Black Gay Slang, Explained To Suburban White People

Black gay slang, read it and understand

Thought Catalog

If you’ve ever watched en episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, you’ve probably noticed all the slang and have come away from the show wondering, WHAT ARE THESE PEOPLE SAYING?! Subcultures have a unique way of communicating, using words and phrases that are not automatically intelligible to those not in the culture. Well here’s your chance to be part of the cognoscenti! If your speech pattern needs a makeover, look no further than black gay slang, which is full of some of the funniest expressions for normal everyday things. Here’s a guide to some things you can say.

Phrase #1: Read, e.g. Bitch I will read you!/Oooo was that a read?

Explanation: You may think you’re the cat’s meow, but let’s see how you feel after I tell you about yourself.

Phrase #2: Yaassss! (It’s not “yes” — it’s yaaaassss.), e.g. To a friend: “Honey I just landed a job at

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Just a thought

They say if you love something you should let it go and if it comes back then its yours forever and if it doesn’t it was never yours. But what if they come back and they still aren’t truly yours, its still the same old games, the same lies, the same everything. It should be easy to let it go right? Some people fear letting people go simply because they aren’t use to being without, they’re so use to having that ONE person, they never think what happens if they no longer have that person. Letting someone go could be the best decision of your life, don’t walk around holding on to someone that clearly isn’t worth it anymore. It might take some time, Its going to hurt but at the the end of the day you’ll be much happier. Move on, Be Happy, Live Life. 🙂

Happy Birthday Maya Angelou

Literary Birthday – 4 April
Happy Birthday, Maya Angelou, born 4 April 1928


2 of my favorite Maya Angelou Quotes.
1. “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
2. “Talent is like electricity. We don’t understand electricity. We use it. You can plug into it and light up a lamp, keep a heart pump going, light a cathedral, or you can electrocute a person with it”