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Things that go hard. Good or bad?
#1
many amarnites have expressed a negative view of these things or this phrase
#2
“Dayum, da modunga bunga be goin hard mug Nigga, Wez call dem raggedy nigga like bruh so we da Bo pa, nuh mean.”

Too much association with the sacred ape.
#3
(06-20-2023, 10:39 PM)BillyONare Wrote: many amarnites have expressed a negative view of these things or this phrase

Without a proper definition or examples provided in the OP the conversation can go no further because it has already gone through linguistic processes to be a ebonic shorthand for neat or cool.
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#4
Reminder that "cringe" and "based" are ebonic expressions, too.
#5
How is cringe ebonics? It is middle english descended from indo euro nobody even knew what a nigger was

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/cringe#Etymology
#6
(06-21-2023, 08:03 AM)Guest Wrote: How is cringe ebonics? It is middle english descended from indo euro nobody even knew what a nigger was

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/cringe#Etymology

I don`t think that anyone is contending that the word "cringe" itself is a negrologism, but rather that the contemporary use of the word, especially amongst Zoomers/Millennials (and even more specifically, those who use it online), is ebonics; this is not an unreasonable take when you consider the fact that it`s used as a one-word response to something (whether that be a statement made by another, a meme, or something else) or exclamation, not unlike how niggers and negrified Zoomers use "br*h." 

It can be contrasted with "words" like "br*h", "n*gga", "g*tteem", "t*ng" etc., which are derived from English words/phrases that have been heavily bastardized by their negro users. These two categories of ebonic words, in turn, may be contrasted with words that niggers made up on their own, such as "gy*t", "p*ng", "l*ng", "s*mp", and "b*e."
#7
The only things that "go hard" in my eyes are nigger's skulls against the concrete pavement... as well as my penis when I see adolescent girls.

Regardless, I've seen the adoption of this phrase by those decently removed from traditional negroid spheres.  Many of those I've seen with reservations for traditional zoomgroid(brown)/norwood ebonics terms hold no objections to this particular phrase, another negrologism slip into popular culture due to wide internet usage and its third-worldification, similar to "common Ws/Ls" and the aforementioned "based".  I performed a double-take witnessing its usage on a YouTube comment for a video game soundtrack made a decade ago.

According to various entries on the Urban Dictionary, this was already entrenched in standard ebonics since the early-to-middle noughts, before proliferation on the wider internet by zoomgroids/norwoods in late 2021 in a desire to resemble cool nigger gangsters.  I believe this is merely another symptom of traditional 'cool' masculine roles for the White man being co-opted and replaced with said cool nigger gangsters.  Even 'cool' White people have to resemble and act like niggers, for the Breaking Bad-Americans, who often repeat these diluted negrologisms in an effort to remain what the public perceives as 'cool'.

To remain White; simply use the terms 'epic' or 'awesome'.  You will thank us when Trump's marines spare you during the Storm.
#8
(06-21-2023, 09:30 AM)GraalChud Wrote: "s*mp"

If that's meant to say simp (I genuinely can't tell with some of your examples, just type the words out), it's been in use with that exact meaning for pretty long outside of niggerspeak. I read it in Wodehouse long before I ever encountered it online.



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