January 24, 2013 32 notes
Browsing the new book cart, this book claims that:
“Crunk” is a Southern slang term that means “to get excited.” Keepin’ it real and makin’ it fun, vegan blogger Bianca Phillips adopted the Southern slang term to convey passion and pride for her heritage and the down-home food she was raised on.
Am I just completely off about what that word ACTUALLY means?
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- archivalintegrity said:Doesn’t necessarily mean stoned or drunk in particular….just more like “gettin’ down” or having a good time. Either way, this is an eye roll inducing use of the word.
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- annaverity said:I think it’s crazy + drunk? Though being stoned generally factors in as well, maybe? I don’t know. This seems like the kind of thing white people with dreadlocks would think was a good idea.
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