Mississippi Tree Emblem

1.a euphemism for people of african descent;often seen in true form in the south, you can find one after after hearing “we don’t like you’re kind around here boy” phrased in the direction of a black man.
get out of here you mississippi tree emblem before i give you a rope necktie and teach you how to fly!

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