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Cooning is a verb derived from the word coon. A coon was/is a person of african decent whose sole purpose was/is to entertain white people. These 'coons' started out as wearing black face, characterized by haveing big eyes and painting big red lips on their face. These people would tap dance, play instruments and sing.

Modern day coons are blacks who play stereotypical roles and black entertainers that promote ignorance.

Cooning is someone is acting like a 'coon'.
(a is singing and dancing in public with white people watching)

b: Will you come on and stop cooning!

or

a: Look at Wayne Brady, he's always coonin..
dodane przez Ten10am marzec 30, 2006
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When a dark skinned person, particularly dark skinned women, are only interested or attracted to white or light skin men but never dark skin men. These women are typically not very good looking or at least wouldn't stand a chance of landing most white or lights but yet always seem obsessed with someone who has a considerably lighter complexion than them.
Cirso: Now that Georgina has finally found a white guy, she will forever be cooning, now dark skinned man has a chance with her.

Duante: Too bad, I would have torn that dark skinned pussy up. at least Ms. Higgins, is somewhat average looking and has perfect grill, can't say the same for other dark skins cooning like Karen, Moya, Anderson.
dodane przez DuanCulo aka Duante Amorculo grudzień 06, 2014
A person who is pretending to be black but isn't.
You seriously don't know what i'm talking about? Fine. Imagine a black guy, Now imagine him with white skin. There ya go, cooning.
dodane przez GoWestWasABandInThe80s marzec 07, 2015
Cooning (verb) - pronounced "coon-in" is an exclamation used by white people who take racism on the next level.

To behave as a very arrogant individual.

Being inappropriately loud and hostile in a quiet atmosphere.

Pretending to be ghetto and black as hell just to make fun of those who truly behave that way without thinking it is silly and wrong.

Lacking civility.

When white people use this term, they're deliberately using it to put down black people who are surrounding them.

White people utilize the word and substitute it for "chillen" or "hanging out" with other white people who are their friends.

White people describe a place, person, or thing when the subject fits the word.
Dude, hahahaha, that guy hanging out with Todd is really cooning.
dodane przez Baby Zeeeeeeeek sierpień 03, 2011
Acting like or in a manner becoming of a raccoon.

1) To swipe somthing or take without asking but usually with the intention to return it.

2) To act greedy and hoard somthing, usually not very valuable.

3) The act of cheating somone or tricking them out of a getting a service/object.

*Usually used in this manner by red necks or hillbillies
1) Bob: Uh Joe, weres my pencil?
Joe: Sam cooned it.

2) Bob: Hey! Joe's cooning all the potato chips.

3) Bob: Hey wait! Bill just cooned me out of a turn. (During a game)
dodane przez Bullseye Bill maj 13, 2008
When you dip your balls in chocolate or some sort of dark liquid and proceed to give someone Arabian goggles so their eyes look like a raccoons.
My girl friend yelled at me cuz i wouldent stop cooning her while she slept.

I just got a new can of black paint....dont make me coon you.
dodane przez Lando McClusk czerwiec 08, 2010
To have a fit in public, like a racoon would right after being captured. Racooning can include psychotic, happy, angry, and sad fits. The person racooning will most likely have crazy circled eyes and drool, when in an intense situation.
Person 1: You totally looked like a racoon, just captured, with the drool flying from your mouth, and your crazy ringed eyes, HAHA you were COONING!

Person 2: Was I really omg im so mortified.
dodane przez Igotscoons! kwiecień 30, 2010

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