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Jive turkey was a derogatory slang word in African American Vernacular English, used to refer to someone who was unreliable, made empty promises, or who was full of bluste…r. The insult became widely known among white Americans in the 1970s, particularly via television comedies (e.g., The Jeffersons). The term has been used by later television characters (e.g., Homer Simpson) in order to demonstrate that they are out of touch with modern youth trends, culture, and language. Jive turkey, however, was already falling into disuse when it was spoken by supposedly "hip" characters in the 1970s, such as George Jefferson, and later in 2008 by Cornelius Banks (Tim Meadows) in the movie "Semi-Pro." The humorous/interesting sound of the term has also resulted in it being use in complimentary fashion, often by those who don't know what it means and so make up their own meaning. The term has also been translated to mean a white person who can dance. Turkey, being white meat, represents the white person. Jive is a form of dance.
Achy breaky heart by Billy Ray Cyrus It's time for the percolater by Cajmere Michael Jackson's mileastation song Just Beat It Benny And the Jets and any other song played by G…reg Schmitke Any of Xzibit's multiple platinum records... O' Canada To be continued..
Sheeeet, man, that honkey mus' be messin' my old lady got to be runnin' col' upsihd down his head! Hey Holm, I can dig it! You know he ain't gonna lay no mo' big rap upon yo…u man! I say hey sky, s'other say I won say I pray to J I get the same ol' same ol. Knock yourself a pro slick. Gray matter back got perform' us' down I take TCBin, man'. You know wha' they say: See a broad to get that bodiac lay'er down an' smack 'em yack 'em. Col' got to be! Yo! Sh010039et! Hope that helps. A more popular definition of "jive" means to "lie." A person "jive talking" to another person is simply lying to them. For example: "Don't you be jive'n me, fool!" This simply means "Don't lie to me."
First, you pat your two open plams on your thighs twice. Second, you clap your hands twice. Third, you take both hands plam down and swing one hand over the oth…er twice. Fourth, you make two fists and tap on top of the other twice. Last, you make a thumbs up and point behind you over your shoulders 1 time on each shoulder.
the jive originated from the rock and roll music in the 1950's!
That is the correct spelling of the word "jive" (jazz music, or to joke around).
Sincere, honest, truthful are all antonyms of "jive", when the word is not being used to with reference to jive dance, jive music, or the slang used by jazz musicians. Beyond …the musical reference, most people confuse "jive" with "jibe" and use it incorrectly. Used correctly you might say "This jive turkey tried to sell me the Brooklyn Bridge!" Incorrectly... "Your story just doesn't jive with the facts".
If you're doing 1950's rock and roll jive rather than modern jive, I can help you :) Something cool, and fitting rather than loose or too clingy. I find that it's best to wea…r something that can be tucked in and with freedom of movement because you don't want your belly on show :P My favourite thing to wear to jive in casually is a pair of fairly high waisted cropped jeans and a checked shirt, which i tuck in and wear a belt with. The loosely fitting shirt allows me to be cool but there's no excess fabric in the way to get caught on anything. So, tucking in, probably jeans and a loose shirt, and regarding shoes... if you're a guy then something like brothel creepers or even converse, and if you're a girl something with little grip on the sole and that's comfortable to jump around in! I wear women's black and white brogues, and find they're excellent for dancing in.
I can help you if you are doing 50's rock and roll swing jive dancing. If this question refers to modern jive I'm afraid it'll seem kinda stupid :P I'd say that the top 10 ro…ck and roll numbers to jive to are: 1. Johnny B. Goode - Chuck Berry 2. Rockin' Robin - The Jackson Five 3. Why - The Cues 4. She's the Most - The Five Keys 5. Please Mama Please - Go Cat Go 6. Bill Haley and the Bill Haley Comets - Birth of the Boogie 7. Swords of 1000 Men - Tenpole Tudor 8. Don't knock upon my door - Billy Fury 9. Love tattoo - Imelda May 10. Rock this Town - Stray Cats Hope I've been of some help!
It is a dance accosiated with rock and roll. It involves hand movements, obviously and claps.
i love to dance and sing to jive music all day long. i the jive music is a really good type of music. a lot of people in the world like to listen to jive music. jive is the na…me of my most favorite music.
a skin jive is a lump of skin in the shape of a musical instrument that actually works when you play it some jives are saxophones,guitars,violins,pianos,trumpets e.c.t
Absolutely, jive is a word. jive jīv/ nounnoun: jive; plural noun: jives; noun: jive talk; plural noun: jive talks 1. a lively style of dance popular especially in the 1940s… and 1950s, performed to swing music or rock and roll.swing music.a style of dance music popular in South Africa."township jive" 2. a form of slang associated with black American jazz musicians. North Americaninformala thing, especially talk, that is deceptive or worthless."a single image says more than any amount of blather and jive" verbverb: jive; 3rd person present: jives; past tense: jived; past participle: jived; gerund or present participle: jiving 1. perform the jive or a similar dance to popular music."people were jiving in the aisles" 2. North Americaninformaltaunt or sneer at."Willy kept jiving him until Jimmy left"talk nonsense."he wasn't jiving about that bartender" adjectiveNorth Americaninformaladjective: jive 1. deceitful or worthless.
No Jive was created in 1991-11.
Jive Jive was created on 1983-11-30.