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#93 - of course not in front of any black people  [+] (3 replies) 04/04/2015 on Marinara addiction 0
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#112 - amalone (04/05/2015) [-]
Actually, while I was joking with my first comment, in Mississippi, everyone understands that there is a HUGE difference between between "nigga" and "nigger." I attend East Mississippi Community College, which is located in one of the most densely African American places in the nation. Surprisingly, the word, "nigga" flies around between people of every race on that campus. It's essentially a term of endearment here, and not meant as derogatory, nor is it taken as derogatory. "What's up mah nigga" is a very commonly used phrase here, regardless of whether or not either party of the conversation is black. In contrast, the word "nigger" is incredibly offensive in our culture. While there is the occasional dumb redneck who calls someone, a "stupid nigger," it's usually nipped in the bud fairly quick by the majority of us. We don't tolerate that kind of racism, since we're very aware MS has a terrible reputation for it, and we don't need that crap to resurface. I'm not sure if it's like this everywhere in the South, but in East Mississippi (Macon, Meridian, etc.) "nigga" is a common phrase that crosses all races. When I tell this to non-Mississippians, they have a hard time coming to terms with it, since there is such a negative connotation with both versions of the word outside of here. And BELIEVE me, when I travel somewhere else, the word completely exits my vocabulary. I understand how it could be taken offensively by someone outside of my culture.
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#121 - zyconx (04/05/2015) [-]
I don't have it saved, but pretend I posted the "Woah there Charles Dickens" picture.
Anyways, tl;dr
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#122 - amalone (04/05/2015) [-]
Meh...I guess it's the English major in me. I'm unintentionally long winded when I write. The point of it all was that in MS, "nigger' is a derogatory term, while "nigga" is simply a term of endearment. As in "What's up mah nigga." Blacks say it to whites and vice versa with no problems.
#2 - banned  [+] (1 reply) 04/04/2015 on wait for it +1
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#3 - i was talking about my cock  [+] (1 reply) 04/04/2015 on MS Paint is a wonderful... 0
#4 - dabigj (04/04/2015) [-]
Oh... Still works though, i know from experience.
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#4 - "THIS POST IS A SIN" other examples include &quo…  [+] (4 replies) 04/04/2015 on Inb4 comradroboto +20
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#10 - moisture (04/05/2015) [-]
Other examples include
"stop" "hoW DID YOU EVEN" "i cant" "delete this" "i have lost the ability to can"
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#13 - include (04/05/2015) [-]
you are so moist
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#16 - moisture (04/05/2015) [-]
Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the Moistest of them all?