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I’m A Black Woman and I Don’t Have The Joyful Cleaning Gene

I know I won’t pass the white sock test and I don’t care.

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This is a righteous rant — so buckle up buttercup this Black chick’s magic doesn’t include a broomstick or Airwick.

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