wilson.gray at RCN.COM
Mon Feb 14 13:43:10 UTC 2005
The phrases. "get some boodie" and "give up some boodie" now appear to
be to be treated as ordinary slang instead of as the obscenities that
they've always been heretofore.
In the roto-gravure (is this term still used? haven't heard it since
the '40's) of the local broadsheet, a local newly-wed mentions that her
husband wanted to "get some booty." On a local TV chat show, a woman
says that a guy took her over to his house because he thought she was
going to "give up some booty."
Well. language-change is inevitable.
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