60 definitions by The Kentucky Yankee

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Someone who is always poor and dirty and some of them are narrow-minded bigots. I really don't like them.
Some more descriptions of them:
-You look next door and see "Muddin" going on and hear country music/Southern rock playing.
-A Rebel flag is flying on the neighbor's porch
-You see hunting dogs caged up in the backyard
-You hear Southern-like Whooping and "hollering" and occasional gunfire
-Your neighbor is wearing Rebel flag attire, is hairy, and is missing so many teeth it looks like his tounge is in jail
-The neighbor is fat, ugly, wears oversized T-shirts and either smokes or drinks a lot, and her hair is nasty looking
-You see duct tape on everything
I looked out of my window one afternoon and saw a bunch of shitty looking pickups sloshing in a huge crater of mud, while some of the people over there looked on drinking beer and hooting. Some guy was putting duct tape on the door frame.
by The Kentucky Yankee August 12, 2004
A big, fine round ass. Most black girls and many white and latina girls are blessed with these anatomical masterpieces. They are as fun to watch and just as fun to grab.
Bubble Butts have the potential to automatically give tens of millions of guys a boner.
by The Kentucky Yankee November 05, 2005
What you live next to in the Midwest (me) or the South if your not in a big city or large town. They can be defined more easily with these following, short descriptions:
-Is very poor
-Smells really bad
-Eats pork rinds, squirrel, and drinks beer
-Wears clothing from Dixie Outfitters, Wrangler, and NASCAR
-Has vehicles up on cement blocks
-Has unkempt hair and an overall nasty-looking appearence.
-If you can hear them laughing and loud-mouthing very clearly from 200 yards away.
-If you see living room furniture and useless appliances outside.
My neighbor is a loud-mouthing piece of white-trash with nasty hair and a film of dirt built up on her skin. The rest of her imbred family lives with her. They live over 200 yards away and I can still hear that ugly laugh that those guys have....UGGH!
by The Kentucky Yankee August 12, 2004
Kick-ass 80s pop-rock band from Great Britain, that made it to the tops of the charts several times over with hits like "ordinary world", "hungry like the wolf", "new moon on monday", "I dont want your love", and "come undone". Their major run of success and music production lasted from 1981 to the early 90s, when they made a final, major commercial success album.
My favorite Duran Duran song is "Come Undone"
by The Kentucky Yankee October 25, 2004
A now-obsolete organization created in 1909. From the time it began through the 1950s and 60s, however, it was a great organization. That is because it was doing what it was supposed to do: finally give blacks their equal and civil rights that they should have had from the very beginning. They could have received them a long time ago, but the Jim Crow South and racists in the North and out west wouldn't acknowledge or respect the 13th-15th Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, added way back in the 1860s.
But today, the NAACP doesn't even know what they are really doing. Many members believe that white people hate them, are racists, and don't care about black civil rights. The fact is, even though there are many white racist idiots (but nowhere near as many as there were only fifty years ago) out there who cause sporadic but few incidents, most white people don't just tolerate black people, but they like them. Those same white people (including myself) want them to have equal rights and civil liberties; many of them are here to help. I honestly believe (as well as tens of millions of other people in this nation) that a large number of black Americans need to get the chips off their shoulders. Most likely, nothing serious or even moderately bad will ever happen to them; times have changed and so have peoples' attituded. It's nowhere near as bad as it used to be, and it can only get better.
I love black people, but I don't like the NAACP. Though it is far from the level of the KKK, I still believe the group is a bad thing, and even keeps us segregated some. It is time to disband it and all other racial-centered organizations and groups. We need equality.

