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originnone originnone 46-50, M 6 Answers Dec 26, 2013 in Doing Good

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A black candle? Are we having a black mass? Seriously though, what's the black candle for?

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Kwanzaa. Not a "black mass"---in that sense.

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Lol. Thank you. I wasn't sure what it was for. I'll have to light one. Hell, do I even have one?? Hmm.

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It's for the first day of Kwanzaa. It represents unity. I don't remember what the other six days represent.

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For Umoja (Kwanzaa) ? No, but my best friend's family did. They celebrate every year.

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My old boss does too. I think you're the only person who knew what I was talking about. I call him every December 26. He works near San Francisco now, so I never see him.

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I wish, don't have one. I have heard that, it washes away Evil from your home..

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I hadn't heard that. I used to light about a dozen candles in my man cave. I figured I'd eventually burn the place down, so I stopped.

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really? You must be a very Romantic man.

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probably more weird than romantic! LOL

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No...was I supposed to?

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first day of Kwanzaa. So nice to see you!!!

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Ahh...nice to see you too!

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Kwanzaa, are you Jewish?

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No. It's an African American tradition, relatively new.

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i see, you live in south africa? you looks white to me.
Is this you in the picture?

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It's me. There are better pictures of me in my profile. I'm in the US.

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