Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - Fixin' to. So I'm about to. - Yeah, yeah - Fixin' [energetic guitar music] - So where are y'all going? - Oh, well I'm fixing to have my lunch. [jazz music] - A winder is a window. See, it's not Southern, it's go stand by the winder. Purdy is pretty. You look purdy. I have to say, you look downright purdy. A pie supper, It's an organized kind of supper where you would be, auctioning or selling off pies. Gonna hand me a pie supper for the PTA. I've been to pie suppers at my church. Biscuits are really big in West Virginia and a cats head is a big biscuit. What, West Virginia is known for is Tudor's Biscuit World. And there you can get yourself a cats head biscuit and a sausage gravy. [jazz music continues] - Hip, hip is a term that typically means, I understand something. If, if someone's trying to pull one over on me, they can't, 'cause I've already got the information. So somebody would say, would say, "My man thought he was cheating on me "and I didn't know [beep], "but I was hip, I was hip to it". - Huh, yeah, yeah - So you know what I mean, you know what I'm talking about? you know what I'm talking about? 'Cause he would, he said, "He gonna go to college. "He gonna go on the other side with that degree. "And he going to be in good shape. "So no I'm hip, I'm hip." Meaning I understand, what you're saying. I comprehend what you're saying. Yeah, hip. Chicken, amongst other, food related words, means money. So back in the old days it was like dough, but now it's like, "Yo man, he got a lot of chicken," or, "He got a lot of cheddar." You can say chicken, you can say cheddar, you can say bands like the, like the little money, the money bands that they put around the money, they count that as money. Got that paper, she got that paper. She got that paper, you know, or let me go get that paper. [jazz music continues] [Mathew laughs] - Dad gum, It's a nice way to say, instead of saying, you teach your kids. Instead of saying dammit. - Oh, dad gum, - Oh, dad gum. - Dad darn it. - Yeah, it's very funny when you see it written. - Dad, gum [laughs] - Dad gum. - Bless your heart. - That's everywhere, that's universal. - Yeah, bless your heart. - That's the English language - Women, in Texas and in the South Oh bless your heart, oh bless your heart. If you're going through a bit of a tough, tough, tough moment. [jazz music continues] - Aksarben, Aksarben is Nebraska backwards. Our main like civic center, I guess, where Boys II Men would play, which I saw them in fifth grade when Brandy opened up for them, no big deal, that it was called the Aksarben Centers. So, we're pretty clever in Nebraska. Red beer, baby! Red beer is, just like a beer. And then you put tomato juice in it. Like Mexicans have micheladas and, those are delicious. We, sort of do that without any of the delicious spices. [Adam laughs] We have like the Whitest version of a michelada and it's just called red beer, also pretty delicious though. Oracle of Omaha, my boy, the king himself, Warren Buffet. We call him the Oracle of Omaha because he's from Omaha and he's like, I think he's like the second richest man in the world or something like that and, he's just really good at doing the stock markets. And Omaha weirdly has like, like the most millionaires per capita at least was a fact that I heard when I was a child because of Warren Buffet, because everybody was just like, "This guy seems smart" and invested with him and then he made everyone super rich, except for my parents [jazz music continues] - Giggin' mean dancing, grooving Uh yeah, I got my own gig. You wanna see me gig. [E-40 laughs] No, no, no I got dumb gigs. Cattin' off, that's a Bay area word fo' sho fo' sho that's just lingering through the streets for many moons, you know, cattin' off me, just, you know me just doing some more silly shit, you know, just cattin' off, fucking around. You know what I mean? Cattin' off, hello. Hella, You now that's Bay area, Whenever you hear somebody say, "Man, there was hella of them out there," You know what I'm saying, How many dudes was outside waiting for y'all? Hella of 'em. [E-40 laughs] I want hella of 'em, man. You know hella, that mean just a whole bunch. That's it, they're right