I still have problems believing that Favian is Hispanic reading his posts, lol (but anywho). Pretty much, saying "acting white" and/or "acting black" takes the extreme negative connonations that come from the stereotypes of that race (black or white) and adds it to the persona of whomever they're trying to describe. If the shoe doesn't fit, you get put on blast by someone saying "you're acting black/white." If there's a goofy White kid that's wearing a durag and talking hard...someone may say they're acting Black. If there's a Black guy dressed as a Goth, then someone will say he's acting White. As unfortunate as those stereotypes are (accurate or not, stereotypes are always unfortunate in the general scheme of things) it's a reality. Phenom is on some other shit with his post to me. Maybe I misread, or misunderstood the point he was trying to make. But it sounded kinda ignorant to me.