Verb: To elucidate while dressed in stylish attire
Silky Johnson called the slave owner a honky which confused the slaves. He felt he must clarifly by saying, "Honky is a racial epithet used for white people. It was made popular by George Jefferson in the 1970's. You see he and his wife Weezy had a dry cleaning business so they moved on up to the east side, to a deluxe apartment in the sky. They finally got a piece of the pie. Convoluted story I'll admit. But the point is this, that in the future, all black people will be free!".
by Benny Dee Williams April 11, 2011

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