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31st May '16 9:05:49 AM Ulkomaalainen
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** This continues throughout the episode. "You ready to ball it up, son?" "I know my hip hop, son!" "You know it. And1 son! And1! *Holds his hand out for a refused fist bump*...I'll get you inside"

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** This continues throughout the episode. "You ready to ball it up, son?" "I know my hip hop, son!" "You know it. And1 And 1 son! And1! And 1! *Holds his hand out for a refused fist bump*...I'll get you inside"
5th May '16 1:53:56 PM AgProv
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* TheSeventies' DomCom ''Series/Butterflies'' revolved around an upper-middle-class family living in a smart part of London, where the mother of the standard TwoPointFourChildren was having a quiet mid-life crisis and contemplating an affair. Part of her daily trials were two teenage sons meant to be hip and trendy and on the cusp of fashion for 1975. But both of them spoke in teenage argot that might last have been current in 1967. The fact they were stuck in a time warp of a decade earlier was remarked upon.

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* TheSeventies' DomCom ''Series/Butterflies'' ''Series/{{Butterflies}}'' revolved around an upper-middle-class family living in a smart part of London, where the mother of the standard TwoPointFourChildren was having a quiet mid-life crisis and contemplating an affair. Part of her daily trials were two teenage sons meant to be hip and trendy and on the cusp of fashion for 1975. But both of them spoke in teenage argot that might last have been current in 1967. The fact they were stuck in a time warp of a decade earlier was remarked upon.
5th May '16 1:52:46 PM AgProv
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* TheSeventies' DomCom ''Series/Butterflies'' revolved around an upper-middle-class family living in a smart part of London, where the mother of the standard TwoPointFourChildren was having a quiet mid-life crisis and contemplating an affair. Part of her daily trials were two teenage sons meant to be hip and trendy and on the cusp of fashion for 1975. But both of them spoke in teenage argot that might last have been current in 1967. The fact they were stuck in a time warp of a decade earlier was remarked upon.
7th Apr '16 2:34:24 PM cybertoy0
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* When ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has a near-death experience, he meets the fabled Sage of Six Paths in limbo. At first, the Sage speaks in an ancient style that confuses Naruto. Recognizing that times have changed and his speech-style is outdated, the Sage tries this trope. That just makes Naruto annoyed, and the Sage eventually manages a more normal dialect.
1st Apr '16 3:00:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* Shows up briefly towards the end of the stage musical version of ''{{Once}}'':

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* Shows up briefly towards the end of the stage musical version of ''{{Once}}'':''Film/{{Once}}'':
23rd Mar '16 2:46:29 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly made by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator started using it in 2010.

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* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly made by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator [[Music/{{OFWGKTA}} Tyler, The Creator]] started using it in 2010.
22nd Mar '16 1:43:36 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly made by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, [[AnachronismStew and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator started using it in 2010]].

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* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly made by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, [[AnachronismStew and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator started using it in 2010]].2010.
22nd Mar '16 1:42:58 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly made by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Jim Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator started using it in 2010.

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* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly made by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Jim Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, [[AnachronismStew and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator started using it in 2010.2010]].
22nd Mar '16 1:40:59 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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[[folder: Music ]]
* From JuneChristy's 1945 hit "Tampico":
-->You ask a Mexican band
-->To play a rumba down there
-->He turns and says to the boys
-->"Hey, fellas, dig that square!"
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* Creator/{{Cracked}}: "[[http://www.cracked.com/video_18536_quentin-tarantino-bad-at-talking-to-black-people.html Quentin Tarantino Is Bad at Talking to Black People]]"
** Which comes from a cringeworthy RealLife appearance the director made on Creator/{{BET}} to promote ''Film/DjangoUnchained''.

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* Creator/{{Cracked}}: Creator/{{Cracked}} satirized Creator/QuentinTarantino's cringeworthy appearance on Creator/{{BET}} to promote ''Film/DjangoUnchained'': "[[http://www.cracked.com/video_18536_quentin-tarantino-bad-at-talking-to-black-people.html Quentin Tarantino Is Bad at Talking to Black People]]"
** Which comes from * WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DeSa_TDtKcM dropped a cringeworthy RealLife appearance few "totally-teen" slang terms]] in his [[Recap/TheNostalgiaCriticS7E5 review]] of Creator/TimBurton's ''Film/AliceInWonderland'', riffing on the director Mad Hatter's funky "Futterwacken" dance near the end of the movie:
--> Whoa, wait a minute. Is Wonderland -- oh, sorry, ''Underland'' -- getting...''jiggy''? I think it is! [[Film/ReeferMadness Boy, he ain't no Paperman! He really swings out with the mess of jive!]] Oh my god, I haven't seen anything this ''crunk'' since I saw Music/VanillaIce [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=us0HMWVPv_M crackin' to the tune of macaroni and cheese]]! O-ho-ho, Hatter, you be dope!
* The 2013 viral video "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kppx4bzfAaE Rappin' for Jesus]]," allegedly
made on Creator/{{BET}} to promote ''Film/DjangoUnchained''.by Pastor Jim Colerick of Iowa's West Dubuque Second Church of Christ, contains a fair amount of this. [[http://www.dailydot.com/entertainment/rappin-for-jesus-video-fake/ It's doubtful that this video was made by an actual church group]] -- there are no online records of Pastor Jim Colerick, the West Dubuque Second Church of Christ closed in 2004 but the site was created in 2013, and the song drops the word "swag," which wasn't commonly used in HipHop until Music/TylerTheCreator started using it in 2010.
21st Mar '16 8:50:06 PM SpacemanSpoof
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* In one episode of ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'', Robert picks up some street slang and starts saying things like "That's wack." Raymond points out: "We're Italian, "whack" means [[TheMafia something totally different]] to us."
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