Jamaican dating and relationships
Yep, you’re dating Jamaican man, sweetheart, and they will not look kindly on you having a lot of male friends.
He will think the other man is thinking what he thinks when he looks at you and it drives him crazy! They will find nothing wrong with staying at home and depending on you to support them.
But perhaps his most provocative statement, and the one that generates the most publicity, is the fact that Banksy's true identity has always been a jealously guarded secret, known to only a handful of trusted friends. Such is the curiosity about Banksy that when the great man threw a pizza box into a bin in Los Angeles, the box resurfaced on auction site e Bay, with the seller suggesting that the few anchovies left inside might yield traces of his DNA.
He is the Scarlet Pimpernel of modern art, so adept at leaving false trails that even his own agent has claimed that he is not certain of his identity.
However, this man claimed not only to have met the elusive artist but was able to furnish us with a name - not the usual variations of the name Banks but one all the more intriguing.
The man in the photograph, he insisted, was formerly known as Robin Gunningham - and it didn't require much imagination to work out how such a name could result in the nickname Banksy.
And far from being a radical tearaway from an inner-city council estate, the man we have identified as Banksy is, perhaps all too predictably, a former public schoolboy brought up in middle-class suburbia.
Mystery boy: Robin Gunningham in 1989 when he was a pupil at Bristol Cathedral School, below Robin's father, Peter Gordon Gunningham, 66, is a retired contracts manager from the Whitehall area of Bristol.Taken four years ago, it was said to show Banksy at work.When the picture was published it appeared to be the first chink in the armour of anonymity with which the artist has shielded himself ever since his work began to attract the attention of the art world. Indeed, as we discovered, Banksy and those close to him tend to deny everything.Armed with this photograph, we travelled to Bristol, long said to have been Banksy's home city, where we made contact with a man who claimed to have once met the artist in the flesh.Of course, many people claim as much, but the moment one starts asking for more information, one discovers they actually 'know someone who met Banksy' - and the trail runs cold.
Do not try to rush a Jamaican man or any man in general.