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Incriptus

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Subj: Re: It's all in the context
Posted: Fri Sep 25, 2009 at 09:35:13 am EDT (Viewed 641 times)
Reply Subj: It's all in the context
Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 at 09:27:23 pm EDT (Viewed 579 times)

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Black on Black violence tells us that they use it as a hate term against each other at the same time they manage to make it a term of endearment. The accent seems to change the definition of the word.

I kind'a see it, Incriptus, and thanks for the explanation. It's like if I tell a joke about a friend or make one the butt of a joke, and they call me a b@$t@rd, it would mean ONE thing, but if a complete stranger came up to me, I'd be highly insulted.

One can insult one's good friends in such a manner, but NOT in new or unknown company. Heck, friends of mine and I have done the above to each other ever since high school (We're all in our 40's now). \:\)



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