Yap... that mostly our black brother/sister can told us but I have seen less wrinkles on their faces and some people are really in amazing shape.. go to gym and you see best bodies are mostly black guys
Gusto, I don't see any jacked Asians in my gym. Mostly white guys do weight lifting. Indians and Asians usually go on treadmill or do some fuckery with machines. I've seen only few black guys in my gym and they are decent, but only do legs for some reason.
Wtf? White folk? Indian guys start to look like uncles immediately after their wife has a kid even if they are under 30. As soon as that kid pops out it's $10 sweat pants from Lowes and the trusty fake Ralph Lauren Polo they bought at an airport at least a decade ago.
Ok OP I got it thanks.. ya I saw many wrinklish face of white people may be because they have mostly dry skin due to weather they live in...also due to same reason they tend to stay inside home which makes their hair early white or baldness I guess... Indians and other ethnicities are having tanned skin and mostly oily skin which prolong the wrinkles but on the other hand they tend to have unshaped body (Not all but in general mostly)
I think it’s simply collagen. White people have less collagen and so age the fastest. Black people and Asian people have more collagen from what I remember and appear to show signs of aging much slower.
Also, you can’t forget about the sun! The less the sun, the better.
I agree with your first para... but I have seen otherwise the more the sun the better but depends on the air quality too... hence mostly in cold countries there is more deficiencies of vitamin D which produce naturally by skin with Sun rays...
This is fine and all but if you suggest that whites are worse at aging, than you may have to admit that whites are better at something else than other races. And that would be racist and not acceptable
I did not say that. I am saying saying whites don't age well is not as significant and bad as whites are lazy, it just doesn't feel the same. But I can imagine this might as well offend someone, for example you. It's just sensitive talking about race. Generally it's easier to get away with generalization if you say something nice though :)