Your one-note kindergarten troll bit is pretty tired.
I saw my black friend eating inside a McDonald's from the drive-thru at 3am this morning. We knew it had to be him because he has a mohawk*. He plays in a metal band and hates rap.
*I want a mowhawk, but my mom won't let me get one.
If by "acts black", you mean "has a giant penis", then JohnnyNemesis is my black friend who acts black.
On a serious note, my black friends are not Americans, so I guess it'd be pretty hard to define what "acting black" means. They eat super hella spicy food and are incredibly talkative/social/friendly. Those are probably the only characteristics that describe all three of them. Is that what you were looking for, bighead? I bet it is.
There's an idea of what it means to "act black" that has some basis in reality. Is pretending to be unaware of this part of the big city liberal package? lol
Anyway, I have two black friends. They're kind of friends of friends, but I made a connection with them so they're my friends too. One of them is one of those skaterboarding black guys. That doesn't count. The other is one of those Jamaican black guys that is about 1000% more friendly than other black people, and people in general. That doesn't count either. I don't have any black friends that actually act black.
Black people who act black. For some odd reason, the entire premise of this seems a bit stupid.
Do you have any white friends that actually act white?
I listen to a lot of rap and I think white girls are hot. That's acting black right? I'm a white guy that acts black. Does that count?
My husband likes fried chicken, purple drank, and watermelon. Does that count?
Mind you, those three things are staples of a southern diet.