The Kentucky Yankee, Proud Urbandictionary.com author since August 2004.
by The Kentucky Yankee September 27, 2005
An institution that has existed long before the period in which blacks were experiencing involuntary servitude in the American South. It has existed since the formation of ancient empires (especially Egypt and Greece, of which the latter had WHITE slaves.) and still, unfortunately, exists today in small parts of the world.
Slaves weren't always forced into involuntary service and labor because of economic reasons (a primary factor with the European slave trade that lasted all the way until the early 19th Century.) but also because of "spoils of war." In ancient times, and during the rule of the Aztecs, many prisoners-of-war became slaves as a result of military defeat and surrender.
The first slaves in the Americas were the Native Americans theirselves, as a result of being conquered by the Aztec Empire. However, when the Spanish came over and successfully destroyed the Aztec military forces and took over Tenochtitlan (with the help of smallpox epidemics that wiped out over half the population of the 200,000 population capital), it was the Aztecs and other Native Mesoamerican peoples that became slaves. Unfortunately for the Spaniards, however, the Indians turned out to be of little use in the silver mines, and too susceptible to the diseases that the white Europeans brought over.
This is how black slavery began. By the late 1500s, black slaves were being brought over from western and sub-Saharan Africa to began working in all of the fields for the Spanish; they would be planting, growing, and harvesting all of the crops and valuable consumer resources that they contained, especially in the Caribbean Islands and Hispaniola. Many more black African slaves were brought over to Brazil by the Portuguese where they did similar work. When tobacco was discovered during the early 1600s by English settlers who landed at what became Virginia, more black slaves were brought over to work in the tobacco fields, which the harvests would be sent back to the Motherland for profit for the English colonists. Enslavement of black people in North America would spread as the descendants of English settlers gradually became American southerners in North Carolina and southern Virginia, even though slavery would temporarily exist as far north as New England. However, the furthest north that slavery would be present from the time just before the American Revolution to the post-Civil War Reconstruction era would be Northern Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, and Delaware, even though those states (or the upper halves of these states) were technically northern.
The first true abolitionist movements in the United States began in the 1820s, but good, high momentum and consolidated efforts wouldn't show up until the 1850s, with the formation of the Republican Party (est. 1854) and the conflicts in "Bleeding Kansas". Though the Civil War was supposed to be over whether the Union would be preserved or the country split in two with an independent southern nation, as well as economic factors including tariffs that The North reasonably put on manufactured goods made from their labor that the South bought since they wouldn't or couldn't make it themselves. By 1863, following the Union victories at the Battle of Perryville, Antietam, and Stones' River in Tennessee, the Emanicipation Proclamation was issued, though there were some exceptions with who would and would not be freed within it. Directly after the war's end, however, Radical Republicans had finally freed all of the slaves, and were now getting them their first Constitutional Amendment rights during the Reconstruction era (1865-1877). Sadly, following this era were Federal troops were forced to withdraw as part of the terms with a presidential election conceding deal that put Rutherford B. Hayes into office. As a result, these Constitutional civil rights were not recognized or respected again until the late 1950s, where, once again, the Republicans stepped up alongside the black civil rights activists to help OFFICIALLY get them the equal rights they desperately wanted (and needed) so badly. With President Johnson forced to sign the Civil Rights Act of 1964, finally granting blacks and everyone of other races their equal rights that would be protected and recognized by business owners, public places, and the government.
The Republican Party and abolitionists in North America and Europe did a lot to help end slavery during the 19th Century.

The Kentucky Yankee, proud UrbanDictionary user bringing you definitions about historical events, battles, and wars since August 2004.
by The Kentucky Yankee October 03, 2005
A city of around 315,000 in the southwestern edge of Ohio. It has a massive metropolitan population of over 2.1 million people covering Northern Kentucky and a large amount of southwestern Ohio. It is a very fine city; it is full of musuems, restaurants, shopping areas, sports stadiums, and is home to the World's first skyscrapers outside of Chicago and New York City, of who were first. Home to the Bengals (Pronounced 'BAIN-Guls) NFL Team and the Cincinnati Reds MLB Team, Cincinnati is also the only true conservative/Republican metropolis in the state of Ohio, I'm glad to say.
I love Cincinnati. I love it a lot.
by The Kentucky Yankee February 05, 2005
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