Saturday, January 03, 2009

FYI - The Ghetto Slang Edition

The word "DEUCE," is spelled "DEUCE." NOT "DUECE."

This word, to anti-morons, means "a card with two spots or pips."

In ghetto slang, or to pro-morons, "throwing up the deuce," means taking your hand, extending the index and middle fingers in a Richard M. Nixon "victory" sign, yet the palm of the hand is facing the person making the gesture. Typically, this is accompanied with some ridiculous 'pouting mouth' lunacy as well. This action is still spelled "DEUCE."

Yes, I am certainly aware that at one time, Nixon's victory sign was hijacked and used by the unwashed precursors to the ghetto morons that are so numerous today.

Please, don't be a dumbass or at least try to obscure it a little more than you do. Mmmmkay? Thanks.

Please take the time to comment.

(Yes, I am quite certain that Dick Nixon was not the first to make this sign. Who cares?)


ChristinaJade said...

yeah, so the 8 year old got her phone taken away for taking pics of herself doing that whole 'thing'

'but mommy, sissy says its gangster' she said. sissy, who is 16, lost her phone for general purposes.

the joys of parenthood. ugh.

Paul Mitchell said...

When I was eight years old, I was not allowed to talk on the telephone. I was too young, supposedly, to mess with such a powerful appliance. Times change.

Check out the photos on My Space. It's like a race to see who can look the most ridiculous. Those photos look even dumber than mine.

ChristinaJade said...

um, yeah, those pics on myspace? some of them are my kids and their friends. i do apologize for the teenage stupidity.

btw, i wasn't allowed on the phone when i was 8 either. but then again, we still had rotary back then...