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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by LPCurious, Mar 29, 2006.
I hear this phrase so many times. How do you learn how to speak this?
Unfortunizzle us down hizzle in germanizzle don't hizzle hugizzle skizzle rizzle to rizzle at wizzle hizzle to fizzle a mizzle a lot of thizzle stuff wizzle rizzle yo chizzle it.
God help my swizzle stick.
Like Alex so eloquently said, ebonics is beneath you. If you want to learn a language, take up Japanese and rid the world of enrish.
LOLOL With the popularity of urban culture, I thought that everyone spoke like that. If you can't speak hip-hop Urban, go to www.gizoogle.com for a search engine and translator.
No thank you. I already have to deal with Pidgin here (shudders). I weep for the future.
this is very, very frightening
I think that it's nice that culture is developing new catch phrases. I am so tired of hearing "That's hot" or "Loves it" or "What's shakin' daddio?"
The children of the 2000's need some new language.
Cool is out. So pass the hizzle stick, because I support it whole-heartedly:biggrin1:
Howzabout ENGLISH ?
If the "kids today" want to graduate from high school, do well in college, interview for a job, what language will they need to know? ENGLISH.
wizzy T-H-to-the-izzink hizzy git tizzy yo.
Yeah, that one's overused for sure. What, are you walking through a stargate to hang out with the Rat Pack, Jeff? :smile:
Slow your roll. This is not ebonics. The word ebonics refers to what some linguists wanted recognized as a legitimate dialect because it had its own consistent, predictable grammar, and was seen as a potential teaching tool for use with students who spoke it. I'm not commenting on whether or not those inguists were correct. I just want to make something plain for you. The speech pattern in question is not ebonics. It's a prison dialect, initially intended to confound corrections officers and recording devices so that inmates could continue to conduct their various illegal businesses without fear of detection. The actual dialect used is slightly more complicated than what hip-hop artists made main stream to promote their hard-core images. This is a prison culture thing, not a black thing.
Ignore him. He usually slips his racial quips in on Et Cetera, Et Cetera.
true dat! But some of us "old guys" will probably stick with "cool" anyway. We can't swizzle with the hizzle cause we get caught out in da drizzle.