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ernestine97 ernestine97 41-45, F 9 Answers Apr 18, 2012

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Have no idea. Slang changes from generation to generation. I drive a school bus, and one of my black students, says "later dog" when he got off the bus to me. I was pissed. When I was growing up calling a woman a dog, meant, she was ugly. His friend later told me it was meant as a compliment. because dogs are loyal, and your friend. hell, I was realy confused then. I didnt know, if he was covering up for his friend or if it was true.

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yeah, new words come with the new generation. when i was young, b!t@h meant a female dog, now it's really bad to be called one. :D

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Non of those, it`s a cry from the heart for his real mama whom he sees in you. Best compliment ever!

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he's very close to his real mother plus he doesn't really know me

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Watch "count blackula" and decide for yourself.

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it usually means he find you to be unbearably unattractive and he is pleading for your "mama" to open the vaginal canal and return you to where you came from.

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