24 February 2010

Clemens learns a new word


No, it's not what you think. In modern slang it means "tan on the outside, white on the inside." Sort of like a Latino Oreo.

Here [from Andrew Sullivan] is a bright light on CNN misusing the term, on so many levels:
"You almost need that blank piece of paper [to be a politician]. That's the new model. Like, you know, this coconut Rubio down in Florida," CNBC commentator Donny Deutsch. If you don't know what a "coconut" is, see Urban Dictionary.

Don't know, but this would make Carmen and her whole family coconuts [must.resist.urge. for. funny.comment] - and they are all about as Europoid as you can get.

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At 06 March, 2010 14:55, Anonymous Joey said...

I think you shouldn't resist ;)


At 10 March, 2010 12:44, Blogger Clemens said...

Nope. That is as close as I come.

YOU, on the other hand....


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