thought amnesty. u dont have to think - let me entertain u
Panties - brown paper bag used to cover an ice cold deuce-deuce, quart or can of beer such to hide its contentsw and keep beverage cold.
Sentence: Mane, take them panties of that 40.
Foglin' - used to describe a lazy or triffling person that talks more than their acts produce.
Sentence: Mane, I dont mess with jones, he be foglin' all the time.
Kroger sac - in the days of brown paper bags, this was used to describe what one would have to do to tolerate having sex with a woman of none cosmetic astutness.
Sentence: man, I saw slim you was with, know you had to use a Kroger sac.
for real though (pronounced - 4 real dough) - used to state exclaimation. Similar in context to "Word" and synonomous to "straight" and "true" as used in these parts of the dirty
Use of prepositions - this is more of semantics and phonetic. Most folk use one preposition in a sentence. Memphis folk add them together.
Example: In traditional English people may say "I am out."
We say: : "Mane, I'm gone on up out of this camp." Please note 5 prepositions in a row.
Pony Piss - Colt 45 malt liquor. No sentece required.
Chiefin - the term used to describe the consumation of herbs. Can be used in statment or question.
Mane, what you doing jones
Pimp - professional in the management of a prostitute
Putting paper in my pocket.
Deuce-Deuce - 220z beverage, most likey a Beer
Cut - Plase of domicile or abode.
Sentence: Mane, I'm at the cut.
I would go on, but this is just a small and brief primer on why Jones talk the way he do and how my folk at cut talk. Hope you enjoyed.