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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Thi Them, Mar 8, 2003.
What does it mean?
Don't quote me on this, but I think it means "For sure, my (use your imagination on this word because I'm not posting it)". I'm not 100% certain on the last word, FWIW.
Yay! Ebonics thread!
That translates to "Yes, friend."
What does it mean? It means that more software designers and programmers will have something new to say to each other across their cubicles. For example: Mark-"Carl, did you get that [insert technical phrase here] written up and memo'd?" Carl-"Fo shizzy my nizzy"
I just ran across this right after seeing this thread. I swear I didn't look it up.
"I concur with you whole heartedly my African american brother."
I think the upcoming Chris Rock movie "Head of State" does a long spoof of these kinds of rap lyrics.
You gotta love when Tony Kornheiser breaks out the ebonics on PTI !
and if the other person is much younger than you, you "Fo shizzle my nizlet."
A co-worker of mine, also a father of a high school junior, started using this lingo, and I'm like "Dude, at least act half your age, dawg!"
thats a real funny saying. fo shizzle my nizzo.........
I heard snoop dog say it once. lol mr pimp