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Oxford Welcomes Crack-Ho and Hoochie

Discussion in 'Open Discussion (Work-safe)' started by buckeyegrad, Dec 16, 2004.

  1. buckeyegrad

    buckeyegrad Don't Immanentize the Eschaton Staff Member

    Does this mean hip-hop slang is now part of the King's English?

    Last edited: Dec 16, 2004
  2. gbearbuck

    gbearbuck Herbie for President

    Does this mean when I have kids and they start to talk in slang, I'll be able to look it up and understand what they just said...?? :tongue2:
  3. The KSB

    The KSB 4-4-11/11-5-11

    You know what's sad. When I read the title I figured Crack-ho and Hoochie was the name of a band kinda like The Captain and Tenille. I think I officially just became old.
  4. DEBuckeye

    DEBuckeye It ain't easy, bein' cheesy.

    "Crack ho and Hoochie" sounds like a cartoon character duo, like Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck.

    Was that the Oxford's Ebonic Dictionary referred to in the story?
  5. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Glad to see that those thug ass, ebonics speaking ignoramuses are butchering our language even further.Shame on Oxford for putting those words in the dictionary.
  6. iambrutus

    iambrutus Screw Blue

    yo so i donts be knowin what you is sayin hold up brother lemme bust on some oxfod dickinary and looks that shizit up
  7. Thump

    Thump Hating the environment since 1994

    Not to sound insensitive but since I'm so deep in the red right now, I don't care who I offend.

    I absolutely hate two things that I hear on a daily basis from my African American students.

    One thing is when they say," Can I axe you a question?" I correct his one every time.

    The other is, "Do you have 25 cent?" They use the singular form instead of saying "cents." I correct that as well. The sad thing is that you meet their parents at parent teacher conferences and realize that they get it from their parents.

    The English language is just going to hell in a handbasket.
  8. iambrutus

    iambrutus Screw Blue

    Fuck that I agree with you 1 million %. I fucking hate hearing "can i axe you a question" that makes me want to kill them, just fucking say ASK is it that hard?
  9. buckeyegrad

    buckeyegrad Don't Immanentize the Eschaton Staff Member

    All hail Sir Thump, defender of the King's English. Thou hast brought great honour to thyself and thine family.
  10. buckeyefool

    buckeyefool He's back and better than ever!

    Yo G,

    Let Me Axe you a questions. I gots to knows, you gots a problem with black folks?

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