there. Put that in a dictionary, a whole bunch. [jazz music continues] The Bootheel, Missouri is, is a, is an odd little shape and in the South East corner is a little chunk, that kind of bites into Arkansas called the Bootheel. My family is from kind of down South toward that way, but not quite as far as the Heel. Oh, t-ravs, the shortened version of toasted ravioli's. Have you ever had toasted ravioli? - No, is this something you eat? - What you basically do is take a ravioli and you bread it and deep fry it and then you dip it in tomato sauce and cover it with Parmesan cheese. - [indistinct] Deep fried. - Oh it's so good. - T-ravs. Farty-far - Farty-far, St Louisans have what can only be described as a particular accent, especially when trying to pronounce, the O vowel sometimes. - Mm hmm - So forty-four - Oh - Highway 44, Highway Farty-Far [Michael laughs] - That's so good. - Large, arge, that's a gorgeous orange family you got wearing there. [jazz music continues] - Oh might could, I could probably do it. There's a possibility in which I could attempt it. Yeah, I might could, I might could, like it depends like I might could, maybe not, maybe could, I might attempt it, but probably not. [finger snaps] Oh, plump as a dumplin'. God, you know, you know, just little cushion. Yeah, I don't know. Plump as a dumplin' is just, yeah, it's a lot of gravy. [Chloe laughs] I gotta go. [Chloe laughs] That one made me red. [Chloe laughs] A hussy, my grandma used the term "floozy". "Your grandma is no floozy, your memaw is no floozy." So much so that my brother actually , got that tattooed on the back of his arm. 'Cause that was like her main thing and she never wanted to be called a floozy. [Chloe laughs] I think it's so cute. But, again it goes back to the theme, like in the South, there's a lot of respect, a lot of respect. So, how's Sierra floozy. You don't want to be one of those girls. [jazz music continues] - Woo wop da bam. - Woo wop da bam is like, then, we was at the store and then womp and I was like, bam, bam. - That's... - Like a fight, like, like a Batman. - That's close it really is almost like a "yada yada", I'm just trying to get to the story. - Oh. - You can be like, "So Dan, I told Pat, you know, "get out of my house. "You son of a [beep] and he said no [beep] you, "you're the [beep] and you know woo wop da bam, "the cops came and took him away." - T'd. - Past tense of t. - That's pretty good. In Chicago it means the party just went to a new level. "Oh this [beep] just got t'd off, man." - I'm bout to go on you. - To me that sounds like something, you would say to Trump because he likes golden shower. - Ooh, in Chicago it really means I'm gonna roast you. Like, "Oh pad look who got [beep] French's mustard "on his Konerko jersey. "Oh big I'm about to go on you, pad." - You bout to piss on him - Yeah. - Yes. - See it's the same. [jazz music] - Nary is the word not any ever, - Ever. - Is the definition. - There was nary a time, when I didn't want to be working with you. - This is well done. - I'm not going to go after that I'm sorry. - You can't go after that. - Smidgin' - That's a very small amount. - There's just a smidgin' of sugar in those muffins. - Or smidgin' of interest in this bit we're doing. [Laura laughs] - Haired up like a summer pig turd. - Means, needs to shave - It means you need to shave. Usually slang will shorten, [Laura laughing] what you trying to say. - In this case. - It doesn't. - This is what you say when you need to shave [jazz music continues] - Kentucky waterfall, is that like a long whiskey pour? - No, it means mullet. - That's so brilliant. [Jennifer laughs] That's so brilliant. Hot Brown. [Joel laughs] [both laughing] - No, it's not what you're thinking. - It's a, is that like some. - You eat it. - Just baked bread or something? - Close Yeah, it's like an open face, unhealthy sandwich. - You know what that is? - Toboggan. - Yeah, yeah that's when like a vehicle, for a non-motorized snow vehicle. - No, I mean, first of all, that's no way to talk about penguins. This is a snow hat. - Toboggan? - Yeah you put it on your head. - Well, there's a lot of miseducation in Australia. A toboggan is like something you get on and you go on the snow with, which is like a sled.