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dirty dirty
 n.— «“People like to talk and divide us. People like to break us apart. But we all the Dirty South.” “Dirty, dirty.”» —by Ace Atkins Dirty South Mar. 2, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Dirty Dirty

Dirty Dirty
 n.— «Banned in 47 Countries baby from the Dirty Dirty, to your Uranus.» —“Betta who? Betta wha?” by bettrduck@aol.com (BettrDuck) Usenet: alt.rap Apr. 9, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Dirty Dirty

Dirty Dirty  n.— «“I’m from the Dirty Dirty…,” goes one of Pitbull’s most contagious raps, “Dirty.”» —“A new breed: Miami rapper Pitbull has all of South Florida barking about his skills” by Liz...

dirty dirty

dirty dirty n. the southern United States; the South. Also durrty durrty. Editorial Note: Usually used with the definite article: the dirty dirty. Capitalization is inconsistent. Etymological Note: From “Dirty Dirty South,” heavily...

Dirty South

Dirty South  n.— «“I’m from the Dirty South,” Hood quipped, in reference to the term now applied to rap music coming from this region.» —“‘Dirty South’ with a different sort of twang” by Keith Ryan...

fiend

fiend  v.— «I fiend for the music, but not as actively as I have in the past. I now fiend for people’s interactions with hiphop music: what it does to them, how it changes their views, how and if they feel they belong in the culture...

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