Draxx Them Sklounst
Draxx them sklounst is a made up phrase from the comedy duo Key and Peele, shown in their Prepared for Terries skit, where they play two eccentric characters on a plane, ready to take down some terrorists.
“Draxx them sklounst” means something like “f- them up” or “blast them clowns” in their strange, terrifyingly childish dialect.
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The phrase can be heard in Key and Peele’s comedy skit, Prepared for Terries, which was uploaded to the YouTube channel of Comedy Central on July 10th, 2015.
Initially, Keegan-Michael Key says “draxx them up” but then the passenger he is talking to asks back on what he said, to which he slowly word “draxx them sklounst”.
The expression was highlighted in the end of the skit, in as the answer to the short quiz question.
Spread and Usage
Five days after the YouTube upload, the phrase was defined on Urban Dictionary, with a couple of other entries written on the expression.
The original video has over 26 million views as of Feburary 24th, 2021.
- Urban Dictionary – Draxx them sklounst