字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Welcome to E-com's version of Ebonics. We will go over 32 highly requested slang words and phrases you may have heard spoken among Black people. These words are used for the sole purpose of better understanding your favorite Black movies and musical artists. We highly recommend that you do not use these words in daily conversation, especially when you're conversing with Black people. But, you can enjoy learning Ebonics and improve your understanding of Black speech and learn more about Black culture with this lesson. I hope this will be a stepping stone into learning more about Black culture. Everyone ready? Let's begin. Today's word is: hickey. Now, hickey is kind of a laid back word and everybody uses it around the neighborhood. A hickey is just a kiss mark. That's when you suck on a beautiful lady's neck and make that little red mark on their neck. So, we call that a hickey. So, a hickey is just a common word saying a kiss mark on the neck. So, we're gonna hit you up with a couple examples real quick. So, move on to the examples. A guy talking to a girl. Girl!! Whacha doing with that big ass hickey on your neck?? Boy! Stop playing...that's not a hickey!!! Damn Man, what a big ass hickey you put on he'r neck!!! What can I say.... She taste good!!!! HAHAHA Did you get it? You got it? Good. Let's roll through it real quick-like. First example, a guy talking to a girl as mentioned. The guy's saying to his friend, "Hey girl, you got this big old kiss mark on your neck. Whatcha doing with that?" And the girl was like, "Boy, stop playing. There ain't no hickey on my neck." Simple. They're teasing each other. That's what we do. Good stuff. Second example, a boy talking to his friend and saying, "Damn man, you put a big old hickey on that girl's neck." So, when he's seen this girl this man was messing with, she had a big kiss mark on her neck. And his friend had to laugh about it and say, "Yeah, what can I say? She tastes too good." Did you get it? You got it? Cool. Until next time, hit you up with some more Ebonics. I'm out. Peace.