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“72%,” a new documentary from Moguldom Studios, tackles what is known as the baby mama epidemic among the African American community, exposing the startling statistic that 72% of Black children are now born to single mothers.According to a news release: The film investigates the effects that colonization and slavery have had on the black family unit, which was once solid and intact.

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Cameras follow one single mother of three as she changes hats from full-time employee to full-time caretaker in order to provide and care for her children on her own.Brasser (n): woman of ill repute, who charges but a brass coin for her services Brickin’ it (a): nervous to the point of soiling oneself Brilliant (a): great, best Brown Trout (n): excrement Brutal (a): terrible Bucket of snots (n): a ugly person Bucketing (v): raining very heavily Buckled (v): drunk Bucko (n): lad, player Bud (n): polite generic term when you’re chatting to someone Buff (n): another word for red-necks, although mostly used by red-necks to describe other red-necks living further out in the countryside, and likely to live on a farm up a mountain somewhere OR (a) naked Bushed (v): exhausted/knackered Business (n): shit – as in, ‘I have to do me business’ Business (n): cool – as in, ‘It’s the business’ when asked about a new film, for example.Buzzies (n)C Cacks (n): trousers – ‘I was laughing me cacks off’- I was laughing so hard my trousers fell down’ Or ‘ I wet me cacks’ it was so funny – I was so scared ‘I shit me cacks’. Caffler (n): arsehole, idiot, eejit Cake-hole (n): mouth or arsehole! “You’re some can of piss” Canary, nearly had a (n): had a fright Canted (v): kicked a football over a wall – “you canted the ball you fucking eejit” – as in you CANT get the ball back – the other side of the wall contains usually a big dog or some bollix who never gives you your football back Capper (n): a handicapped person Carpet muncher (n): lesbian Carry-on (n): argument, commotion Cassie (n): back yard Cat (a): no good, awful, very bad Cess, bad (n): Bad luck Cha (n): tea Chancer (n): dodgy/risky character Chav (n): Council housing and violent – someone who lives in an area that was populated by people kicked out of inner city slums Cheek (n): Disrespect Cheesed Off (a): angry, also Pissed Off Cheese on your chin (phr): your fly is open!Today’s media is inundated with stories of black single mothers, child support cases, and so-called “welfare queens.” The African-American community at large has clapped back at criticism from Don Lemon, Rush Limbaugh, Fox News reporter Ben Carson, and even Black leaders like Bill Cosby and President Barack Obama.72%provides a raw and analytical view of the media’s portrayal of this phenomenon in regards to African-American households.I’m not worried about that – Jude can do a decent American accent, and He’s figured out the meaning of life: “It’s about having a family around you and being yourself in that family and learning who you are through it. I think without children and family in your life, you’re not living. Or maybe the emphasis isn’t there anymore because there are other young, good-looking types coming along, and they’re probably more interesting to write about.

It’s a wonderful, vital element.” His research for The Young Pope: “I have great interest in faith and how faith evolves through different influences, but I had very little solid understanding of the Catholic faith. I read the history of the popes and the papal order. I love how age has such an influence on the job I do.

crisps Bags (n): messy job also means plenty Bake (n): face/mouth Baldy, as in “I haven’t got a baldy” (phr): I haven’t a clue Ball of shite (n): as in, my dad’s old car was a ball of shite Ball-bag (n): scrotum but used to mean total idiot Balls (n): to mess up, e.g. Several Irish soldiers killed by them in the early 1960s Banger (n): old car Bang on (a): perfectly correct Banjaxed (a): broken, no good Bap (n): bread bun Barm brack (n): cake eaten at holloween, from gaelic bareen brack = a feckled cake Barrelling (v): rushing around (with purpose?

I made a balls of that job Balls (n): male genitalia Baluba (n): “stop acting like a Baluba”. ) Baths (n): public swimming pool Battle cruiser (n): the pub; rhymes with boozer.

Then those damn misogynists ruin their fun by pointing out that puberty exists.

Broken homes in the Black community are a surprise to no one, but few probably know just how broken our families really are.

Article (n): a woman, usually half in jest Artist, government (n): person ‘drawing’ the dole [social security] Ask me arse/bollocks; go and shite; eff off and don’t be annoying me (phr): general ways of telling someone to shut up As rough as a bear’s arse As scarce as hen’s teeth As sharp as a beach ball As sick as a small hospital As small as a mouse’s diddy As thick as two short planks As useful as a lighthouse on a bog As useful as a cigarette lighter on a motorbike As useless as a chocolate teapot As useless as tits on a bull As weak as a salmon in a sandpit – (hungry) At it (v): making love Aubergine (n): brinjal, egg plant Aul Man or Fella (n): father Aul Wan (n): mother Aussie kiss (n): cunnilingus /similar to a French Kiss, but given down under Away with ye / away on / Aye right (phr): I don`t really believe you.