka hair salons
*Coño is a commonly used word in the Dominican vocabulary
*Like with any other race you have the cool people and the assholes who think they are gangster and what not
*Can sometimes be confused with Filipino (believe me I know)
*rrrrrroll r's alot
*Not all Dominicans are dark skinned
*If born in the Dominican Republic they will remember watching "DBZ" and "Ranma 1/2" on TV and the one of all time "Caballeros del Zodiaco"
Dominican: Because they don't say coño
Dominican: Hi my name is Lizbeth and I'm from the DR
P1: Really I thought you were Filipino
P2: yeah i thought you were black and white
P3: Do you eat salami and Plantains?
Generally, dominicans are viewed as very friendly people who are very proud of their culture. Often misconceptions have revolved around dominicans wanting to be puerto rican. As of early, this myth has been debunked. Studies have shown that while Puerto Rico has been better off economically, most Dominicans 'lost respect' for their cousin country for giving up its independence as a latin country to the US and thus becoming a commonwealth. Being ridiculed for this, Puerto Ricans have harbored feelings of resentment against dominicans and defend themselves by saying that dominicans want to be like them. Other surveys concluded that Dominicans take pride in their language and culture, while an alarming percentage of boricuas hardly speak spanish or not at all. Overall, the dominican/rican rivalry has not been ongoing for long, but it is a rather recent enmity ignited by foreign policy.
Dominicans are skilled in music (as well as Cubans and Puerto Ricans)
"Aah, my friend...they are Dominicans"