Ghost_Rider1 wrote:Chrissy wrote:BTW
that was his saying. Does anyone know what it means? I do, he told me.
no. I have redneck in me by birth, but there is abssolutly NOTHING redneck about this van or my son at all. He has been differeent since hes been back. not bad, just different.
where i live is not redneck either, the man that you see with all the trees around his house, he is the only one in the area that has that. becaause he grew up here back when there was nothing. i love the guy, his garage is the most fabulous man cave ive ever seen. he has it deacked out with 2 60 inch flat screens and sports memorabbilia all over. very cool, had bar stool etcc, its just like going to a bar over there in his man cave.
ok here ya go lazyass since you didnt look it up.
Th word ZEF stems from an Afrikaans word, which roughly translates to the English word common. Jack Parow, in an interview, describes the movement as "kind of like posh, but the opposite of posh." It differs from the Australian term bogan, and the British term chav in that it is mostly a positive term for oneself, rather than a derogatory term for someone else. It is also not typical of the poorest classes of the society, but rather a mostly white, lower-middle class subculture, albeit one that glorifies cheap stuff. Yolandi Visser of Die Antwoord is quoted as saying, "It's associated with people who soup their cars up and rock gold and shit. Zef is, you're poor but you're fancy. You're poor but you're sexy, you've got style."