Blackadjective

  • ja黒人の
  • enbelonging to a race of people who have dark skin; connected with Black people

Examples

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Mute
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So what's your plan, Mr. Garrett?
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How would you like to buy a bank?
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What the hell do we know about banking?
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Owning a bank is like owning the other side of the real estate business.
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There's a few complexities you just left out.
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- Like what? - Oh, I'm sorry.
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Did I not wake up Black this morning?
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'Cause I'm pretty sure I did.
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Yep, still Black.
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Mute
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A few bad apples doesn't ruin the bunch.
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This coming from a white dude.
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All cops are not bad.
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And that's coming from a Black chick that married a white dude.
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And that's coming from a Black ex-crack dealer who hates the police.
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Touché.
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That's coming from a person who has a cousin named Touché.
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Mute
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Oh, come on.
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- It's not real, Stanley. - Oh, my God.
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- Don't have a heart attack. - No, no, no!
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You will not die!
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Stanley! Stanley! You will not die!
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Stanley! Stanley! Barack is president!
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You are Black, Stanley!
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I'm gonna give him mouth-to-mouth.
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No, no, no. Don't give him mouth-to-mouth for this.
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Mute
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What is up with you, huh?
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What, did you wake up on the wrong side of the tenement this morning?
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- Is that it? - Hey, Webster.
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Show a little respect.
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And I choose to believe that you just called me Webster because of my dictionary-sized vocabulary
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and not because of my height and race.
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No, it's 'cause you're short and Black.
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That's funny. That's real funny.
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Mute
1.
Captain Holt's mom?
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The creator!
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Widowed at age 39, Laverne Kenabrue Holt single-handedly raised 2 children
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and still managed to become one of the first Black female federal judges.
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Wow, someone read her Wikipedia page.
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No, Jake.
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I wrote it.
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Kevin is a great guy.
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He's a great accountant.
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He is not much of an entertainer.
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Basically, there are two types of Black people.
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And Black people are actually more racist because they hate the other type of Black people.
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See, every time the one type wants to have a good time,
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then the other type comes in and makes a real mess.
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Okay, I'm sorry.
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I'm sorry, he's butchering it.
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Mute
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Do they know I'm Black?
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No.
3.
Should they?
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Mute
1.
I think he's a Black man.
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Rap.
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Ew, first of all, that's racist, to assume that all Black men rap.
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He's definitely Black because only a Black man says, "all Black men."
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Like, that's something I literally say.
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So he's definitely a Black man.
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Mute
1.
Girl, you ain't got no plus one?
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It's okay.
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I stan an independent Black woman that don't need no man.
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Okay?
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Mute
1.
Halloween's coming up.
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Yes.
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Is this a true story?
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I want to know.
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I heard you're scared of clowns.
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No.
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I heard that.
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Impossible.
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Why is it impossible?
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Because I'm a Black man.
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Mute
1.
People say this video was racist.
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Did you find anything to be racist in this video?
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Yes.
4.
There were no Black people in this.