A manner of speaking commonly found in the dialect of those of anglo descent. Though distinct from ebonics, the general meaning of the two, that of a racial speech pattern, is the same.
Though Charles was accosted by a man inquiring how we was faring with 'Sup', Charles spoke nothing but pearlonics, forcing him to respond 'I am doing quite well, thank you.'
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