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    Kizmet is offline Moderator
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    Talk dirty to me.

    But you've got to do it in "Boontling."

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    I thought you were talking about this...:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCChxBSRo1Y
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    "In return, Boonters gave Adams his own nickname, B.J., after an earlier resident also called Adams."

    If there was such an earlier resident.

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    Who doesn't love a secret language? I learned a bit from a bunch of websites and yeah - it's a pretty easy language to talk dirty in. That's a good part of what it was made for.

    Ya, I by harp a wee slib of the ling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tireman 44444 View Post
    I thought you were talking about this...:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCChxBSRo1Y
    Ha! The video seems so cheesy now!

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    We lived near Boonville for 10 years. Many there believed the language originated around the Civil War, so pro-Southerners could talk privately about pro-Northerners. The only phone booth had an official AT&T "Bucky Walter" sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Bear View Post
    We lived near Boonville for 10 years. Many there believed the language originated around the Civil War, so pro-Southerners could talk privately about pro-Northerners. The only phone booth had an official AT&T "Bucky Walter" sign.

    John Bear
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    When I was young in NYC, I would hear a patois(?) that combined a slang vernacular with slurred speech and was intentionally indecipherable to non-speakers. That came from Dixie and was the African-American alternate language.

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