Let me put you on / put me on
― Said right before some extremely juicy information is about to be delivered to another person, sometimes it’s completely irrelevant information but it builds up the suspense of what is about to be said. (via blackproverbs
I’m dead ass.
― indicating that someone is serious about what they are talking about. (via blackproverbs
You either stay in or stay out, but you ain’t bout to be running in and out of my house!
― Said to a child minutes before they are locked either in or out of the house. African American Proverb: Black Parents Edition (via vanhuntfan )
Go outside and get a switch
― African American Proverb : Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs
No, we got that at the house.
African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition
BUT IT’S NOT THE SAME!!!!
black kid problems.
see also, “You can drink some water”
I’m not one of your little friends!
― Said when a child gets delusional enough to treat, communicate, or behave with their parents as they would with their friends. African American Proverb: Black Parent Edition (via blackproverbs