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Demi Moore is a cougar on the prowl again
is a man who doesn't wear his hair in a faux ponytail in an attempt to make people think he's some kind of Japanese/yoga/nunchuk/kickapoo doofus.
Like me, for example (a man, not some kind of Japanese/yoga/nunchuk/kickapoo doofus).
is a gentleman of means, capable of treating her the way a woman of her quality deserves to be treated.
Apart from the image generated, is there a specific definition for your use of 'kickapoo'?
One out of four people is freakishly stupid. If three of your friends are normal, then it's you.
I thought it was amusing, what about kickapoo is racist? Now I really want to know what it means!
Perhaps I should expand my comment a bit.
The Kickapoos were an Algonquian tribe, which Canada deported to the United States.
When I was a kid, kickapoo juice was an expression we used to sometimes describe what we drank and how it made us act. Of course, we also used the term to describe a native person who drank to excess also, probably more often than we used it on ourselves.
I'm sure we got the term 'kickapoo juice' from the cartoon of the time. I'm also sure the cartoonist got the term from the same place we did.
So yeah, I admit to being racist. Sue me.
I figure I'm only being timely though. As you know, today 'racist' is used by all and sundry when the want to disparage someone for whatever reason.
I figured it was a colloquialism, local regional or otherwise, and since the urban dictionary was only of moderate help (and questionable reliability) I thought I'd ask.
Don't stress the racist angle on that. I've used a few words that were simply common expressions at the time without a thought as to their origins or potential meaning(s), that's just what they were called. (jewbutt comes to mind) Plus now a snowball fight just came to mind, but that's a stupid story.
Racism is in the intent.
I wasn't apologizing.
...is acting talent =(
when you realize she's got more of that than the majority on screen. WTF
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