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11:46 AM on 03/20/11 
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Precisely. And as you just put it previously, saying someone is 'my *****' is just as ignorant sounding in my humble opinion. But agree to disagree.

You would probably have a rage explosion if you lived down here because everyone says the n word except me
09:09 AM on 03/21/11 
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My apologies if you already addressed this, but would you ever consider calling a white person "my n*gga"? (I know this seems like a dumb question, but given the circumstance.. I am curious.) What if that person were your best friend? Or would that term still only be reserved for an African-American friend of yours? If so, then I must ask: why choose a word that denotes race, especially if it serves no purpose in the immediate context?

All the black people down here say it to everyone, regardless of race
09:13 AM on 03/21/11 
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it's a mixed bag here. I'm very unsure of how to feel about it or handle it.

I don't say it because I sound awkward and slightly rude when I say it, so I just say son instead (which is another word black people use a lot down here, but I also say it)
 



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