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The Chittlin Test
A GLOSSARY[[*]]

MAX ROACH - an eminent black jazz drummer
SPADE - a black (From Spades - the black suit in cards)
"SAINTS" - nickname for "When the Saints Go Marching In"
RIPE APPLES - men with money for the taking
CRACKERS - white folks
OFAY - a white person (See Faye)
FAYE (Shakespearean) - something so white you can see throught it; transparent
BRING ASS TO GET ASS - you'll have to come to me in order for us to fight
HARLOWS - refers to Jean Harlow; harlot
HEIFER - a cow
COL' CUTS AN' FUCK-UPS - cold meat in a package and potato chips
A VEIL OVER HIS FACE - re: an intact "membrane" of afterbirth
FOGY-ISM - superstitions
YOUR HEAD GOING BACK HOME - even if you straighten   your hair it will still kink up if you go out in the rain
ST. ALBAN'S - an upper middle class black community in N.Y.
SLIPPING YOU INTO THE DOZENS - start talking about your family beginning w/"mother" - motherfucker
TUKUS - yiddish meaning behind or ass
KROGER SACKS - a store which sold grains by the sacks which poor folks bought and later used the sacks for clothes
BENJAMMER O - Benjamin O. Davis, one of the first black generals
HEROIN MANDERSON - Marion Anderson
CHARLEY - CHOLLY - the white man (someone who's always coming after you)
BREAD - money
HIP - smart, intelligent
FUNKY - anything that is truthful or dirty
GIT-GO - from the start
CAUGHT UP - nothing more to gain
JOINT - jail or marijuana cigarette
COP SOME ZEES - get some sleep
BURNT ONE ON - got drunk
A MULYAN - a witch

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